The 2021/2022 school year continues to be filled with uncertainty. The OAC Liaison Program understands the unique challenges of returning the classroom, online, and in-person hybrid teaching and remote learning options. We have taken special care in developing a variety of events, offerings, and resources to support you and your students synchronously and asynchronously.
Whether you and your students are in the classroom or at home, you can request a guest speaker to visit your virtual classroom at a date and time that works for you. Speakers will attend using your preferred platform and will answer live questions from your students. See our full list of topics and request a speaker here.
Program Information Nights
Specially designed for grade 11 and 12 students, program information nights are a chance to learn about and compare academic programs in a specific interest area. Each event will include a program presentation and an opportunity to ask questions to current students, recent alumni, and faculty. Parents/guardians, teachers, and guidance counselors are welcomed and encouraged to attend. You can learn more about each Program Information Night by visiting our upcoming events page.
Our experts take you on a tour of our innovative facilities, which are used for teaching, research, and enjoyment. These tours allow you to explore the unique places found on the University of Guelph campus. Once you and your students have finished watching a virtual facility tour, you can request a Q&A with a researcher or expert. Watch the Virtual Facility Tours here!
Looking for more teacher resources?
Visit our instructional resources page for a robust set of curriculum-aligned lesson plans and recordings of our educator webinars from last year.
For questions about any of our offerings please contact: