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    Celebrating Teaching Excellence

    The 17th Annual Celebration of Teaching Excellence will be celebrated on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. in the Alumni Auditorium. View a list of award winners or RSVP to the event.

    Cole Pauls

    Cole Pauls, Visiting Fellow

    Cole Pauls is a Tahltan comic artist, illustrator and printmaker. Co-sponsored as Writer-in-Residence, with the Department of English and Creative Writing, he will here as a Visiting Fellow from Jan. 17 - Feb. 18, 2023. Both Cole and the CTL staff are glad to have the opportunity to exchange ideas and strategies and to learn from one another. Read more about Cole.

    GATA Awards - Call for nominations

    GA/TA Awards - Call for Nominations

    The CTL is calling for nominations for the GA/TA Awards for Educational Practice and the GA/TA Award for Educational Leadership (up to two will be awarded for each award) recognizing contributions that graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants make to the University of Windsor’s learning environment. For more information, visit the GATA Awards Call for Nominations page.

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    New Text Similarity (Plagiarism) Checker

    Turnitin has been selected as the replacement for SafeAssign, the University of Windsor’s text similarity (plagiarism) checker. It is available for use in the Assignments tool of Brightspace. To learn how to use Turnitin Originality and Turnitin Feedback Studio, view the introductory workshop recording and other help documents at the bottom of the Instructor How To page.


  1. Teaching and Learning Series

    The right information for the job: Teaching students to find and assess information

    Instructors: Scott Cowan, Dave Johnston & Adam Mulcaster
    Schedule: Thursday, February 9, 2023, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
    Location: CTL 1232/1233 (700 California)
    Students’ library experience is an important part of their university experience and one that prepares them to be information literate for the future. In this session, we will discuss teaching information literacy skills, and meeting student information needs by providing appropriate strategies to find and assess resources.

    Sharing stories with mini zines

    Instructor: Cole Pauls
    Delivered online: Friday, February 10, 2023, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
    Zines are an incredibly powerful method of telling stories that can be used across the curriculum as a vehicle for students to communicate their learning, share their ideas, and express themselves. In this workshop, you will learn how to create a one page foldable mini zine with comic artist Cole Pauls. What you will need: one 8.5x11” sheet of paper, pencil, pens & scissors!

    Pulling Together: A Guide for Curriculum Developers

    Pulling Together: A Guide for Curriculum Developers

    Instructor: Jaimie Kechego
    Delivered Online: February 14 – March 21, 2023, Tuesdays, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
    The journey to Indigenize curriculum fosters self-development. Whether you are an Indigenous or non-Indigenous person, through this journey you will gain insight into your own culture and background, privileges, or oppressions that have affected your life, and you will identify biases or gaps in your knowledge. You will question the pervasive dominance of Western epistemologies, pedagogies, and resources within curriculum, and make space for including Indigenous ways of being that can benefit all learners. You will engage in the emotional work of confronting the trauma of colonization and building stronger relationships with Indigenous people and communities, and actively participate in the hands-on work of revising your curriculum and pedagogical approaches. And finally, you will reflect upon your own agency in regard to Indigenization and take action toward systemic change in your institution.