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  3. This conference is an opportunity to bring together faculty, students, staff, and administrators across disciplines and institutions to discuss how teaching and learning creates communities at local, regional, national and international levels. We encourage discussion related to how community creates identities and belonging as well as how notions of community establish boundaries and borders.

    We invite abstract submissions that draw connections to community in evidence-informed teaching practices and welcome research on any area related to teaching and learning in higher education, including (but not limited to):

    Collaborative teaching methods
    Building student community
    Online learning communities and teaching with technology
    Teaching large classes and community building
    Community engaged learning
    Inter- and Trans-disciplinary teaching and learning communities
    Inclusivity and diversity in teaching and learning
    Fostering networks within academia
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  7. This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.
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  8. The CTLT Institute is hosted three times each year by UBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT). The Spring, Summer, and Winter Institutes feature interactive workshops where participants have an opportunity to network, gain practical ideas and share best practices with their fellow colleagues and members of the UBC Community.

    All Institutes are open to UBC faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students and are traditionally held in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC).

    Spring Institute
    Hosted in late May, the Spring Institute offers participants an opportunity to share practices and research around teaching, learning and technology. Workshops are interactive and provide participants an opportunity to network with fellow members of the UBC Community. Topics range from using team-based learning in the classroom to approaches to flexible learning.

    Summer Institute
    Hosted in August/September, the Summer Institute focuses on the fundamentals of teaching and learning issues. It is designed to help participants enhance their understanding of sound teaching practices and how to implement them in their teaching. Workshop topics range from refining a syllabus/lesson plan to incorporating active learning and effective assessment in their teaching.

    Winter Institute
    Hosted from November/December, the Winter Institute is a time for colleagues to come together during the mid-academic year and review innovative teaching practices. It is an opportunity to network with colleagues, review the practical application of techniques and discuss practices that are successful in varying environments.
  9. 15TB of academic research data from published articles for download to explore
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