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Co-Director, Social Economy Centre
Volunteers Count is a program that helps an organization track its volunteer contributions and estimate their value. It then generates reports that can be used internally by the organization to understand aspects of volunteer management, or externally to report to funders, donors and members, as the organization sees fit.
Canada Research Chair in Education and Technology
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Piloting or In Development
Language as Resource
Canada Research Chair in Language Learning and Literacy Development in Multilingual Contexts
A portal for print and video resources, project descriptions, and relevant links related to mobilizing multilingual students’ language skills and talents as personal and cognitive tools. The site will integrate resources from several existing sites, such as ESL Infusion, within a single design. A content management system has been developed by the Education Commons that enables team members to maintain and update this dynamic website as necessary.
Status: In development
Urban School Performances
Canada Research Chair in Theatre, Youth and Research in Urban Schools
Urban School Performances is an international research project that examines how the relationships among culture, identity, multicultural/equity policies, and student engagement have an impact on the lives of youth in schools and communities traditionally labeled ‘disadvantaged’ in the cities of Toronto, (Canada), Kaoshiung (Taiwan), Lucknow (India), and New York City (USA).
Status: Currently in development
EC Online Portal
Canada Research Chair in Life Career Development
A single starting point for e-services available to the OISE Community (faculty, staff and students).
UTORid sign-on provides access to a range of EC web services and tools, research tools, academic and administrative services, such as Faculty Profiles, Connect 2 Create (C2C), OISEcms, Event calendars, Homespace, T-Space and Research Projects.
Status: Currently piloting in CTL