Are you thinking of a proposing a new Learning Community for the coming academic year?

  1. The first step is to contact the appropriate LC lead(s) to discuss the feasibility of your project idea and the make-up of your teaching team.
    • General Education and Certificates: Patricia Romano
    • Social Science: Lisa Steffen
    • Science: Jean-François Brière and Annie-Hélène Samson

New projects can be supported in one of three ways:

    • A department or program project supported by release
    • Participation in a guided two-day LC course development bootcamp
    • Autonomous project development supported by the LC design toolkit and consultations with LC leads

Your conversation with your sector LC lead will clarify which option is best suited to your idea.

2. Next, complete the LC New Project Proposal Form and submit to the relevant LC lead. A familiarity with the Concise Toolkit 3.0 and the LC-Team-Teaching-Formats-F23 will assist you in successfully completing the form.

3. Submit the completed form to the appropriate LC lead by the end of the third week of January (this deadline will be specified in D News and here in our LC News). Approvals will be communicated well before the submission of scheduling plans in March.

Any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Learning Communities coordinator Ian MacKenzie.

Last Modified: March 10, 2023