These groups will explore topics according to the community members’ interests. Each community will be a place for dialogue, sharing of resources and ideas, grappling with difficult topics, and exploring new ways of thinking, learning, and doing. You can join one (or more!) below.

Academic Integrity

This community of practice will provide an informal opportunity for interested faculty and staff to share knowledge, experiences, and ideas that support academic integrity in our learning settings.

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EdTech Tools

The purpose of this CoP is to provide all community members with the space and opportunity to develop their awareness, strategies, and practice related to educational technology (EdTech) within online, face-to-face, and hybrid learning environments. Members of this group will engage in discussions and share examples of integrated practice and theory from both internal and external experiences involving EdTech.

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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

The EDI Community of Practice is a forum for critical discussion, exploration, implementation, and review of teaching and learning strategies aimed at increasing equity, inclusion and belonging in the classroom to reduce systemic inequities and their impact on the student in the classroom.

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International Graduate School (by invitation only)

Teaching at Humber’s new International Graduate School this year? This group will share ideas and resources and develop strategies to support the vision of learner-centered, inter-disciplinary, project-based learning that incorporates work-integrated learning in new and exciting ways.

Math & Research

Interested in an opportunity to connect with likeminded faculty? Join us online to share ideas, best practices, and talk about innovations. Be a part of a collaborative community supporting student achievement. This community of practice is hosted by math and research faculty, but all interested faculty are welcome to attend. 

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Part-time, Partial-load, & Sessional Faculty

Looking to connect with colleagues to chat about teaching and learning strategies and ideas? Have an issue in the classroom that you’re looking to tackle? This group is for all contract faculty to connect with one another, network, and share ideas resources and ideas. All are warmly welcomed.

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Program Coordinators

The Program Coordinator Community of Practice provides the opportunity for new and experienced Program Coordinators to exchange ideas, approaches and advice. It is also a chance for program coordinators to learn collaboratively about best practices in their work promoting and supporting faculty and students.

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Scholars’ Café

SoTL’s Community of Practice focuses on how we first learn and what we do with that knowledge to increase expertise (scholarship). Ever wonder whether mindfulness exercises can help your students? Skeptical about the latest ideas of gamification in the classroom? What does the research say? This community will explore the teaching and learning research world, to support evidence-informed teaching practices. It’s like a book club, but for journal articles. All are welcome!

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Sustainability Champions

This community of practice is for faculty to come together to share ideas of how to incorporate sustainability (one of the Humber Learning Outcomes mindsets) into their curriculum and teaching practices. Do you connect your course content to the interconnectedness of all things, multiple perspectives, and/or teach the impact of an action has on the surrounding environment or community? Have you taught using the Sustainable Development Goals? Have you taught classes outdoors? Are you interested in hearing from others who have done these things? You don’t need to be a sustainability expert – we want to hear your ideas and experiences.

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Universal Design for Learning

Humber is committed to creating learning experiences that are safe, welcoming and accessible to all learners. As educators, we strive to provide students with meaningful and relevant opportunities to explore their coursework, engage in the learning process, and demonstrate their knowledge. This group will explore all things ‘UDL’, from assessment ideas and activities to tech tools to support UDL approaches.

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