Event Date & Time
The CTLT Indigenous Initiatives team will be hosting an Open House to welcome everyone back for the upcoming academic year. Come by for some light refreshments, meet and learn more about our team, and network with other members of the UBC teaching and learning community who are interested in classroom climate and engaging with Indigenous content in university settings. At our Open House, we will:
- preview this year’s Classroom Climate series, and
- share information and updates about our services and educational resources
This year, we’ve also invited special guests to introduce additional resources available on campus:
- Kim Lawson from Xwi7xwa Library will be joining us to talk about library resources for undergraduate research on Indigenous topics;
- (11AM) Sue Rowley from the Museum of Anthropology will be demonstrating the c̓əsnaʔəm educator’s toolkit; and
- …more special guests TBA.
Come join us!
About Indigenous Initiatives:
Indigenous Initiatives at CTLT develops and offers programming, resources, and consultations focused on Indigenous engagement in curriculum, pedagogy, classroom climate, and professional development.
To facilitate respectful dialogue in learning spaces on campus and within the communities we work, we provide support and professional development for faculty, teaching assistants, and graduate students who are teaching in face-to-face, blended, or online classes.
Indigenous Initiatives supports the UBC teaching and learning community in connecting with the unceded Musqueam land on which our learning and work takes place. Our resources, programming, and services are informed by our relationship with the Musqueam First Nation. We recognize the value that this ongoing relationship brings to our work and to the university more broadly. We make every effort to continue this relationship respectfully and in accordance with the Memorandum of Affiliation created between the Musqueam Nation and UBC.