Special Call: Large Teaching & Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF)

Special Call: Large Teaching & Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF)

UBCV faculty are invited to submit letters of intent (LOI) for this special call for Large TLEF Transformation projects, focused on hybrid and multi-access course redesign. Deadline: July 14, 2022.

Dialogues – June 2022

Dialogues – June 2022

Read the latest teaching and learning news, resources and events from the CTLT.

Indigenous Initiatives Design Series: Decolonizing Teaching and Learning in STEM

Indigenous Initiatives Design Series: Decolonizing Teaching and Learning in STEM

As Indigenous perspectives are being more integrated into curricula, STEM has often been thought to be a challenging area to approach for change. In this story, three instructors share how, through their experiences with the Indigenous Initiatives Design Series workshops, they implemented durable change in their courses.

Hybrid learning at UBC’s School of Creative Writing

Hybrid learning at UBC’s School of Creative Writing

Two instructors explain how they worked with a Large TLEF grant to redefine the learning experience for students and positively impacted instructor cohesion in the department.

Celebrate Learning Week 2022

Celebrate Learning Week 2022

In the Celebrate Learning Week edition of Edubytes, we have highlighted a few of the many informative sessions that took place. This year’s CLW included a mix of virtual and in-person sessions, primarily focused on the themes of Inclusivity and Accessibility.

Student Learning Technology Rovers

Student Learning Technology Rovers

In the April edition of Edubytes, we are profiling student rovers supporting faculty and staff with learning technologies at UBC Vancouver.

CTLT Spring Institute

CTLT Spring Institute

From May 30 – June 3, 2022, the CTLT Spring Institute will focus on purposeful innovation in teaching practices, educational research, student services, and learning technology to support student success and experiences.

H5P: supporting knowledge assessment through interactivity

H5P: supporting knowledge assessment through interactivity

Dr. Simon Lolliot and Dr. Kayli Johnson explain what H5P does and how it benefits student learning through formative assessments.

Ungrading: a radical old idea, picking up steam

Ungrading: a radical old idea, picking up steam

In the March edition of Edubytes, we look at the concept of “Ungrading”, examine why it has a growing community of advocates and share a robust collection of resources about the topic with our guest editors Dr. Firas Moosvi, Dr. Celeste Leander, and Dr. Jaclyn Stewart.

Celebrate Learning Week – 2022 Call for Submissions

Celebrate Learning Week – 2022 Call for Submissions

Submit your event showcasing inclusivity and accessibility at UBC by Wednesday, April 13, 2022.