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Minister of Advanced Education visits class to talk about open textbooks

Minister of Advanced Education visits class to talk about open textbooks

Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson visited a social psychology class at UBC to talk to students about how they have benefitted from the use of open textbooks.

Call for contributions now open

Call for contributions now open

Submit your event for the 2017 CTLT Spring Institute. Submissions will be accepted until March 7th.

Session addresses the intersection between campus and classroom climate at UBC

Session addresses the intersection between campus and classroom climate at UBC

Dr. John Paul (JP) Catungal discusses issues of responsibility and positionality in conversations around classroom and campus climates.

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UBC narrows down list of vendors for new learning technology ecosystem

Find out more about UBC’s project to help shape the university’s next generation learning technology ecosystem (LTE).

UBC professors discuss importance of territory acknowledgements

UBC professors discuss importance of territory acknowledgements

UBC professors discuss the meaning and importance of territory and land acknowledgements, their broader cultural meaning, and how to meaningfully incorporate them into the classroom.

Open textbooks save UBC Math students $1,000,000

Open textbooks save UBC Math students $1,000,000

UBC Math instructors have widely adopted open or freely accessible textbooks, saving students money and providing them with a more customized learning experience.

Developing original learning technology

Developing original learning technology

English professor Tiffany Potter wanted to bring learning technology into her classroom but struggled with how to make technology serve her discipline, rather than the other way around.