Assess technology needs, build or implement tools or infrastructure that enhance student learning and assist in the evaluation of teaching, and provide support to users of these technologies.
Do you have ideas or examples of how to bring sustainability into UBC courses? We welcome undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, post-docs, staff, faculty and community members.
This is an emerging community of those at UBC involved in Scholarship of Teaching and Learning work.
This group is for people who want to meet like-minded colleagues to share tips, problems and solutions.
Workshop Series using WebCT Vista, course tools, and emerging technology
Are you interested in expanding your skill set and connecting with others passionate and knowledgeable about instructional skills? The Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) Community of Practice creates
A series of workshops, invited seminars and events organized by the institute for the scholarship of teaching and learning, a research institute within CTLT.
Our three day Instructional Skills Workshops (ISWs) are designed for graduate students interested in developing and enhancing their instructional skills.
Cohort-based program aimed at preparing graduate students for a career teaching in higher education.
This 3-day workshop, which focuses on teaching groups of students, is designed to enhance the teaching effectiveness of both new and experienced educators.
The Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW) is designed for individuals who will be Facilitating the Instructional Skills Workshop at an institution.
This series of workshops is intended for people working in or with UBC Teaching and/or Instructional Support Centres who are facilitators or who would like to do (more) facilitation.
The Connect Institute aims to provide faculty and support staff with the appropriate knowledge and skills to use Connect effectively. Sessions will focus on the broad range of Connect functionality
The CTLT Institute offers you an opportunity to network with colleagues and share practice and experiences around teaching, learning and technology.