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The LTO is the leader in learning and teaching at Ryerson. As the primary support for the teaching community at Ryerson, the LTO fosters a culture of excellence and innovation in teaching, working to continually enhance student learning across the university. Read more about the LTO.

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Teaching about Diversity Fund

The Provost’s office has created a fund enabling instructors to develop new courses, infuse equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) into existing courses, support research and conference attendance on molding an EDI sensitive curriculum, support workshops and training on EDI, and invent innovative ways to reach our students. The Call for Proposals is now open. Submissions are due March 10th, 2017.

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Learning & Teaching Conference

The first priority in Ryerson's Academic Plan is to enable greater student engagement and success through exceptional experiences. This underlies Ryerson’s commitment to providing students with superior programs and learning opportunities extending beyond the classroom, lab, and lecture hall. The theme of this year's Learning & Teaching Conference is RU Engaged! Teaching, Learning and the Student Experience. The Call for Proposals is now open. Submissions are due March 31st.

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Check out our latest issues of Best Practices. Do you have any thoughts, suggestions, or best practices that you would like to see appear in these newsletters? Let us know!

Best Practices, March: Providing Feedback to Students

Best Practices, April: Mental Wellbeing in the Classroom

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