CEEA-ACÉG members have access to a pool of funding through our mini-grants, first introduced in 2021. The purpose of the mini-grants is to promote SIG and membership engagement, knowledge building, and growth of community. Funding is subject to budget availability and it is released through an application process. See the fillable Mini-grant application form (.docx) for more information or to begin an application.

Anti-Racism Community Resources

Much more work needs to be done within CEEA-ACÉG and institutions across Canada to make engineering education more inclusive and equitable, specifically through anti-racism work and actions. The EDI SIG (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Special Interest Group) is working with CEEA-ACÉG to gather anti-racism resources from higher education institutions and affiliate organizations as resources for our members.

If you would like to add your institution’s action plans and resources to this list please complete this form where you can upload documents and provide links.

While we create our index, please take a moment to review the wealth of information gathered by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).

Quick Guides / Guides rapides

These quick 2-page documents have been reviewed through the E-CORE / CIEL Network to ensure a high quality of information and a concise, easy-to-follow guide. / Ces documents de 2 pages ont été revus par le biais du réseau E-CORE / CIEL pour garantir une information de haute qualité et un guide concis et facile à suivre.

To view the E-CORE page, please click here.


These resources do not necessarily follow the same Quick Guide format (e.g. longer or shorter than 2 pages, not reviewed through E-CORE Network, etc.), but they provide more detailed information on important topics related to online and remote education in a high-quality format.

Land Acknowledgements Guide (Engineers Canada)

Reconnaissance des Premières Nations et des territoires ancestraux (Ingénieurs Canada)
Virtual Icebreakers: a Community Building Tool


Succinct checklists on important topics related to online instruction in engineering education that can be used by instructors across disciplines.

Course Design ChecklistSupporting Student Mental Health in the Virtual Classroom

Engineering Education Research Snacks

E-CORE/CIEL has partnered with Susan McCahan (UofT) and many individuals from the Institute of Engineering Education Research (IEER) to bring you these EER Snacks. These 1-2 page Snacks can be used as introductions for new researchers or summer students, or as refreshers for even the most experienced researchers.

Grab Your Spoon
A Quick Survey on SurveysHow to Create Research Questions
How to Design an Intervention StudyHuman Research Ethics: Can I Use My Own Class For My Research Study?[NEW] Interdisciplinary Research
Quant, Qual and Mixed NutsSelecting A Sample For A Quantitative Research Study[New] Starting Your Line of Research

Statistical Studies: Quantitative DesignWhat Is A Paradigm And How Can I Tell If I'm Swimming In OneScholarship of Teaching and Learning
Validity and Reliability: Quantitative Research Study BuddiesMore on ValidityConstruct - What's That?
Reporting Your Quantitative Research

Click on the webinar of interest, from there each link will take you to a Google Drive folder containing the slides and an audio recording of the session. Visit our Events page to see upcoming Webinars, or check back here after each event to find the recordings.

NSERC Discovery Horizons Grant Brainstorming Session

Session Facilitators: Greg Evans (UofT) and Brian Frank (Queen’s University)

Tuesday, May 25th, 2021, 1:00PM – 2:00PM (EDT)

See Recording + Slides Here

Oral Exams – Improved Learning and Cost-Effectiveness

Session Facilitators: Kristina Edström and Jakob Kuttenkeuler (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)

Monday, March 22, 2021, 11:00AM – 12:30PM (EDT)

You must request access to view these slides and the audio recording. To request access, please contact the E-CORE/CIEL Project at [email protected].

See Recording + Slides Here

Managing Instructor Workload in Online Courses

Session Facilitators: Patti Dyjur and Patrick Kelly (Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary)

Wednesday, December 16, 2020, 11:00AM – 12:30PM (EST)

See Recording + Slides Here

Supporting Student Mental Health in the Virtual Classroom

Session Facilitators: Melissa Fernandes (UofT) and Cori Hanson (UofT)

Thursday, September 3, 2020, 1:00 – 2:30pm (EDT)

See Recording + Slides Here

Building Resilience Through Mindfulness: A Primer for Engineering

Session Facilitators: Janna Rosales (MUN) and Andrew Safer (Safer Mindfulness, Inc.)

Monday, August 31, 2020, 12:30 – 2:00pm (EDT)

See Recording + Slides Here

Assessments 3 – Simple to Grade Approaches

Session Facilitators: Brian Frank (Queen’s), Carol Jaeger (UBC), and Pete Ostafichuk (UBC)

Thursday, August 27, 2020, 2:00 – 3:30pm (EDT)

See Recording + Slides Here

The tables below contain links to course material in the form of Open Educational Resources (OERs). These course materials have been developed with the intention to share broadly and are shared under Creative Commons Licensing. For more information, see the E-CORE Quick Guide on OERs and Creative Commons Licensing.

Click on the headings below to expand the table of relevant links. If you have suggestions for links to add to any of these sections, please contact us at [email protected].

A common question when first looking for OERs for a course, is “how will I know if these resources are right for my needs, and my students’ needs?”. The following rubrics and checklists help to identify important aspects of materials you find online.

Rubric Description
Open Education Resource Repository (OERR) RubricDeveloped by the BCOER Librarians Working Group to provide a process of evaluating open education resource repositories.
Achieve OER rubricsAchieve, a nonprofit education organization, developed this evaluation system for objects found within Open Education Resources.
Faculty Checklist for Evaluating Course MaterialsFrom Open Oregon Educational Resources. A 2-page checklist to assess whether the materials or platform you are considering for adoption will meet student needs.
Accessibility checklist for OERA checklist with additional accessibility resources to help you curate OER. Developed by The Learning Portal and adapted from the BC Open Textbook Accessibility Toolkit

Course MaterialInstitutionDescription
Course Books CollectionUniversity of AlbertaA collection of books and packaged notes and interactive examples covering a wide variety of engineering topics, including:
Electrical Engineering VideosUniversity of AlbertaA series of videos on various electrical engineering topics, including:
Civil Engineering VideosUniversity of AlbertaVideos created by undergraduate students in Civil engineering, covering:

Chemical Engineering VideosUniversity of AlbertaVideos covering the basics of thermodynamics for chemical engineers: Thermodynamics Videos
OER Commons CEEA-ACEG groupGroup for collecting, organizing, and sharing engineering content on the larger OER Commons repository. Anyone can submit content to this group, either your own work or openly-licensed material authored by someone else.
E-Campus Ontario Open LibraryThe eCampusOntario Open Library provides educators and learners with access to more than 250 free and openly-licensed educational resources.
BCcampus Open TextbooksBCcampus has a collection of faculty-reviewed open textbooks available for anyone to use. Limited engineering content, but includes topics such as fundamentals of electrical engineering, engineering computation with MATLAB, and simulation labs for thermodynamics.
Interactive H5P contenteCampusOntario H5P Studio is a portal where educators can create, share, and discover interactive learning objects. This site uses H5P, an open source plugin, to allow content authors to easily create interactive content for their courses or other instructional projects.
Mason OER MetafinderThe Mason OER Meta finder helps people find Open Educational Resources in real time and searches across 21 different sources of open educational materials.
MERLOTAn open repository of the California State University System. Contains a wide range of materials, including slides, exams, videos, projects, assignments, etc. Examples include: a control engineering textbook, a video series on software engineering, and a bridge design simulation.
MIT OpenCourseWareA wide range of open content from MIT courses, including slides, exams, videos, assignments, projects, etc. Covers a wide range of engineering topics/courses, although each has varying amounts of content. Sample topics include mechanics, transport processes, project management, robotics, transportation engineering and much more.

WeBWorK (open online homework) 

Engineering and Physics problems

All problems

An open online homework system that auto-grades calculation, formula, and other types of problems. Primarily math problems, but a sizable collection of engineering and physics (OpenStax) problems have been created. Topics include Statics, Dynamics, Solid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Circuit Analysis, Electromagnetism, Signals and Systems, and more.
Faculty OER ToolkitGuide for faculty on adapting, adopting and evaluating OER.
Accessibility ToolkitGuide for faculty on making open learning materials accessible to everyone (instructions on creating materials for screen readers, etc.).
Trousse d’outils d'accessibilité pour les manuels scolaires ouvert[French translation of the accessibility toolkit]

LearnChemEInstructor and student resources in a variety of chemical engineering areas

PHET simulations

English (211 simulations)

Français (210 simulations)

Physics, Chemistry and Math (and more) simulations - mostly first-year, but includes some topics like rotating frames motion. Coded in Java, Flash, etc., they can be embedded in web pages. 
Computer Aids for Chemical Engineering (CAChE) Teaching ResourcesA list of resources by topic area, some are open and others are not.
IIT Virtual LabsVirtual labs (simulations, lab manuals, review questions, etc. giving a complete university-level lab) covering a range of engineering topics. Run in web browser on the IIT site (no download or embedding needed). 

CEEA ACEG Annual Conference Proceedings

All Publications for CEEA/ACEG are archived on the Queens University library system.

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACÉG 2023 14th Annual Conference
HOST: UBC Okanagan and Okanagan College, Kelowna, British Columbia

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACÉG 2022 13th Annual Conference
HOST: York University, Toronto, ON

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACEG 2021 12th Annual Conference
HOST: University of Prince Edward Island- Charlottetown, PEI

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACEG 2020 11th Annual Conference
HOST: McGill & Concordia

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACEG 2019 10th Annual Conference
HOST: University of Ottawa – Ottawa, Ontario

Proceedings of the CEEA-ACEG 2018 9th Annual Conference
HOST: University of British Columbia – Vancouver, Canada