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Creating Accessible Course Materials (Beginner)

Are Your Educational Resources Open to Users with Disabilities? Once you are aware of some simple principles, workflows and tools, it’s easy to ensure that the educational resources you create or procure will be accessible to all learners. Topics discussed will include:

Job Search Strategies

Are you looking for a summer or full-time job, but aren't sure where to start or how you can maximize your efforts? Join us in this job search strategies workshop where you'll get support from a Career Advisor!   Register for this event on Eventbrite.

Playing with Pressbooks Publishing Software (Beginner)

Do you have course notes, a textbook, or other educational materials that you want to publish online? Are you unsure of where to start or which tool to use? Come to this hands-on workshop to learn how to get started with Pressbooks, an easy and straightforward self-publishing software that can be used to create digital books, white papers, toolkits, and other educational and online resources.  

FLiP (Failure: Learning in Progress) with Prof. Fiona Rawle

FLiP (Failure: Learning in Progress) A residency learning project for teaching students to embrace, learn and bounce back from failure. Presented by Prof. Fiona Rawle, Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Undergraduate at the University of Toronto-Missisauga.

Create a Winning Resume for Science Students

In this workshop, you will be guided through a series of steps to help you fine-tune your resume. You will also receive helpful tips and advice on how you can begin to tailor your resume to different job postings/positions.   To make the most use out of this workshop, please bring the following with you:

CBS Career Prep Bootcamp

Join us for our first annual CBS Career Prep Bootcamp! We know that getting career ready can be hard work. It also requires you to make time, and as current students, we know that can be difficult.   In this 1-day workshop series, we will walk you through several different workshops (topics that CBS students voted for!). Lunch is provided!  

Professional Headshots for Your LinkedIn Profile! - Day 2

Having a professional photo for your LinkedIn page is crucial in this day and age for networking and career development. Come to one of our FREE professional head shot sessions - for CBS students exclusively - and get a professional head shot instantly captured and sent directly to your e-mail! * This is Day 2 of the 2 days we will be offering headshot photo sessions.  

Professional Headshots for Your LinkedIn Profile! - Day 1

Having a professional photo for your LinkedIn page is crucial in this day and age for networking and career development. Come to one of our FREE professional head shot sessions - for CBS students exclusively - and get a professional head shot instantly captured and sent directly to your e-mail! *This is Day 1 of the 2 days we will be offering headshot photo sessions.

Centre for Biodiversity Genomics Science Seminar Series: Teresita Porter, PhD

The Centre for Biodiversity Genomics (CBG) Science Seminar Series is intended to provide a forum for the CBG researchers to present their work and to share new findings and ideas with their colleagues. We also encourage our visiting scientists and collaborators from different U of G departments to participate and present in this seminar series. We believe that this initiative will foster collaboration within CBG and with a wider community of researchers interested in biodiversity genomics.

Create a Winning Resume for Science Students

In this workshop, you will be guided through a series of steps to help you fine-tune your resume. You will also receive helpful tips and advice on how you can begin to tailor your resume to different job postings/positions. To make the most use out of this workshop, please bring the following with you:

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