Student Voices: An opportunity for growth and change

By Maia Herriot, Maple League Student Fellow, Mount Allison University I am a graduating student. As I process the loss of so many “lasts” and struggle with a steadily mounting […]

Notes on a Feminist Classroom, by Dr. Toni Roberts

On September 13th, Dr. Elizabeth Wells and Dr. Toni Roberts of Mount Allison led a discussion with their Maple League colleagues on the importance of committing to a feminist classroom. […]

Dr. Mary Sweatman talks community development with the Maple League Teaching & Learning Committee

On November 1st, the Maple League Teaching and Learning Committee (the MLTLC) gathered for a presentation given by Acadia University’s Dr. Mary Sweatman of the Community Development Department. The discussion […]

Progress in the light of Reflective Practice

As we grow into an effective and efficient consortium, it valuable to engage in reflective practice about how and why we collaborate – and the messy journeys and learning moments […]

Collaboration as Disruption

From the outset, the Maple League has had a bold vision. At very heart of this endeavour lies the possibility of disruption. One of the new buzzwords in higher education […]

Community Building and Collaboration

Our four institutions – St Francis Xavier, Acadia, Mount Allison, and Bishop’s University – share a common vision and set of shared values. We are all committed to outstanding teaching, […]

Events

Digital Humanities Summer Institute – East

Date: April 26-29, 2021
Location: St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS
DHSI-East, based at St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, is the latest member of the global DH Training network. It serves the Maple League by making training more accessible to Atlantic Canadians. Our inaugural DHSI-East session will be databases, taught by Dr. Harvey Quamen (University of Alberta). The course will run from 26-29 April 2021.

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News

Executive Director’s Report – August 31, 2021

As I write in the July Report, the Maple League of Universities was originally created to solve a wicked problem. The wicked problem was a lack of awareness or understanding […]

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