On this page, we explore strategies for design of authentic and motivating learning experiences through the Research Opportunity Program (ROP) and other research-intensive course contexts in a remote setting. The webinar shared below shares insights for ensuring effective research-intensive remote/online courses in STEM and humanities disciplines. The resources and webinar also highlight the importance of student support, fostering social presence, and building the scaffolding for successful outcomes.
- Dr. Laurie Harrison, Director, Online Learning Strategies
- Professor Dawn Kilkenny, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Institute for Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
- Professor Shafique Virani, Associate Professor, Department of Historical Studies, University of Toronto Mississauga
Recording of Webinar
Below is a video recording of the webinar session.
You can download a .pdf version of the slides here.
Download and/or access other resources discussed in this session below:
U of T white paper on increasing impact through experiential, work-integrated, and community-engaged learning.
Faculty of Arts and Science research opportunities including Research Opportunity Program (ROP)
Homepage for University of Toronto Mississauga’s Research Opportunity Program
Twitter feed for University of Toronto Engineering Research Conference (UTERC) virtual postering session