About

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 …

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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.

Mission: eLATE’s mission is to foster a learning community comprising undergraduate and graduate students, teaching assistants, and academic and non-academic staff with the overall objective of enhancing and promoting excellence in the learning and teaching experience in engineering.

Strategic Objectives

  • Promote a culture of critical thinking about teaching and learning
  • Enhance a culture of teaching and learning founded on evidence-based practices
  • Develop a culture within the engineering community of life-long learners
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Projects: Fall 2018 & Winter 2019 - Activities & Events Tailored to our Engineering Community

Coordinators

Additional Contacts

Professor Laurent Mydlarski, Associate Dean (Academic Programs): laurent.mydlarski@mcgill.ca

Sarah Voss, eLATE Administrative Support:  sarah.voss@mcgill.ca

 


More information related to eLATE’s activities available at
https://mcgill.ca/engineering/initiatives/elate