Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Identifying trends and supports for students with autism spectrum disorder transitioning into postsecondary

Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): Autistic children - Education - Ontario, College attendance - Ontario, Universities and colleges - Ontario - Admission, Postsecondary education - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: June 15, 2010.

Impact of sheltered ESL support programming on student engagement and academic performance at OCAD University

Subject(s): Limited English-proficient students - Services for - Ontario, English language - Study and teaching as a second language (Higher) - Ontario, English language - Study and teaching (Higher) - Ontario - Foreign speakers. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: July 24, 2012.

Implementing engagement improvements through targeted interventions

'final report of the Implementing Engagement Improvements Through Targeted Interventions project.'--P. 3. Includes bibliographical references. Subject(s): College students - Attitudes, Educational surveys - Ontario, Universities and colleges - Ontario - Evaluation, Student activities - Ontario. Archived by the Ontario Legislative Library: July 13, 2010.

Information literacy competency standards for students

Includes bibliographical references. 'This research project was a two-year study that measured the effectiveness of information literacy models delivered to a sample of convenience, yielding 503 students in college diploma, college applied degree, collaborative degree, and university undergraduate programs at Georgian College, located in Barrie, Ontario. The project differentiates between four information literacy delivery models (Course-based, Embedded, Common Hour, and Online Tutorial) in order to identify best practices to organizations of different nature, size, and scope.

Information literacy competency standards for students. Appendices.

Includes bibliographical references. 'This research project was a two-year study that measured the effectiveness of information literacy models delivered to a sample of convenience, yielding 503 students in college diploma, college applied degree, collaborative degree, and university undergraduate programs at Georgian College, located in Barrie, Ontario. The project differentiates between four information literacy delivery models (Course-based, Embedded, Common Hour, and Online Tutorial) in order to identify best practices to organizations of different nature, size, and scope.

Large first-year course re-design to promote student engagement and student learning

Includes appendices. Includes bibliographical references. 'This paper presents the findings of a research study on a complete course re-design of a large first-year class, which changed the learning environment and reduced boundaries to allow for more meaningful student engagement and improved student learning. The specific purpose of this study was to determine if a blended course design can increase student engagement and influence students' approach to learning in a large first-year course'--Executive summary.

Large first-year course re-design to promote student engagement and student learning. Appendix.

Includes appendices. Includes bibliographical references. 'This paper presents the findings of a research study on a complete course re-design of a large first-year class, which changed the learning environment and reduced boundaries to allow for more meaningful student engagement and improved student learning. The specific purpose of this study was to determine if a blended course design can increase student engagement and influence students' approach to learning in a large first-year course'--Executive summary.

Linguistic heterogeneity and non-traditional pathways to postsecondary education in Ontario

Includes bibliographical references. 'This report discusses the evolution of various efforts made by the institution to better understand the challenges faced by francophone students. In particular, we are concerned with those students coming from communities across Ontario where the French language is in a minority context and is often minoritized to various degrees'--Executive summary. Subject(s): College students - Ontario, Linquistic minorities - Education (Higher) - Ontario, Canadians, French speaking - Education (Higher) - Ontario, Canadians, French speaking - Ontario.

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