We have launched a series of free resources featuring tips and information to help our community reach their learning goals from home.
How we all work and learn has been changing rapidly in 2020. SCS wants to support you through this evolution. We recognize that in addition to new assistance options for online learners whose finances were impacted by COVID-19, there is an appetite from our learners for content to help explore new territory, engage your minds, and learn skills and ideas you can apply to your lives and careers now.
We reached out to our community of learners to get a better idea of just what kinds of content and the topics you would like to gain insight into. We asked, you responded, we listened.The UofT SCS Knowledge Hub series is the result.
See 'Knowledge Hub Live' below for all of our upcoming live webinars or explore 'Knowledge Hub On-demand' to find engaging pre-recorded content.
Knowledge Hub Live
Our Knowledge Hub Live sessions are exactly that: live! Hosted by a member of the SCS team, these presentations are delivered by one of our industry-expert instructors. These webinars are designed to address challenges we face now with up-to-date insights into your most requested topics. This is your chance to connect with like-minded people, ask questions and receive expert advice in real time.
Our upcoming webinars are:
- SCS Knowledge Hub: 2020 Janice Colbert Poetry Award Reading - October 23, 12:00PM
Check back for more details on topics and resources coming soon!
Knowledge Hub On-demand
We know commitments to work, family, and friends mean that life is busy. If you are looking for ways to learn new skills, feed a curiosity or support your career on a schedule that meets your life, the UofT SCS Knowledge Hub On-demand might be just the solution you are looking for. Want to learn more? Sign up to have access to a breadth of content, prepared by our leading instructors.
Knowledge Hub webinar recordings
- Fearless Networking presented by Jean Chow - Learn how to be a confident and successful networker.
- Leading Remote Teams in Uncertain Times presented by Joe Ogilvie - Find out how to be an outstanding leader during times of remote work.
- Writing Compelling Copy in 2020 presented by Samantha Mehra - Gain insight into how to write persuasive, effective marketing and communications materials in 2020.
- Content Marketing in Tough Times presented by Alison Garwood-Jones - Learn how Canadian brands are responding to tough times with content designed to connect and align with their audience’s lifestyle, values, and beliefs.
Q&A with THE instructors
- The Science of Well-Being - Dr. Greg Wells explains how exercise, sleep, and nutrition affect physiology and health.
- Content Marketing in Tough Times - Follow-up Questions answered by Alison Garwood-Jones - Alison Garwood-Jones answers viewers' questions in this follow up to her June 25th, 2020 live webinar.
University Lecture Series
A Score To Settle With Hitler: Canada's Jewish Servicemen in WWII presented by Ellin Bessner, journalist and author.
Crossing the Arctic Alone in a Canoe - Tips from a Professional Explorer presented by Adam Shoalts, professional explorer, writer, public speaker.
What I Learned Living on a First Nations Reserve presented by Heather MacTaggart, social entrepreneur and educator.
Knock On Wood: Luck, Chance and the Meaning of Everything presented by Jeffrey Rosenthal, author, professor of Statistics at UofT.
Misfit: The Amazing Journey of One of Canada's Leading Social Entrepreneurs presented by Andreas Souvaliotis, social entrepreneur, founder of world's first mass eco-points program (Green Points).
Toronto Through the Lens of Public Sculpture and Art presented by Hamish Saxton, tourism and hospitality expert.
Dam Busters: Canadian Airmen and the Secret Raid Against Nazi Germany presented by Ted Barris, historian, award-winning writer, journalist and broadcaster.
- The Power of Kindness presented by Brian Goldman, ER physician, author and award-winning medical reporter.
- The Bioethics of Critical Care: Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Decides? presented by Gordon Rubenfeld, Chief of the Trauma, Emergency & Critical Care Program at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and Professor of Medicine at the U of T.