Hart House RAWC is proud to announce the Better Sleep Lunch and Learn in collaboration with Women’s College Hospital. Join us on November 22nd 2019 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. at Hart House’s South Sitting Room for an overview of the medications and psychological strategies that can safely and effectively improve your sleep. Refreshments will be served, but spots are limited so please RSVP in advance: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-better-sleep-lunch-and-learn-tickets-75199268035
There will be a FREE interactive workshop on American Sign Language (ASL) on Wed. October 30th from 6PM-7:30PM. The workshop is targeted towards everyone (beginners and intermediates) eager to learn ASL. Free dinner and snacks will be provided for all! Click here for the Facebook event page.
The Spirit of Life is looking for volunteers to help out with their social skills program for special needs children. The volunteer will help with classroom management, and assist individual children with special needs. The program runs every Saturday or Sunday, lasting for 12 weeks for each run. Location is Markham. Each session per week is about 3 hours (morning or afternoon). If you have time to spare and want to gain experience working with special needs children, please contact us below by filling out an interest survey:http://solhc.ca/index.php/volunteer
What is it about? There are a lot of creative geniuses who have changed our worlds. We are interested in creativity and what makes artists creative. Because of the limitation of of research context (we are studying artist in China, we are only hiring for people who can speak, write and speak Chinese (Mandarin) What will you do? We offer training and valuable research experience for graduate school applications. We are asking for 5 to 12 hours per week. Your consent means you will Collaborate with PhDs Transcribe interviews and translate interviews Work with other Ras with running experiments and […]
The Computational Cognitive Development Lab at the University of Toronto (downtown campus) is looking for adults to participate in a 15-20 minute computer study for $5! Participants must be 18+ years, have no form of colour blindness, and have not participated previously in the study. If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com with your availability.
The Poirot study in the Memory and Perception Lab investigates aspects of episodic memory. In this study, we ask participants to come into our lab to watch an episode of a TV show – Agatha Christie’s Poirot. If you have seen any episodes of this show, please inform your experimenter prior to scheduling. After viewing the episode in lab and filling out some questionnaires, we send you home with a FitBit device to measure your physical activity and sleep patterns, all while going about your day as usual. [We also may ask you to log on to our website to […]
The Cognitive Engineering Lab is recruiting participants for an ongoing Human Factors experiment that investigates the accuracy and precision of the eye tracking technology integrated in the FOVE Virtual Reality headset. We are specifically looking for participants with dark brown/black eyes. Participants will be paid $15/hr for approximately 1hrs of their time. Please see the attached recruitment letter for additional information.
Hey, Teach! Magazine is a student run publication currently looking for submissions for their next issue. The theme of the issue is ‘Barriers to Education & Accessibility’. Submissions could therefore surround topics such as accessibility to mental health resources or learning accommodations. If you are interested in being published please submit either a written piece (of less than 500 words) or any artwork or photography to firstname.lastname@example.org by OCTOBER 10 at 11:59pm.
Are you a second-year student who has to balance EMPLOYMENT and STUDYING? Tell your story! Click here to find out more about participating in the Hard Working Student (HWS) research project! https://wordpress.oise.utoronto.ca/hardwork Participants will be compensated for their time.
Cold Case Investigation Lab: Want to get involved in cold case investigation research? The Cold Case Investigation Lab is currently looking to recruit volunteer research assistants. This opportunity requires volunteers to help populate a database of Canada’s missing and murdered. Volunteer(s) should have an intellectual curiosity and passion for learning about crime, victimology, crime detection, and geographic profiling. The work: Each week, student volunteers will be assigned a segment of the database to populate. The student will employ a Google search to locate demographic, crime scene, and risk factors associated with victims in the database. This is an entry-level volunteer […]