A huge thanks to Jeff Burrow, our resident assessment guru who created this incredible data compilation Who are U of T Students.
Check out our Google Drive folder for more details about the Day of Learning and a collection of some of the presentations.
On June 16th we continued our learning with a focus on learning how innovative methodologies from a wide variety of industries might be applied to the student experience at U of T. Speakers included many of our own faculty/staff from some of the most innovative areas of U of T and colleagues from the community who are doing some great work in this space. You can check out our Google Drive folder for more details about the Day of Learning and a collection of some of the presentations. We wrapped up the day with a very human-centred debrief time on the Cumberland House Lawn.
We launched the Innovation Hub on May 16th at Chestnut. This was a great day where we over 260 students, staff and faculty gathered to explore the mindset of innovation and discuss how we can bring innovation to the student experience at University of Toronto. our AVP of Student Life, Lucy Fromowitz, reminded us that our role is to “hold the door open” for students. She shared about the incredible innovation that is already happening across the University and encouraged us to explore ways to deepen our collaborations to explore how “when we work together the sum is much greater than the individual parts”.
IDEO is a global design firm that takes a human-centered approach to designing products and services. They even designed the first computer mouse for Apple in 1980! While this video is dated, it’s a great way to see the IDEO design process in action. Enjoy watching IDEO designers build the shopping cart of the future. What can we learn that will help us design the U of T student experience of the future?