As a recent graduate from the University of Toronto, I know first hand how intimidating and confusing the school can be. While experiencing services and opportunities that are offered was one of the highlights of my time at school, navigating the student experience at the University of Toronto can easily be overwhelming.
That’s where the Innovation Hub comes in.
Over the past several months, 200 students, staff, and community members at the University of Toronto have been closely surveying, observing, and discussing the school’s student experience. The goal is a big one – to design the student experience of the future.
By using an empathic approach to research, members of the five domains – access for every student, fostering connectedness, future-ready students, integrated learning experience and whole student development – have developed deep insights into how and why students experience the University of Toronto the way they do.
On November 30 and December 5, we will be taking the next step and sharing those insights with staff across the university during the Innovation Hub’s Share Back Days.
Feedback is extremely valuable to the work of the Innovation Hub. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Innovation Hub and to contribute thoughts on how to improve the student experience at the University of Toronto.
By participating in the Share Back Days, you will hear from representatives from each of the five domains about their research to date. You will also join them to share your ideas and expertise in various brainstorming activities.You’ll get to experience first-hand design and innovative thinking methodologies.
The Share Back Days are a critical step in designing the future of the student experience at the University of Toronto, and it’s not too late to register!
If you would like to contribute to the transformational work of the Innovation Hub, please fill out this form by Friday, November 25 at 5:00 pm.
See you there!
The Share Back Days will take place on Wednesday, November 30 and Monday, December 5 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Main Activity Hall at the Koffler House (569 Spading Crescent).