A Faculty Perspective on COIL: A Sheridan Experience!

Date: Nov. 1, 2021

Time: 9:30 a.m.11:00 a.m.

Location: Online

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During the winter 2021 semester, two pilot COIL courses were conducted within Sheridan – one within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (FHASS) and the other within Pilon School of Business (PSB). This webinar aims to capitalize on the knowledge gained by our Sheridan members from those pilot courses and learn from their experiences to benefit others moving forward. Members of our FHASS and PSB community, along with our international partner from Saxion University of Applied Sciences, will share their experiences from the conceptualization stage to the implementation and evaluation phases. They will be sharing all their tips and tricks, pros and cons, and advice on COIL. The professors will also discuss ways to make the COIL component as smooth, interactive and successful as possible.

During this event, we will also highlight the different services available for our faculty and staff to support them throughout their COIL journey.

Audience: Public event – please feel free to invite your colleagues and networks to attend this webinar. Registration required.


  • Peter Galambos, Professor, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – Sheridan
  • Mark Weaver, Professor, Pilon School of Business – Sheridan
  • Stan Kamzol, Professor and International Academic Exchange Coordinator, Pilon School of Business – Sheridan
  • Edwin van den Berg, Professor – Saxion University of Applied Sciences

Moderated by: Amira El Masri, Director of the Centre for Global Education and Internationalization – Sheridan

Register now for A Faculty Perspective on COIL: A Sheridan Experience!

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