OCA Fall Meeting: Saturday, October 24, 2020

 

This year's meeting with be a virtual edition. The theme is online education.

There is no cost associated with this AGM, but participants are encouraged to become members of the OCA. Membership from this point on will be applied to the 2021 calendar year.

Learn more about the 2020 OCA Fall Meeting.

Harry C. Maynard Scholarships

 

The application deadline for the 2020 Harry C. Maynard Scholarships is November 1, 2020.

Learn more about the Harry C. Maynard Scholarships.

Pay your individual membership fee

 

To pay your individual OCA membership fee via Paypal or credit card,

  • select "Regular Member", "Joint", "Retired" or "University Student" from dropdown menu below
  • enter educational institution
  • click/tap "Pay Now"
Select Regular, Joint, Retired or Student
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Individual membership in the OCA is open to those adults (post-secondary and over 18 years of age) interested in the promotion of Classical Studies in Ontario. Members receive the magazine, registration information for meetings, and additional mailings as needed.

Pay your institutional membership fee

 

New for 2021, University Classics Departments are able to purchase an Institutional Membership according to the scale below.

To pay your institutional OCA membership fee via Paypal or credit card,

  • select "BA-granting institution", "MA-granting institution", or "PhD-granting institution" from dropdown menu below
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15 lessons to explore links between the Islamic and Graeco-Roman worlds through the Aga Khan Museum collection

 

With our Making Connections resource, your Latin, Classical Civilization and History students will:

  • Explore interactions between the Islamic and Graeco-Roman worlds through the Aga Khan Museum collection
  • Think about how civilizations influence each other and inspire future societies

Explore these two important cultures with your students.

Videos and Resources for Classics Teachers

 

Novum Millennium Project: A series of educational videos and resources for Classics teachers

We hope these videos help secondary school teachers deliver the curriculum, but also inspire students to delve deeper into the history of classical civilizations, understanding our pasts help guide our futures.