The student experience

The student experience

This month, our guest editors, Dr. Benjamin Cheung and Hiro Ito, will be exploring the topic of the student experience, with a focus on student wellbeing and learning.

Online Teaching Program launching in June

Online Teaching Program launching in June

This summer, the CTLT will be launching a program intended to support faculty in preparing to teach online for Winter Term 1. Learn more.

Survey: UBC student experiences of emergency remote teaching

Survey: UBC student experiences of emergency remote teaching

This April, a survey was conducted to better understand the UBC student experience of transitioning to remote learning and its impact on student wellbeing because of the COVID-19 outbreak. See the results.

Planning for online courses and managing health and wellbeing

Planning for online courses and managing health and wellbeing

As courses continue to be taught remotely, this month’s edition offers curated articles on effectively planning online courses and supporting the wellbeing and mental health of students and yourselves while teaching online.

Read the latest edition of Dialogues

Read the latest edition of Dialogues

Dialogues is a bi-monthly e-newsletter featuring CTLT news, events, current partnerships and projects happening within the UBC teaching and learning community.

Celebrating Teaching Excellence: Nominating a 3M National Teaching Fellowship 2020

Celebrating Teaching Excellence: Nominating a 3M National Teaching Fellowship 2020

The CTLT hosted an online panel featuring some of UBC’s 3M National Teaching Fellows. The panellists compared their experiences on what made their packages successful, as well as provided advice for future nominees.

CTLT Remote Teaching Institute

CTLT Remote Teaching Institute

The CTLT Remote Teaching Institute supports UBC faculty in developing strategies to engage in online learning environments. Register today!

Effective Online Teaching Practices

Effective Online Teaching Practices

This month includes articles and resources that provide a range of perspectives for educators who are adjusting to teaching online due to the impact of COVID-19.

Improving accessibility with open resources

Improving accessibility with open resources

The CTLT’s Academic Director, Christina Hendricks, shares the department’s commitment to creating open and accessible resources. Read the full statement.

Announcing the 2020/21 Open Educational Resources Fund awarded projects

Announcing the 2020/21 Open Educational Resources Fund awarded projects

Over $220,050 has been awarded to support the development and implementation of a wide range of open projects. Read more.