By Emi Sasagawa on December 2, 2016
Find out more about UBC’s project to help shape the university’s next generation learning technology ecosystem (LTE).
By Wendy Chan on December 2, 2016
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.
By Emi Sasagawa on November 7, 2016
Jon Festinger, an instructor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, explains how he has been using open education tools to engage students in a course about video game law.
By Emi Sasagawa on November 4, 2016
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.
By Wendy Chan on September 29, 2016
This year’s orientation, hosted in late August by CTLT and UBC Human Resources, welcomed more than ninety new faculty and staff members from a range of units, departments, and faculties.
By Letitia Englund on September 29, 2016
Philosophy professor Christina Hendricks created Studiorum, a set of plugins for WordPress, to improve the critiquing process for students in her Arts One.
By Emi Sasagawa on August 31, 2016
Curriculum mapping is helping departments across UBC identify gaps or redundancies in their degree programs, and spot missed opportunities.
By Terri Kennedy on August 31, 2016
Faculty and students are being consulted university-wide to evaluate future options for the core of our Learning Technology Environment. Your feedback is essential to capture the pedagogical and functional requirements that support faculty in meeting their teaching goals and students in their learning.