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- Emily Roffey’s emotions were apparent as she recounted the acceptance demonstrated by “Mr. A.” – otherwise known as Jim Alexander, a teacher at Oak Park High School whose theatre program both inspired Roffey and changed her life. “It was the […]
- Looking for help in preparing for your Winter Term 2021 online final exams? Check out The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning’s Final Exams: Help support and extended hours webpage. Here you will find information on: Extended Service […]
- When the University of Manitoba switched to online learning at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, students needed to adapt to a new way of taking classes, writing exams and building connections with fellow students. Faculty and staff needed to […]
As leaders in education, academic staff at the University of Manitoba make commitments to uphold the six fundamental values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage (International Centre for Academic Integrity) and to model these values to students at every stage in their academic careers. Read more to discover ways to encourage academic integrity and prevent academic misconduct at the University of Manitoba.
TeachingLIFE magazine, a University of Manitoba publication, showcases teaching and learning on—and beyond—our campuses.