eLATE (Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Engineering) is a community within the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University that is committed to promoting excellence in the teaching and learning of technical and professional 21st-century skills. The program was launched in January 2013. Its vision is to lead the development of engineering education where teaching is a scholarly act enhanced by evidence-based practices.

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ELATE (Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Engineering)

Main website @ McGill University for more information related to eLATE’s activities

Elate Resources for students (Publicly accessible)

Includes resources on: Being Proactive, Learning Strategies, Balance & Self Care, Engineer Focus and specific McGill Resources

Engaged Learning in Engineering (ELINE)

Facebook: ELINE focused on promoting a culture of engaged learning among engineering students. ELATE works closely with ELINE

Article: Christopher Moraes: Excelling in the lab and in the classroom

ELATE community news – By Neale McDevitt, Editor, McGill Reporter


Student Success Project

Academic success is not simply about how hard you study. It’s also about learning context. Stress, anxiety, adapting, time-management, and a lack of important study skills strategies are all common causes of academic challenges.

Current ProgramsSupporting academic, wellbeing, and remote learning.

Past ProgramsFoundations and previous iterations of the project.

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Lawrence R. Chen

Lawrence R. Chen

McGill University, Montreal

Additional Contacts

Current eLate contacts 

Previous contacts