2015 Symposium



Following the Kesarwani conference, the first TLSS Symposium, “Perspective”, was held on May 21, 2015.

This symposium addressed a current topic of interest at the University – Blended Learning and Teaching.

While the Kesarwani lecture featured Dr. Jeanette Norden, “Perspective” was a forum which put emphasis on various professors who speak about their experience of blended courses. These guest speakers include Hassan Aoude, Claire IsaBelle, Vincent Caron, Matthew Kerby, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Elizabeth Marshman, Colin Montpetit, all from the University of Ottawa.

The Symposium will conclude with a lecture by Michael Power, a distinguished guest from Université Laval, who addressed decentralization strategies in higher education and the choice of bimodal universities.