Edubytes

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.

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.

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

In the January edition of Edubytes, our guest editor Dr. Jaclyn (Jackie) Stewart provides an introduction to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), equity, diversity, and inclusion in SoTL work, and how SoTL is well-positioned to understand the impacts of the pandemic on teaching and learning.

2020 in review (or, the 12 days of Edubytes)

2020 in review (or, the 12 days of Edubytes)

In the December edition of Edubytes, the Edubytes editorial team look back on the resources, articles and stories that stood out across the year in teaching and learning.

The Indigenous Strategic Plan: An Overview

The Indigenous Strategic Plan: An Overview

In the November edition of Edubytes, our editorial explores the development and implementation of UBC’s recently launched Indigenous Strategic Plan.

Open education

Open education

In the October edition of Edubytes, our guest editors, Dr. Surita Jhangiani, Georgia Yee and Shivani Mehta, will be exploring the topic of open education.

Anti-racism in academia

Anti-racism in academia

In the September edition of Edubytes, our guest editors, Dr. Hanae Tsukada, Dr. Kari Grain, and Dr. Hartej Gill, discuss the role of Anti-racism in academia.

(Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves)

(Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves)

In the August edition of Edubytes, our guest editors, Dr. Laurie McNeill, professor of teaching and chair of first-year programs at the Department of English Language and Literatures and Kim Kiloh, director of the Centre for Student Involvement and Careers, will be exploring (Re)Orientations: Small strategies to support new learners (including ourselves).

Guiding principles for teaching in the fall

Guiding principles for teaching in the fall

In the July edition of Edubytes, Catherine Rawn, Tiffany Potter, and Kieran Forde introduce the subject of this edition: Guiding principles for teaching in fall 2020.

A thoughtful online transition

A thoughtful online transition

In the June edition of Edubytes, the Academic Director of the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) and Professor of Teaching, at the Department of Philosophy Christina Hendricks, introduces the subject of this edition: A thoughtful online transition.