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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.

Congrats! Time and Place at UBC receives TLEF grant.

Time and Place at UBC receives TLEF project grant!

We are pleased to announce that Time and Place at UBC: Our Histories and Relations has received a TLEF (Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund) project grant. The grant will enable the project to enter an exciting and meaningful phase of development with the creation of a new timeline row that presents the history of the […]

SAVE THE DATE!

SAVE THE DATE!

The 2016 CTLT Summer Institute will take place from August 22-25 on the UBC Vancouver Campus.

The classroom as a space of feeling: pedagogical challenges and opportunities

Faculty Profile: Dr. John Paul Catungal

Aboriginal Initiatives’ works closely in partnership with Faculty Advisory and Musqueam Advisory groups to guide and co-deliver our programming. We are fortunate to partner with community members, faculty members, and graduate students who lend their expertise and experiences to facilitating our sessions. We’d like to introduce you to some of the people we work with through a […]

2016 Research Impact Challenge

2016 Research Impact Challenge

Register for Research Impact Challenge, an event for faculty and graduate students that focuses on increasing the impact of research.

FNIS major and Aboriginal Initiatives Practicum Student Rebecca Doughty

Introducing…Aboriginal Initiatives Practicum Student Rebecca Doughty!

The Aboriginal Initiatives Team is excited to once again be partnering with the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Program to host a research practicum student. Fourth-year FNIS major, Rebecca Doughty, has been working since the fall with Aboriginal Initiatives on a “reboot” of What I Learned In Class Today. This spring, Rebecca will be conducting interviews […]