First-Year Educators’ Symposium

First-Year Educators’ Symposium

For faculty and staff who are passionate about and interested in teaching and student engagement in relation to the first-year experience (FYE) at UBC.

New Faculty Orientation Guide

New Faculty Orientation Guide

The 2018/19 New Faculty Orientation Guide provides a helpful collection of materials most commonly of interest to new faculty in their first year of teaching at UBC.

CTLT Annual Report

CTLT Annual Report

The 2017-18 Annual Report focuses on a selection of key activities highlighting the different ways we are supporting faculty, staff and students at UBC.

CIRTL Summer Institute

CIRTL Summer Institute

Join us for a five-day teaching intensive that combines an emphasis on learning evidence and theory-based approaches to teaching and learning with the opportunity to apply those theories in practice.

Announcement: The Appointment of Dr. Simon Bates, Associate-Provost, Teaching and Learning

Announcement: The Appointment of Dr. Simon Bates, Associate-Provost, Teaching and Learning

On May 28, 2018, Professor Andrew Szeri, Provost and Vice-President Academic announced the appointment of Dr. Simon Bates to the role of Associate-Provost, Teaching and Learning.

Register today for the 2017 Celebrate Learning Week keynote speaker

Register today for the 2017 Celebrate Learning Week keynote speaker

Distinguished Washington University professor, Roddy Roediger will show how frequent quizzing can improve educational outcomes.

Call for contributions now open

Call for contributions now open

Submit your event for the 2017 CTLT Spring Institute. Submissions will be accepted until March 7th.

Learning Technology Environment (LTE) Renewal project

Learning Technology Environment (LTE) Renewal project

Give your feedback regarding the LTE Renewal project. Brightspace and Canvas exploratory sessions for faculty will take place from January 31–February 3, 2017.

Learning Technology Environment Renewal Project

Learning Technology Environment Renewal Project

Faculty and students are being consulted university-wide to evaluate future options for the core of our Learning Technology Environment. Your feedback is essential to capture the pedagogical and functional requirements that support faculty in meeting their teaching goals and students in their learning.