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Centre Update
22 April 2016

 
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New Delivery Model
for Graduate Certificate
We're thrilled to announce a new delivery model for our new Graduate Certificate in the Social Economy and Co-operatives. The blended-learning option, designed for working professionals, offers a combination of online courses and two short residency periods — one in September and one in April. The course includes both theoretical and practical, hands-on, experiential learning. It's the perfect option for practitioners looking for a deeper understanding of co-operatives or simply to upgrade their skills.

This new option is available beginning September 2016 and can be completed in only nine months of part-time study. Students from across Canada and around the world are welcome to apply.

The certificate is a joint offering of the Centre and the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.

Read more about the blended-learning model here.

 
New Online Teaching Resources
 




We have a new web page devoted to online teaching resources on co-ops. Currently there are videos of seminars, lectures, and special presentations, as well as case studies and Centre booklets that lend themselves well to teaching purposes. The page is under development and we invite you to watch for links to many more resources available locally, nationally, and internationally.

Find out more about this new repository here.

 
Reminder!
Student Case Study Competition


Students are reminded to apply to participate in the Co-op Case Study Competition that will take place during the Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation conference in Calgary, 1 June 2016.

The competition is open to graduate students, or undergraduate students who are in the final year of their program. For more detailed information about requirements and the application process, click here.

With thanks to the CHS Foundation for funding this event.
CASC Conference 2016

Don't forget to register for this year's CASC conference, a joint offering of the Canadian Association for Studies in Co-operation and the US-based Association of Cooperative Educators taking place in Calgary, 1–3 June 2016. With a theme of Energizing Communities: Co-operatives Nurturing Democratic Practice, the conference will highlight co-op research, education, and development that is strengthening co-operatives and transforming communities.

Find more information here.
 
With grateful thanks to our partner organizations
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