Keep Teaching story series

Keep Teaching story series

The Keep Teaching story series aims to share and pay tribute to the work and experiences of UBC faculty from March 2020 to now, and celebrate where this has led to innovative new ways of learning, teaching and working. Explore these stories.

Announcing the 2021/22 Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund Projects

Announcing the 2021/22 Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund Projects

Learn about how this year’s funding helped support Faculties in their efforts to transition courses online, ensure high-quality learning experiences for students and renew funding for 14 TLEF projects.

One year later: How have students fared in online learning?

One year later: How have students fared in online learning?

On March 13, 2020, President Santa Ono officially announced the transition to online classes at UBC. Now one year later, the CTLT invited a panel of students from the Alma Mater Society (AMS) Student Leadership team to reflect on their candid experiences in a fireside chat.

A year of online learning

A year of online learning

In the March edition of Edubytes, our guest editor Dr. Simon Bates looks back on the year since the university made an emergency transition to fully online classes in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Celebrate Learning Week Keynote Speaker: Cia Verschelden

Celebrate Learning Week Keynote Speaker: Cia Verschelden

From May 17 to 23, celebrate teaching and learning at the 12th annual Celebrate Learning Week. This year we introduce Cia Verschelden as the Keynote Speaker.

One-on-one Consultations

One-on-one Consultations

Not sure what the restriction on proctoring tools means for your course? Request your individual consultation with a CTLT learning designer for expert advice and customized support on technologies and strategies for assessment.

Language in the academy

Language in the academy

In the February edition of Edubytes, our guest editors Jennifer Walsh Marr and Dr. Jodie Martin explore academic literacy and language.

Highlights from the 2021 TA Institute

Highlights from the 2021 TA Institute

Explore the key takeaways from the memorable 2021 TA Institute. 700 registrants, 13 teaching development sessions, six themes, and one certainty: TAs are essential members of a course teaching team!

Mid-course feedback resources

Mid-course feedback resources

Find out how you can use mid-course feedback to adopt a learner-centred approach to teaching. Explore tips, question guides and more.

Indigenization Q & A: a conversation with Christina Hendricks

Indigenization Q & A: a conversation with Christina Hendricks

CTLT’s Academic Director Christina Hendricks reflects on what she has been learning in her role to support Indigenization as a leader on UBC’s Vancouver campus.