Are you instructing a course at the University of Waterloo this fall?
Looking for ways to spice up your students’ engagement in your course material?
You might like to learn more about an upcoming research project by the Waterloo Institute for Social Innovation and Resilience (WISIR). Funded by a Learning Innovation and Teaching Enhancement (LITE) Grant (administered by the Centre for Teaching Excellence and the Associate Vice-President, Academic’s Office), WISIR will run a transdisciplinary, participatory lab in which students and researchers from across faculties work with community stakeholders on a ‘wicked problem’ to prototype and test system-changing solutions.
Join our information session on June 23 at 12pm EDT. Discover more about our research questions, delivery model, learning platform, and provide feedback with Principal Investigator Sean Geobey and WISIR’s Innovation Lab Manager Meg Ronson.