Working Groups

Advising Council

Student advising is an integral part of the student experience and is key to supporting students and their academic and personal growth. In alignment with the institution's mandate to deliver an exceptional student experience, The Academic Advising Review Team was tasked with assessing student advising services at the University of Manitoba and recommending improvements to these services based on their findings. The AART Report from October 2013 can be found below. One of the recommendations found in the report is to establish an institution-wide Advising Council to oversee the development and support of coordinated, high quality academic advising across the University. Please see the links below for further information.

Terms of Reference.pdf


Academic Advising Review Team Report, October 2013.pdf

Advisory Committee to Review Requests for Student Surveys

An Advisory Committee to Provost has been established to review all proposed student surveys to ensure the quality of the survey, and its usefulness and applicability to achieving the University's strategic objectives. The Committee will review surveys that address current and former students, and alumni. Please visit the Office of Instititional Analysis website for information on guidelines and processes, terms of reference, and the institutional survey schedule.

Associate Deans (Undergraduate) Committee

Committee Resource (secure site)

Blended and Online Learning Task Force

Blended and Online learning are growing practices in higher education, offering greater flexibility and more engaging, student-centred experiences. The Blended Learning Task Force is responsible for developing a university-wide strategy for blended and online learning. Once a strategy has been identified, the task force will make recommendations on next steps moving forward.

Terms of Reference (.pdf)

Committee Resources (secure site)

Report, May 2014

Childcare Initiative


Copyright Advisory Committee

The Copyright Advisory Committee provides a forum for confidential discussion of copyright issues that influence faculty, staff and students at the University of Manitoba. It provides input and feedback, and offers confidential advise and recommendations to the Vice-President (Academic) & Provost on topics such as: copyright issues in teaching learning and research, education programs and other services offered by the Copyright Office compliance, policies and guidelines surrounding copyright and copyright legislation.

Terms of Reference and Membership (.pdf)

Copyright Office