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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.

Keep Teaching Website

Keep Teaching Website

The Keep Teaching website supports faculty in developing their own strategies to continue to meet the needs of their courses online, if there are disruptions in on-campus teaching and learning. 

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.

Creating learning tools for students with students

Creating learning tools for students with students

How do you create valuable learning tools for university students? Russ Algar and Steven Barnes answered this question when developing their own online learning tools for their courses. The answer: partner with students to create them.

Announcing the 2020/21 TLEF Projects

Announcing the 2020/21 TLEF Projects

The Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF) has funded over 1,200 projects since 1991. This year the number continues to grow. Learn about the 2020/21 TLEF awarded projects.

Recap: TA Institute 2020

Recap: TA Institute 2020

From January 13 to 16, graduate and undergraduate teaching assistants (TAs) and aspiring TAs gathered at the CTLT for the TA Institute, a four-day workshop series on teaching. Read about their learning experience.

Peering into the Classroom

Peering into the Classroom

After 19 years of post-secondary teaching, John Vigna decided to rededicate and re-energize his teaching practice with an outrageous idea: to have every lecture of his 12-week Introduction to Writing Fiction course peer reviewed. Read about his journey.

Career development program helps build a sense of community for new faculty at UBC

Career development program helps build a sense of community for new faculty at UBC

The CTLT Teaching Development Program for New Faculty is designed to support UBC faculty members who are new to teaching at UBC. Read an interview with Emily Renoe, Senior Educational Consultant, to learn more about the program.