Student Space

In this section, you will find information and ressources for students to better understand their academic learning experience at Glendon.


Web-enhanced Learning

A face-to-face lecture delivery format is utilized where learning is supplemented by web materials, resources or activities. Web-enhanced courses will use a learning management system (LMS) such as Moodle to make lecture notes and recordings available, provide links to resources, online quizzes, discussion forums, etc. Usual face-to-face instruction time remains the same in these courses despite the addition of a web component.

The flipped classroom is a form of web-enhanced learning which involves the practice of giving students access to lectures electronically and using the face-to-face class time for interactive activities.

Blended Learning

In the blended mode, also known as ‘hybrid’, class time is a combination of face-to-face and online delivery.

Face-to-face instruction is replaced by online instruction for one third of the course, while one third of the course is delivered face-to-face. The remaining third may be any combination of online or face-to-face.

Total course contact hours will remain the same as a traditional face-to-face course.

Fully Online

Students do not physically attend classes. All lectures and course activities are delivered online. The student may be required to come to campus (or another location) to write tests or exams.

Course directors may create opportunities for students to come to campus but attendance is not mandatory.

Information from the Office of the Associate Vice-President Teaching and Learning of York University. For more information, see here.



Teaching Commons eLearning Guide

Please visit the Experiential Education website for more information


Glendon’s Office of Academic Services provides a range of registration and support services to students. This office is responsible for maintaining the integrity of student academic records and offers information on University and Faculty rules and regulations, program requirements, grades and average requirements, program changes and petitions processes. The Office of Academic Services is also responsible for all information about Glendon courses, enrolment, and Glendon course and exam schedules.

The Mini-Guide for Glendon Faculty Members contains relevant information including forms, dates and deadlines and examples of course outlines, etc.

Visit the Frost Library website
Discover the bilingual resources and services the Leslie Frost Library offers to support student research at Glendon by visiting our website at

Need research help?
Not sure how to find that article you need? Have a quick research question? Visit our reference desk at the library! Not on campus? Ask a librarian through our virtual reference chat service by visiting the Frost website ( or at Have a complex research assignment and not sure where to start? You can also make an appointment with a librarian to receive personalized research help by emailing us at

Find spaces to study and collaborate @ Frost Library
Need a quiet place to work? Visit our newly-renovated reading room at the Library! Need to work in a group? Book one of our study rooms by visiting

Discover our research guides
Not sure where to look for subject-specific sources? Check out our bilingual subject research guides here or on your course sites in Moodle. These guides are developed by subject librarians with recommended tools for your program.

Order your books from Keele campus to be delivered at Glendon!
Get your books from Scott Library, Osgoode Library, Bronfman Business Library and Steacie Science & Engineering Library delivered to Frost through our catalogue. Find out more at

Find your course reserves @ the Library
Has your professor put readings on reserve for your course? Reserve materials are high-demand items that your professor has put aside for you at the Frost Library circulation desk. To search for materials on reserve, select the Course Reserves tab on the search box of the library website, and then enter either the course code or instructor’s last name as your search term.

Test your knowledge of academic integrity
A central webpage with basic information on academic integrity has been created for Glendon students at This page links students to a Moodle course from which a SPARK training module on academic integrity and a corresponding quiz can be completed. Frost Library also offers a series of workshops over the year to students wanting to learn more about how to complete class assignments with academic integrity in mind.

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