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Teaching as Performance

By Valeria De La Vega posted on October 30, 2019

Aaron Langille approaches teaching as performance, he shared his six strategies with UBC faculty: voice dynamic, eye contact, audience involvement, pop culture, humour, and improvisation.
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What we’re reading: Jackie Stewart

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Each edition, we ask one CTLT staffer to share their reading list and inspiring stories. This edition, we are pleased to present a look at the bookshelf of Jackie Stewart, deputy academic director. Is there a specific book that inspired you to transform your teaching practice? This summer I spent a lot of time thinking […]
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Free textbooks, an open problem library and more open educational resources being developed at UBC

By Valeria De La Vega posted on October 29, 2019

On October 1, UBC staff and faculty were invited to attend a panel discussion exploring experiences in implementing open educational resources (OER) projects at the University of British Columbia. Christina Hendricks, academic director at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, moderated the panel, in her introduction she defined OER as “any teaching and learning […]
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Call for Applications for Open Educational Resources (OER) Grants

By janice ho posted on September 10, 2019

Over the next four years, UBC is investing $250,000 in annual funding to support open educational resources (OER). Learn about the OER Fund.
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2020 call for proposals for Small Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund Innovation projects

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The Office of the Provost and Vice-President Academic invites faculty, staff and students to submit proposals for small TLEF innovation projects.
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