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2024 University of Toronto Teaching and Learning Symposium: What is a Classroom?

May 22 @ 8:30 am - May 23 @ 5:00 pm EDT


May 22 @ 8:30 am EDT
May 23 @ 5:00 pm EDT
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What is a Classroom?
May 22, 2024 (online)
May 23, 2024 (in-person)
Day 2 (May 23) will be held at Rotman School of Management, 105 St. George Street

Please note: When entering the Rotman building, be advised that only the main North-West entrance is open. All other doors remain closed. For directional support, look for TLS volunteers in blue vests.

To review session descriptions, scroll down to TIMETABLE and select individual sessions or go to the TLS2024 site for full agenda.

You can review your selected sessions here by scrolling down and clicking the MY SESSIONS tab. You can change or update your session on this tab, as well. 

Or you can visit the TLS2024 site to view your timetable (you will need to log in to the TLS site using your UTORid before this tab is visible).

Registration closed on May 8th

If you have any questions about TLS2024, please contact tls@utoronto.ca.

Day 2 (May 23) Lunch
Note: Lunch takes place between 11:45am-12:45pm

We are excited to present one day of TLS2024 in person on May 23rd and look forward to sharing a meal with all who can attend. To ensure we have the correct numbers, registration for lunch is required

If you are no longer able to attend lunch, please let us know by April 26. You can un-register for lunch on the event registration page or notify tls@utoronto.ca. We appreciate your assistance in limiting waste at this event.

We understand access to be a shared responsibility between everyone in the space, both physical and virtual.  We will strive to create an accessible space that reduces the need for you to disclose a disability or impairment for the purposes of gaining an accommodation; however, you can let us know in advance anything we can do to ensure the best possible experience for you when you register. In doing this together, we strive to welcome diversity, and the change it brings, in our space.

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