Faculty Resources & Support

St. Clair College strives for excellence in program delivery. Our commitment to excellence in teaching and learning promotes the development of our faculty and in turn student success. Based on our mission and vision, a primary focus for all College activities is providing an accessible, dynamic and supportive learning environment.

Committed to Excellence - The Centre of Academic Excellence strives to make all of the teaching and learning resources, workshops, and materials available and accessible for all faculty.

If you encounter any issues while accessing our resources, please contact us at 519-972-27272 extension 6262, Jlapeer@stclaircollege.ca , or see a team member with the department.

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Ministry of Finance announces Ontario's New Career Kick-Start Strategy in News Release which includes providing "all college and university students free access to high-quality, skills-focused online learning through Lynda.com."  

To read news release CLICK HERE

If you are interested in reviewing some of Lynda.com's online material 


Training & Seminar Titles



Location & Delivery

Level of Difficulty


Foundations of Teaching with Technology

Kevin Kelly

2.5 hrs.




Creativity's role in high-performance organizations

Nancy Napier

30 mins.




Coaching and Developing Employees

Lisa Gates

1.5 hrs.


Appropriate for all

Faculty Focus Day - June 16th 2017 - Call for Faculty Assistance

The Centre for Academic Excellence is delighted to announce, St. Clair College will once again host an all-day networking opportunity to engage faculty in learning from and reconnecting with our larger SCC community. This one-day event intends to support St. Clair College Faculty and Instructors with an opportunity to present and observe various innovative teaching strategies taking place within our laboratories, classrooms, and field settings.  

Learn More Now - Details on the day OR How to become more involved

What instructors say about open textbooks

BCcampus is contributing to the development of an open future for teaching practices and educational resources.

The B.C. Open Textbook Project is funded by the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, and BCcampus is tasked with managing it. A goal of the Project is to provide flexible and affordable access to higher education resources in B.C. by making available openly-licensed textbooks in the highest-enrolled.

Used under CC BY 3.0 License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)

Teaching Circles

The Centre for Academic Excellence is currently hosting a series of organizational meetings on each of the Windsor & Thames Campuses to Launch the Winter 2017 Teaching Circles Program.

Learn More Now - Registration is Closed - Registration will reopen in September 2017