ONLINE: Advantage Workshop – How To Get Your Funding Application Shortlisted
This online workshop, presented by the Research Innovation Office at the University of Guelph, introduces research teams to tools that will clearly communicate the potential impact of their work and enable them to write value-focused grant applications. Teams will also discover how clear communication and persuasive value propositions can mobilize teams and external partners more
ONLINE: Creating an Accessible and Engaging Online Learning Experience Webinar
Accessibility Conference Webinar Lifelong researcher and writer Paul Benson will draw on real learning experiences to present an informative session that provides instructors and course designers with suggestions on how to design and deliver online courses that supports the learning of diverse groups of students.
ONLINE: Poverty and Housing From the Margins – Communities Respond to COVID-19 Webinar
U of G's Live Work Well Research Centre is committed to anticipating and responding to the changing needs of families, livelihoods and living environments through research, teaching and knowledge sharing. On June 25 from 11 a.m. to noon (EST) the Live Work Well Research Centre will host a free webinar discussing the impacts of the
ONLINE: Finding and Using OERs in the Classroom – Arts and Humanities
Looking to incorporate open educational resources (OERs) into your courses? The library is offering discipline-specific workshops focused on finding and using OERs in your classroom. OERs are educational materials (including textbooks, modules, streaming media, simulations and much more) that are an exciting alternative to commercially published textbooks and other course materials. OERs are not only
ONLINE: Can the COVID-19 crisis guide India towards an equitable, robust health system?
The Canada India Research Centre for Learning and Engagement presents: Can the COVID-19 crisis guide India towards an equitable, robust health system? The coronavirus pandemic and the extended lockdown have hit India hard. The country has struggled to scale-up testing and deliver care in both public and private sectors. In this webinar, the speakers will
ONLINE: Open Scholarship Series – Using Open Data in Your Research
This workshop will explore the benefits of incorporating existing open data into your research. We will pay particular attention to finding, evaluating and uploading open data. We will also discuss how the library can support you to ingest, transform and analyze open data, as well as some of the other supports available to researchers at
ONLINE: UN International Day of Yoga
Celebrate UN International Day of Yoga - Tuesday, June 23 - Live music for harmony and peace 2020 Theme: Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family Everyone – faculty, staff, students, alumni, retirees, visiting scholars – welcome! No experience required. Take part in this fun online event with live music performed by a popular local
ONLINE: Ask The Naturalist Virtual Event
Join us for "Ask the Nat", with Arboretum Naturalist, Chris Earley! Ask your nature and wildlife related questions in the free one-hour live session on Zoom. Register online. Email questions to email@example.com.
ONLINE: Introduction to Publishing Your Own Open Access Journal
This workshop will provide an overview of the library's open access journal publishing platform (OJS). For anyone considering starting a new journal or possibly moving a print journal online, this workshop will give you an introduction to what is involved and the ways that the library will support your initiative.
ONLINE: Finding and Using OERs in the Classroom: The Sciences
Looking to incorporate open educational resources (OERs) into your courses? The library is hosting discipline-specific workshops focused on finding and using these materials for your class. OERs are educational materials (including textbooks, modules, streaming media, simulations and much more) that are an exciting alternative to commercially published textbooks and other course materials. OERs are not
ONLINE: Open Scholarship Series – Open Access, Open Data and the Tri-Agencies
Open Access, Open Data, and the Tri-Agencies will explore the benefits of open access and open data, generally and in our context here at the University of Guelph. We will pay particular attention to the open access and open data requirements of the Tri-Agencies (NSERC, CIHR, SSHRC) responsible for much of the research funding at
ONLINE: Presentation Boot Camp
Strengthen your confidence and effectiveness in academic presentations by attending Presentation Boot Camp Online! This workshop series includes sessions for students who would like to learn more about presentation skills and strategies to use in academic settings. Attendees will learn and practice strategies to improve their presentation skills in academic settings such as thesis defenses,
ONLINE: 2020 Gryphon’s LAAIR Pitch Competition
The Research Innovation Office at the University of Guelph (U of G) is pleased to invite you to celebrate innovators who are putting knowledge into action in ways that have a real-world impact! The competition has three objectives: Share with the campus community, OMAFRA, our partners and the public the real-world impact U of G
ONLINE: Leading Through Crisis – Sustainability Beyond COVID-19
In the face of unprecedented disruptions to business continuity due to COVID-19, business and organizational leaders are coping with extraordinary uncertainties. To help guide you through these turbulent times, the Guelph Chamber of Commerce and the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics present Leading Through Crisis - a free webinar series. The sixth
ONLINE: Live Classical Yoga and MeditationONLINE Ontario
Everyone welcome: faculty, staff, students, alumni and retirees. No experience required. To inspire you, we at the Classical Yoga for Total Health and Awareness program at U of G offer relevant yoga asana (physical postures), pranayama (breath control), meditation, relaxation and lifestyle practices to help you find a center of calm in the storm for
ONLINE: Virtual Spring Academic Open House
Our virtual Spring Academic Open House is for students who have received an offer of admission to the University of Guelph. Join us online to attend program information sessions, chat with academic and student service representatives and learn more about why the University of Guelph is the right fit for you! Visit our virtual Spring
ONLINE: Arboretum “Ask the Nat” Virtual Event
Join us for "Ask the Nat", with Arboretum naturalist, Chris Earley! Ask your nature and wildlife questions in this free one-hour live session on Zoom. Sign up on our registration page. Once you register you will receive a confirmation e-mail with the details on how to join the virtual event on Friday morning.
ONLINE: Afrobarometer Research
Afrobarometer Research: Methodology and Field Survey Technicalities in Africa Good quality data is essential for policy making and governance. GIDS visiting fellow Winnie Mitullah will explain how surveys conducted in over 35 African countries by Afrobarometer – a pan-African, non-partisan organization that measures the attitudes and perspectives of ordinary citizens – are helping legitimize public
ONLINE: Academic Startup Founders and Senior Leaders: How to Sell More by Aligning Your Business Profile with Your Target Audience
U of G's Research Innovation Office presents "How to Sell More by Aligning Your Business Profile with Your Target Audience" As a startup founder, senior leader and academic, you are likely not just the public face of your company but also a subject matter expert with an informed opinion. Your business profile, especially online, reflects
WEBINAR: Leading Through Crisis – Leading with Purpose
In the face of unprecedented disruptions to business continuity due to COVID-19, business and organizational leaders are coping with extraordinary uncertainties ranging from leading teams, managing risk, and strategic planning. To help guide you through these turbulent times, the Guelph Chamber of Commerce and the Lang School present Leading Through Crisis - a free webinar