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Session Slides

Plenary I – Strategic Enrollment Planning Using Transfer and Articulation within a Large Partnership
Remarks and Q&A with Sheldon Levy, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Training, Colleges & Universities

Block A

A1 - Transitioning to University: Best Practices for College Transfer Bridging Courses >
A2 - Assessing the Cost of Recruiting and Admitting Transfer Students
A3 - Development of a University/College Pathway for Academic Success Remediation
A4 - Engineering Online: The Queen's C2U Pathway
A5 - Student Pathways through Seneca College’s Liberal Arts Transfer Program: Student Progression, Transfer to University, and Success After Transfer

Block B

B1 - Supporting Credit Transfer at Every Level: Guiding Principles and a Practical Framework for Building Better Credit Transfer and Pathway Articulation Agreements
B2 - Developing and Promoting Articulation: A Cost-Benefit Analysis at OCAD University
B3 - Framework for Transferability between Engineering and Technology Programs
B4 - On-line Course Transitioning Processes, Challenges and Rewards for College Graduates within a Bachelor of Technology Program
B5 - Credit Where Credit is Due: Understanding the Credit Transfer Experiences at Ontario Colleges

Block C

C1 - Exploring the ARUCC PCCAT Transcript and Transfer Guide
C2 - Measuring the Cost of Credit Transfer in Small Colleges
C3 - Ontario Colleges to Fanshawe and Seneca Colleges' Bachelor of Commerce Degrees Transfer Pathways Project
C4 - Pathways Without Provincial Borders: the MOU between Queen’s University and Langara College
C5 - One Size Does Not Fit All: Deconstructing Pathway Complexities Through Student, Staff, and Faculty Perspectives
C5 - Unicité ou singularités ? La déconstruction de trajectoires de transfert des études collégiales vers des études universitaires pour en révéler les complexités : perspectives d’étudiants, de membres du personnel scolaire et du corps professoral

Block D

D1 - Specialized Transfer Program: Finance & Wealth Management, King’s University College at Western and Fanshawe College
D2 - The Path to Pathways: One University's Market Research Insights
D3 - Developing a Multilateral Articulation Agreement for an Accredited Program: Lessons Learned
D4 - Pathways to Higher Education: An Alternative Approach to Prior Learning Assessment and Advanced Placement
D5 - Partnering With Students to Understand Their Experiences In Joint College/University Collaborative Educational Programs: The “Dual Identity Project”

Block E

E1 - Entente d'arrimage entre des programmes de La Cité et du Collège Boréal avec l'Université Saint-Paul
E2 - Transfer Credit Process and Policy at Canadore College
E4 - Provincial Policy Frameworks and Patterns: A Comparison of Canada’s Transition Systems
E5 - Postsecondary Pathways: An Analysis of Toronto District School Board Student Census Results
E6 - Improving Postsecondary Mobility in Ontario: Student Priorities for Credit Transfer

Block F

F1 - Transfer Connect: Bridging Recruitment, Assessment and Advising
F2 - Towards a Better Understanding of Credit Transfer Costs and Benefits
F3 - Game Education Matrix (GEM) Prototype Tool for Collection and Comparison of Learning Outcomes Data to Support Transfer
F4 - The New Stew: Online Access, University of Windsor Liberal Arts, and 27 College Diploma Pathways.
F5 - An Examination of How Transfer Pathways are used in Ontario Postsecondary Education