Centre for Teaching and Learning
F200 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-6428
Our offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm. We are closed between 12:00pm - 1:00pm.
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The Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) is committed to advancing the university's academic mission by fostering a stimulating intellectual environment in which all members of Queen's community can continue to excel in his or her learning, teaching, and research endeavours.
Our work supports the academic priorities and goals of the University, to provide all Queen's students with the finest educational experience possible.
The Teaching and Learning Action Plan
The Teaching and Learning Action Plan comprises the final recommendations of the Provost’s Task Force on the Student Learning Experience, a group of faculty, staff and students given the mandate to propose specific sustainable initiatives and processes that would enhance the student learning experience. The Task Force was asked to make recommendations for academic and learning support units, to support the Queen’s University Quality Assurance Processes, and to propose infrastructure, policy, and resource requirements related to teaching and learning.
To read the Teaching and Learning Action Plan.
Directions from the 401 to Campus Parking
Take the Sir John A. MacDonald exit from the 401 and follow the boulevard to Union Street (past approximately 6 sets of lights) and turn left onto Union Street. Follow Union Street (see Campus Map) to the second set of lights and turn right onto University Avenue. At the end of University Avenue, turn left and you will see an underground parking garage. There are also a few metered parking spaces in the Mackintosh-Corry parking lot.
Once you've parked your car
Take the stairs on the North end of the parking garage which will bring you in front of Kingston Hall. Walk West and cross University Avenue and then follow it North. Turn left between Ellis Hall and Richardson Hall and follow the walkway to Mackintosh-Corry.
Using the entrance indicated above, once in the building, turn to the right and you will see the Centre for Teaching and Learning straight in front of you.
Mackintosh Corry Hall is located in from University Avenue, down a pathway that runs between Richardson and Ellis Halls.
The building is large and comprised of six wings labeled A through F. There are a number of building entrances, three of which are accessible.
Accessible Exterior Entrances
Middle building entrance adjacent to Tindall Field
The entrance adjacent to Tindall Field has a railing and a handrail. The doors have automatic openers to the D2 level.
The building's southwest entrance is accessed by a ramp. The entrance opens onto level D1 (lower level). The door has an automatic opener.
To access the building's north entrance proceed up the long, narrow, moderately inclined, concrete ramp next to Mackintosh-Corry Hall. The door has an automatic opener. The entrance is at the B2 level, near the International Programs Office and the food service area.
Interior links to Mackintosh-Corry are as follows:
Robert Sutherland Hall levels 3, 4, and 5 to Mackintosh-Corry Hall C wing, levels 3, 4 and 5. There are no automatic door openers at any of these levels.
Law Building level 3 to Mackintosh-Corry Hall B5 there is no automatic door opener.
Dunning Hall level 1 is linked to Mackintosh-Corry A3 by a very short, steep ramp with handrail. There are no automatic openers on any of the doors from Dunning Hall.
A one-person wheelchair lift, near the entrance from the parking lot, links the D2/E2 level with the B2 level. A number code is required to operate the lift. Students can obtain this code and user information from Health, Counselling and Disability Services. The code can also be obtained by pushing the button on the red emergency phone beside the lift.
Two elevators service the building. They are located near the accessible exterior entrances: The elevator in B2 wing is located across from the food service area and near the washrooms. The D2 wing elevator is near the Geography general office.
Accessible washrooms are located on the B2 level across from the food services area (the men’s washroom has an automatic door opener), the D2 level near the Geography general office and D3 level (both men’s and women’s have an automatic door opener).
Permit parking is available for the underground parking garage on Union Street west of the building and the surface lot on Albert Street. There are 3 accessible meter spots on Alfred Street at Union Street.
Check the classroom website for the accessibility of Mackintosh-Corry Hall classrooms.
At the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) we believe that teaching, and the development of teaching, is a scholarly activity and a professional responsibility of all academics. Our vision is to serve as agents for influencing good teaching practices across the university. Our primary goal is to enhance the quality of student learning and to support all who are engaged in a teaching role at Queen's University. To continue the quality of excellence of teaching and learning at Queen's University, the Centre of Teaching and Learning is dependent upon the generosity and support of Queen's alumni and friends.
The difference your gift will make:
A gift of support to these programs will ensure a quality learning experience for our students and will enhance teaching practices for our faculty. Your support of various projects and programs will encourage individuals to continue the use of innovative ideas, develop opportunities to increase student engagement, and allow more instructors to engage in educational development. Also a donation to this project will support the advancement of Queen's vision of achieving excellence and quality in higher learning through the enhancement of teaching and learning.
Benefits of Support:
By encouraging wide dissemination of excellent teaching across the university, a donation will contribute to the enhancement of student learning and the development of exceptional students. A donor will therefore gain the respect and loyalty of not only higher education administrators and professionals, but also of the students and their families that support their educational goals. Such loyalty and respect may ultimately translate into lifelong support of a donor's products or services.
About Accessibility at Queen's
The Centre is committed to advancing accessibility for persons with disabilities at Queen's University and we welcome your feedback. To let us know how we're doing, you may wish to complete this Customer Service-Accessibility Feedback form.
All accessibility related feedback goes to the Accessibility Coordinator in the Equity Office, who will follow up with you as appropriate. Alternatively, you can submit feedback by email, mail, fax, and phone. Please refer to the online form for all contact details.