Humans of the SLC aims to showcase users’ experiences within the building and reflect on what exactly makes a place feel like home. This is a project created by students for students.
As the final part to this pilot, we share with you the stories from the creators themselves, David Chau and Danielle Howson. This is their story.
Continue reading “Humans of the SLC – Pt. 4”
Humans of the SLC aims to showcase users’ experiences within the building and reflect on what exactly makes a place feel like home. This is a project created by students for students. This is your story and your SLC.
Zoe Arseneau, 3rd Year Creative Industries Student, SLC Creative Team Graphic Designer:
“I love that I feel valued here. Before being a graphic designer, I used to work as an SLC Specialist and through that I met some employers who were just incredibly caring. They were able to see the potential in my creativity and allowed me to pursue a job here that’s a little more fitting to who I am.”
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Having just passed the SLC’s third year anniversary, let’s take a look at what students and staff have to say about the heart of Ryerson’s campus! Humans of the SLC aims to showcase users’ experiences within the building and reflect on what exactly makes a place feel like home. This is a project created by students for students. This is your story and your SLC.
Continue reading “Humans of the SLC – Pt. 1”
Humans of the SLC is a project created by students and for students. It aims to showcase users’ experiences within the building and reflect on what exactly makes a place feel like home.
This is the start of your story.
Continue reading “Humans of the SLC – Coming Soon”
The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are almost here, and that means coming together to cheer on Team Canada! This year’s Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang County, South Korea.
Join us at the SLC throughout February 8th – 25th, as the events will be broadcasted in the Amphitheatre space.
During this time, a portion of the Amphitheatre space can still be booked for Tabling activities. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Team’s Headquarters in LIB272B.
Go Canada Go!
Looking for a unique gift this holiday season? Shop the SLC is your on campus, one-stop shop for handcrafted gifts.
For the third year in a row, the Student Learning Centre’s Amphitheatre will transform into Ryerson’s largest craft market, Shop the SLC. This is an initiative to bring Ryerson students, alumni, staff and faculty together to showcase their home grown talent and entrepreneurial spirit through a free marketplace experience. This year, the market will be better than ever, with over 50 vendors across 5 days. Continue reading “Discover a Holiday Market in the SLC”
In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving my mind had often been preoccupied with thoughts of all the things I am grateful for. One of the things I am most thankful for this year is the Student Learning Centre (SLC), as a student I am proud to study in the 21st Century Library that the SLC and Ryerson University Library and Archives (RULA) create together. As a Specialist and member of the Creative Team, I am thankful for the opportunities I have been presented. While thinking about this, I decided to sit down with other community members and learn why they are thankful for the SLC.
“I’m thankful that the SLC gives me a variety of places to study and hangout because it gives me a choice of what to do while I’m in between classes.” – Alex, Student Specialist, 4th year Philosophy major
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Since its opening, the Student Learning Centre has become a well-known place for encouraging student participation and enhancing their overall experience at Ryerson. Last year, the SLC introduced a new initiative inspired by these ideals called the SLC SEAL Team Student Engagement and Leadership (SEAL) Award. This award encourages students to be involved in the Ryerson community and to help enhance students’ experiences.
One undergraduate and one graduate winner will be chosen to receive the award and the $1000 grant that accompanies it.
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Summer is coming to an end and we’re starting the transition into autumn. We’re also going back into “school mode.” To me, the beginning of a new school year means a fresh start – reunions with our peers, making new friends and heading back to class. I love it, but I know that it’s not everyone’s favourite time of year. Take it from me and enjoy a smooth back to school transition by following three of my personal tips
1. Create a schedule
In order to feel organized and prepared for school to start once again, setting up a schedule for yourself is one of the easiest things you can do. Not only will you be able to block in the times when you have class, but you’ll be able to set aside much needed study time. Book a Collaborative & Group Work Room (CGWR) or use the open study space at the SLC to get back into the groove of things.
Continue reading “Hello, Student Life!”
“Your Little Guide to…” is a series – for students, by students – to help you navigate our SLC and make the most of all that it has to offer.
If you ask me, starting university was nothing short of exhilarating, inspiring and some days, simply overwhelming. It’s important to remember that there are countless resources to support you, including this short guide to help you out! Discover how the Student Learning Centre can best serve you with my floor-by-floor breakdown of the building. Welcome to: SLC 101.
The first floor is the perfect spot for anyone looking to meet up with some friends. Grab a coffee from Starbucks before class or check out any of the events happening in the Amphitheatre throughout the school year.
Continue reading “Your Little Guide to: The SLC”