Pictures from our second day and reception!
Printed Program Corrections: Room change for the keynote to BA1180 Active Statements of Diversity/Social Justice…, Tuesday, 10:30am-11:45am, in BA1230 not SF3201 Innovating Instruction Strategies, Tuesday,1:00pm-2:15pm, in BA1200 not BA2135 Check the website for up to date announcements and information: http://procomm2018.utoronto.ca Lunch and Coffee Break: Served in the West Atrium of the Bahen Centre Please wear your … Continue reading →Tuesday Announcements
Printed Program Corrections: Student Management of Classroom Activities as a Project Workshop, Monday, 3:45-5:00pm in SF3201, not BA1240 Active Statements of Diversity/Social Justice…, Tuesday, 10:30am-11:45am, in BA2135 not SF3201 Check the website for up to date announcements and information: http://procomm2018.utoronto.ca Lunch and Coffee Break: Served in the West Atrium of the Bahen Centre Please wear … Continue reading →Monday Updates
I’ve had a few requests for dining near the Chelsea Hotel, and unfortunately, it’s a bit of a culinary wasteland for Toronto. If you can’t move very far, there are only a few places I would recommend that are sit down restaurants within a 5 minute walk. The first is the Queen and Beaver, which … Continue reading →Dining Near the Chelsea
Toronto’s a big, messy, and wonderful city, but it can be really challenging to navigate and find what you’re looking for, and to find the best of the city – which is why we’ve made a conference concierge available. Ask Alan for directions from place to place, restaurant recommendations, reservation tips – if you’ve read the food posts, … Continue reading →Conference Concierge
You’ve already seen that Toronto has some great cheap eats. You probably won’t be surprised to find out that it’s got some excellent higher priced options as well. I’ll cover some of the nearby fine dining hotspots, but if you’re looking for something not of this list, feel free to hit up your conference concierge … Continue reading →Toronto’s Fine Dining Scene
In Downtown Toronto, you’ll have access to a wonderful range of food options from different cultures. One of the best aspects of Toronto’s food scene is that you don’t have to pay a lot to get good food (though we do have a lot of mid-to-high end restaurants that will be covered in a subsequent post)! … Continue reading →Toronto Food: Cheap (and Good) Eats, Part I
Update: We have secured the use of our Faculty’s pilot TEAL (SF3201) room for all of our workshops. You can read about them in the link below. The University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is a busy space during the summer, with a large number of outreach programs taking place in July. Because … Continue reading →Room Information