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Migration and Multiculturalism: Global Challenge, Canadian Experience

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University is launching a repository of external,open educational resources as an initiative to provide access to education to a wide variety of learners.  Ryerson University’s Library, Archives and Special Collections houses a collection of audio recorded interviews with prominent Canadians. These materials were originally offered as part of print/audio distance education courses through CJRT-FM and Open College, which were accredited by Ryerson University.

In celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary and in recognition of the importance of diversity as a fundamental Canadian value, external,Digital Education Strategies at The Chang School is pleased to present an inaugural OER.

 

Visit the external,Open Education Resource (OER) site and explore.

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Young Indigenous Woman

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New Canadians taking the citizenship oath

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Ryerson hosts citizenship oath ceremony.

Message from the President

An anniversary as significant as 150 years deserves a special celebration, particularly when it is for a country recognized around the world for its diversity, inclusiveness and commitment to equality and justice. Ryerson is proud to present a wide range of activities and events that illuminate the past and look enthusiastically to a future filled with promise for our Canada.

Mohamed Lachemi, President, Ryerson University