Toronto Branch provides a variety of learning opportunities throughout the year—different lengths, different formats, different venues.
Many of our own members (acknowledged experts in their fields) share their expertise, and we often bring in speakers and instructors from a distance, as well as from other disciplines. Our events are well-known and well attended. Be sure to register early.
COURSES provide an in-depth look at a type of research, a geographical area, or technology. Expect small class sizes, lots of discussion, handouts, a little homework, and sometimes a hands-on component.
WORKSHOPS are all-day affairs on a single theme, but with a number of speakers and several lectures. We usually have just two or three of these each year.
THE TORONTO HISTORY LECTURE is an annual free lecture that features new research into the history of Toronto.
Members of Toronto Branch OGS are first in line to hear about educational events, and benefit from a lower registration fee. We’d love to have you join us!