Annual Report

Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre 

CENTRE FOR TEACHING, LEARNING AND TECHNOLOGY

2018/19 Annual Report

Welcome to the 2018/19 Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) Annual Report.

Read through a selection of the CTLT’s activities from this past year, showcasing how we are supporting UBC’s teaching and learning community.

 

Christina Hendricks

Message from the Director

As I finish my first year as Academic Director of the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, I am happy to have the opportunity to reflect back on our work during the past academic year in preparing our 2018/19 annual report. We have chosen to organize this report according to the strategies within the Transformative Learning section of the UBC strategic plan, Shaping UBC’s Next Century, as well as the three themes in that plan: inclusion, collaboration and innovation. This report highlights just a few of the many activities we have undertaken and projects we have supported that relate to these strategies and themes. Many of the stories collected here showcase our collaborations with faculty, staff and students across the university community, such as our work supporting departments and programs to renew their curricula around program learning outcomes. We facilitate innovation through supporting Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund projects and the learning analytics hackathons, where students work with real learning data to create innovative applications that support learning. And we promote inclusive teaching through our work with projects such as the newly launched Inclusive Teaching @ UBC website and IN/Relation, which supports international students in learning about their roles as guests on unceded Musqueam territory.

For the coming year, we are thrilled to welcome a new Deputy Academic Director as of July 2019, Dr. Jaclyn Stewart. We also look forward to supporting the UBC Indigenous Strategic Plan, which details the university’s response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action, as well as the upcoming Inclusion Action Plan and other strategic priorities. Please get in touch if you’d like to learn more about what we do and how you can be involved!

christina hendricks, phd

Academic Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology
Professor of Teaching, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts

 

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CTLT by the numbers

*May 2018 – April 2019

Engaging the UBC teaching and learning community

 

We share our expertise and innovative practices through a myriad of professional development workshops, institutes and events dedicated to enhancing teaching and learning.

 

3,626

 

Attendees in 2018/19

 

256

 

Departments & Units Represented

 

418

 

Workshops & Seminars

 

Curriculum support

 

A core function of the unit is to provide support and guidance on program and course design and renewal.

 

20

 

New programs supported

 

32

 

Renewed Programs Supported

 

19

 

new distance education
courses developed

 

15

 

major revisions of distance education
courses supported

 

Student employees

 

The CTLT’s support of undergraduate and graduate education spans from teacher-training workshops and individualized assistance through teaching assistant training programs and institutes.

 

100

 

graduate and undergraduate students working with the ctlt

 

27

 

facilitators (graduate students)

 

33

 

learning technology rovers (co-op undergraduate students) in 7 faculties

 

Read the full 2018/19 CTLT Annual Report

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Publications and visitors

 

Staff from the CTLT regularly contribute to the higher education teaching and learning community by sharing their expertise. View a list comprising some of our scholarly output from this past year as well as a list of hosted visitors at ctlt.ubc.ca/pub