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October 7: Free Public Talk by the Hon. David Collenette

You’re invited to a free public talk by the Honourable David Collenette, Distinguished Visiting Fellow at The Chang School, who oversaw Canada’s response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 and subsequent issues related to transportation security. This event will appeal to adults interested in national and international issues, security, transport, and crisis management.

For more information, visit www.ryerson.ca/ce/crisismgmt.

When

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

Where

The George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre
3rd floor, Sears Atrium
245 Church Street

RSVP

Visit our RSVP page to register. Space is limited and registration is required for all attendees.

 

Video: Welcome to The Chang School

The Chang School welcomes all students who are returning to The Chang School or taking courses with us for the first time this Fall term. Visit our YouTube channel to watch a special video of Dean Dr. Marie Bountrogianni welcoming you to The Chang School.

 

Digital Education Strategies Team Wins 2014 Sloan-C Effective Practice Award

The Chang School’s Digital Education Strategies (DES) team has been recognized with the prestigious 2014 Sloan-C Effective Practice Award by the Online Learning Consortium.

The award is for Lake Devo, a role-play application created by DES in which learners create avatars and collaborate on scripts in real time. Easily adaptable across disciplines, Lake Devo is a way to practise problem-solving within a real-world context. Published presentations, including student-selected audio and visual elements and a discussion area, facilitate class-wide learning and peer-to-peer feedback.

Visit the Online Learning Consortium website for more information about the award.

Visit Distance Education for more information about online learning at The Chang School.

 

New Student Orientation: Thursday, September 18

The Chang School’s New Student Orientation will give you the opportunity to network with fellow students and learn about the services that Ryerson University has to offer. You will also have the opportunity to meet our academic and career advisors, who will be available to assist you as you chart your future and plan your academic path.

We hope to see you there.

When

Thursday, September 18, 2014
5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m.

Where

The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University
Heaslip House, 7th floor
Peter Bronfman Learning Centre
297 Victoria Street, Toronto

Please RSVP for New Student Orientation

 

The Chang School’s Client Service Principles

The Chang School strives to provide excellent service to current and prospective students, alumni, internal and external clients, and visitors. With this in mind, we have introduced four Client Service Principles:

  1. We warmly welcome all clients who visit or contact The Chang School in a courteous and inclusive manner.
  2. We are respectful of each client’s needs and situation.
  3. We interact with each client in a professional manner.
  4. We strive to provide an accurate, reliable, and timely response to each client’s inquiry, engaging in as much follow-up as appropriate to ensure high service satisfaction.

Please let us know how well we are delivering on these Client Service Principles. Drop us a line at CEfeedback@ryerson.ca.

 

The Chang School Offers Open Admission

The Chang School provides access to university-level and degree-credit courses for all adult learners, regardless of previous experience. Enrollment for most degree-credit courses is on an open admissions basis, providing convenient access to university classes no matter where you live or work – without any formal entrance requirements.

The Chang School extends Ryerson University’s academic resources to adults interested in building their careers, advancing their careers, changing careers, taking courses for professional development or general interest, or applying to a degree program.

If you plan to transfer credits back to your home institution, use your credits to gain entry to a Ryerson degree program (subject to space availability and competition), or if you require more information, please contact us or come to one of our Open House sessions.