Monthly Archives: February 2010

Save the Date – Mach 5th

Share you culinary skills (or lack there of) with your fellow students! On March 5th starting at 5:30pm, we’ll be having a pot luck. Details will be forthcoming but make sure to vote if you would also like to either watch a movie or play some games in the the poll at the bottom of this post.

Pot Luck

  • Date: Friday March 5th
  • Time: 5:30 pm to 10 pm
  • Location: ME 3324

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Reminder – Skating Tomorrow

Skating on the Canal on Friday is still on! We’ll be meeting in parking lot R4 at 4pm (R4 is located between Mackenzie and the Residences, see map). All skill levels are welcome.

SEEDS Skating on the Canal

  • Date: Fridays (weekly)
  • Time: 4 pm
  • Location: Parking Lot R4 (map)

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Skating Time Change – This Week Only

All Graduate students have a meeting to attend this Friday at 4pm, so… Skating on the canal this week will be moved up to 3pm.

SEEDS Skating on the Canal

  • Date: Fridays Feb 12
  • Time: 3 pm (this week only)
  • Location: Hartwell Locks (map)

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Weekly Skating on the Canal

Now that the entire length of the Canal is completely opened, we would like to implement weekly skating sessions. So, starting this Friday join us at Hartwell Locks from 4pm onward to skate on the Canal. All skill levels are welcome. If you have a suggestion for a better time, please let us know.

SEEDS Skating on the Canal

  • Date: Fridays (weekly)
  • Time: 4 pm
  • Location: Hartwell Locks (map)

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OGG February Lunch Presentation about Presentation

No More Bullet Points

By Jim Moran, MA Ed., President of The Learning Alliance Inc.

  • Date: Wednesday, February 10
  • Time: Registration 11:45 am, Lunch 12:00 pm (hot buffet), Presentation 12:45 pm
  • Location: Hellenic Community Centre, 1315 Prince of Wales Drive (15 min walk from Carleton, map)
  • Admission: $10 students (incl. hot buffet)
  • RSVP: Michel Timmons (OGGtreasurer@hotmail.com)

Abstract: This educational presentation is designed to expose you to the most current techniquesfor improving knowledge transfer during your slide presentation. In this 45 minutes presentation you’ll experience what a slide deck can look like without bullet points and lean how to use planning tools to prepare a slide set that will inform and inspire your audience.

For more information about the presentation and the speaker, see the files for download on the right hand side of the page.

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