Presentation Gallery

This year’s unique format means that participants will be able to engage with content in non-traditional ways. In addition to live sessions, registration gives you unlimited access to pre-recorded sessions available on demand in the online presentation gallery!

TrackSession
Driving Innovation

Arts, design and technology: Making interdisciplinary partnerships work across sectors (E) (DI.2)

Sheridan College has long been recognized for its expertise and reputation in the creative and performing arts, but now, this expertise also contributes to a vibrant, interdisciplinary culture of research... Read More
Hacking Education

More than Connectivity: Challenges in bringing Online Learning to Rural and Remote Learners (E)

Beyond connectivity, some of the issues we’ve encountered in supporting rural and remote students are surprising and have forced us to reevaluate the learning program. The rural vs urban framework... Read More
Hacking Education

Supporting Indigenization in Health & Human Services Education (E)

At Camosun College, our commitment to truth and reconciliation through Indigenization has been recognized nationally. Indigenization means the world views of Indigenous students are reflected in the curriculum and non-Indigenous... Read More
Driving Innovation

Innovation of Food Infrastructure (E) (DI.1)

Our food system is changing. There’s increasing demand for higher nutritious value products and demand for clearer guidance towards our health as adult food consumers. The government of Canada has... Read More
Driving Innovation

Developing Entrepreneurs in a Real-World Environment (E) (DI.4)

Businesses continue to evolve, never more so than in today’s disruptive eco-social environment. The challenge for business colleges is to adapt and maintain relevance to students entering a new-world, with... Read More
Hacking Education

A PANDEMIC. A New Way of TEACHING. A New Way of LEARNING (E) (HE.9)

In many cases, the teachers became the students this past year, when education and technology became the trend in all disciplines. Yet how can we teach concepts that are perhaps... Read More
Hacking Education

Implementing a Ludic Pedagogy: Making Courses more Fun than they Sound (E) (HE.7)

This presentation introduces the practice of “ludic pedagogy.” Each of the four pillars of ludic pedagogy – play, fun, playfulness, and humour – will be described and validated using existing... Read More
Driving Innovation

“Navigating Applied Research in Uncertain Times: Methods to Survive and Thrive” (E) (DI.5)

This year has brought significant uphill battles for College collaborative research operations. This is due to shutdowns, restarts, shifting college operations in general, company and employee hardships, COVID restrictions and... Read More
Hacking Education

Pivoting to Digital Delivery of Course Materials (E) (HE.17)

In response to the COVID-19 situation, the SFU community has had to embrace remote operations across our academic departments and university community. With continuing concerns about limited publisher supply, compliance... Read More
Going Global

Connecting the Global to the Local with the Student Refugee Program (E) (GG.3)

This session will showcase the Student Refugee Program (SRP) sponsorship model with the goal of inspiring colleges and universities to get involved in refugee sponsorship and help provide more durable... Read More
Hacking Education

Reimagine Higher Education (E) (HE.5)

Predicting the future is impossible – but seeing the future coming or, put another way, tracking signs of possible futures as they arise, is the work of Reimagine Higher Education.... Read More
Wiring for Student Success

“The Engagement Landscape at NorQuest International” (E) (WSS.3)

For most of us, a global pandemic is something we never expect to experience in our lifetime. To help international students navigate such a crisis in a new academic and... Read More
Going Global

Establishing Innovation and Applied Research Hubs in Kenya During a Global Pandemic (E) (GG.1)

In early 2020 George Brown College initiated a project to support the development of Applied Research and Innovation hubs at four Kenyan TVET institutions. We had a well-defined plan, guided... Read More
Hacking Education

An Innovative Approach to Nursing Education in a Pandemic (E) (HE.8)

The COVID-19 pandemic mandated change in the delivery of education in our remote school of nursing. Clinical practice sites could no longer accommodate the same number of students and community... Read More
Going Global

Working together to support the outbound mobility of Canadian youth (E) (GG.4)

Even though there are travel restrictions in place, Canadian students are still thinking about and seeking future opportunities for work-integrated learning abroad. International Experience Canada, a program of the Government... Read More
Hacking Education

Promoting Life-long Learning from Top to Bottom and Everywhere In-Between (E) (HE.12)

NorQuest College is known in the Edmonton region for our tagline #differencemakers, and beginning in 2020, our Continuing Education team focused specific attention on making a difference to life-long learning... Read More
Going Global

Growing Together: How Data and Partnerships Will Drive Global Growth in 2021 for International Education (E) (GG.2)

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic and the international education sector continues to feel the impact of this unprecedented crisis. In 2020, educational institutions, recruitment partners, and students had to... Read More
Wiring for Student Success

How Much Stress Hurts? – International Students, Mental Health, and Potential Impact on Services and Communities (E) (WSS.5)

As international educators, we strive to create inclusive and supportive services to assist students to settle and thrive in their new environments and learning spaces. Yet how do we ensure... Read More
Hacking Education

Spicing up Education, Recipe for a College Wide Competency Model (E) (HE.3)

Learn the recipe to creating a college wide core competency model. Amid the buzz surrounding the current skills gap and lack of “employability” skills seen in job seekers— specifically, recent... Read More
Hacking Education

Equipping our Students for Success: Industry-Educator Collaboration for Professional Skills (E) (HE.2)

When students or new graduates struggle in the workplace, it’s usually not for a lack of technical skills: it’s because they’re missing the key non-technical skills needed to perform their... Read More
Wiring for Student Success

Culturally Responsive Student Success Routes: Fostering Relationships to Create Inclusive Post-Secondary Learning Environments (E) (WSS.2)

Entering post-secondary education can be a difficult transition for students under the best circumstances. When social, economic, and cultural disadvantages are also a part of the equation, one’s ability to... Read More
Governing Excellence

Creating Cohesion in a Decentralized Environment (E) (GE.7)

Institutional brand and reputation are no longer the sole responsibility of any single team - the entire campus has a role to play. So how do you make sure everyone... Read More
Wiring for Student Success

Indigenous Virtual Learning Basket – Support, Connect & Thrive (E) (WSS.1)

Connecting Learning Management Systems and each other to support Indigenous students to thrive in a virtual learning environment. Encouraging/promoting Indigenous student success in a virtual learning environment through connection, grounding,... Read More
Hacking Education

Re-imagining the Future of Learning through Technology and Innovation (E) (HE.6)

Over the last 20 years since the conception of the World Wide Web, there have been dramatic advancements in technology globally. Yet, despite the significant advancements higher education has continued... Read More
Embodying Sustainability

The Olds College Smart Agriculture Ecosystem: Driving Innovation in the Agri-Food Sector (E) (ES.1)

The Olds College Smart Farm is at the heart of the Smart Ag Ecosystem at Olds College. Launched in the summer of 2018 on a 100-acre parcel of land, it... Read More
Hacking Education

Micro-Certifications in City School: Building the Future of Education (E) (HE.4)

City School by Mohawk was created to address poverty through education for underserved communities in and around Hamilton, Ontario. City School serves individuals facing barriers to education and employment by... Read More
Hacking Education

Integrating iVR in Higher Education (E) (HE.11)

Immersive virtual reality (iVR) has tremendous potential for experiential learning in higher education. One of the challenges of remote teaching is providing context and hands-on learning. In iVR, students become... Read More
Hacking Education

Centres for Teaching and Learning: High Impact Agents of Change (E) (HE.16)

As societal trends and issues continue to add tension to both the functional and cultural aspects of colleges and universities, terms such as 'innovation' and 'transformation' have become common threads... Read More
Hacking Education

Finding Solutions to the Challenges of the Pandemic: Lessons Learned from the Inno-V Project (F) (HE.15)

Combine design thinking techniques, the Miro software, the Hopin platform, coaching skills, participants from different backgrounds, three judges and seven hours of creativity and you have the perfect recipe to... Read More
Hacking Education

An @Home Spin on an @Guatemala project: How Durham College turned an International Classroom Experience into a Sustainable Global Learning Opportunity from Home (E) (HE.10)

COVID-19 robbed post-secondary students of many co-curricular opportunities in 2020-21, among them participation in international learning projects abroad. Durham College has taken a unique approach to meeting this challenge through... Read More
Wiring for Student Success

Connecting students with People who Care(er): Post-secondary professionals as ‘Everyday Career Influencers’ (E) (WSS.4)

While students have cited enhancing career prospects and career advancements as a major motivation behind pursuing post-secondary education, numerous studies have found that students rarely visit their university or college... Read More
Hacking Education

It takes a Village to Change the Way we Think about Learning. An Invitation to Explore Fanshawe’s Innovation Village (E) (HE.1)

The workforce is ever-changing, and it is our responsibility as educators, to ensure students are prepared to meet the needs of employers. Fanshawe, having recognized the need to establish a... Read More
Driving Innovation

College Research – Innovative Platform for Local Government (E) (DI.3)

Lambton College's Research & Innovation department has provided access to Research and Development support to their local governments, enhancing their ability to address local challenges and implement new ideas. Municipalities,... Read More