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By Janey Lew on December 4, 2015
Taking Classroom Climate Online CTLT Winter Institute Wednesday, December 9, 9:30 am – 11:30 am Lillooet Room 301, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 East Mall Register now for Taking Classroom Climate Online, a faculty roundtable and discussion on how to address issues of identity in online and blended learning environments, considerations of place and location when […]
By Wendy Chan on November 26, 2015
As part of the yearlong Classroom Climate series, CTLT Aboriginal Initiatives hosted three workshops in fall 2015.
By Janey Lew on November 10, 2015
Bridging the Knowledge Gap What can we do to “bridge the knowledge gap” – whether that be remediating our own knowledge gaps to avoid the kinds of problems identified by my student, or providing our students with a firmer grounding of basic information on Indigenous topics to raise the level of conversation in our courses? […]
By Sarah Ling on March 27, 2015
Where Are We in the World? is a new film series that features sites around the Lower Mainland shaped by often ignored or hidden histories of struggle and agency.
By Wendy Chan and Amy Luo on March 25, 2015
Susan Rowley and Jordan Wilson discuss the new exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology: ćǝsnaɁǝm, the city before the city. The exhibit aims to bring awareness to the deep-seated and often neglected Musqueam history beneath Vancouver.
By Wendy Chan on January 27, 2015
Sarah Ling, Hanae Tsukada, Amy Perreault, and Drew Ann Wake share new digital resources that highlight UBC’s relationships with Indigenous peoples. Learn more about these teaching and learning tools.