Introduction to Blackboard

Are you a faculty member new to Blackboard or one who needs a refresher?  We have a great workshop for you.  Join us on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 10:00am to noon on the Abbotsford campus for our Blackboard Introductory Workshop facilitated by Gordon Jang. This workshop will provide you with an overview of Blackboard Learn. […]

Indigenizing the Curriculum

Indigenizing the Curriculum, facilitated by Linda Pardy, offers a fascinating opportunity that provides strategies and techniques which addresses the absence of Indigenous ways of knowing and history in the curriculum. For the most part, faculty members agree that being more inclusive in their teaching provides a greater depth of learning for students, however, most are unsure […]

We have moved!!

The Teaching & Learning Centre and Educational Technology Services have moved offices temporarily during renovations.  Find us down the hall in G159.

We Are Moving!

The Teaching & Learning Centre and Educational Technology Services are moving offices on November 15, 2016 temporarily during renovations.  Find us down the hall in G159.

Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW) – Dec. 12-16

The Facilitator development Workshop provides individuals with an opportunity for professional development in a challenging and supportive atmosphere and provides connections to a larger instructional development network.  The FDW is a peer-based model providing participants with a small group setting in which to work on facilitation skills. The small groups meet in plenary sessions each […]

Faculty Focus

Higher Ed Teaching Strategies from Magna Publications. Finding Signs of Progress When Learning is Slow    

TLC IS Now On Social Media!

TLC is now on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!  Follow/like/share us to make sure you don’t miss out on all the great opportunities TLC has to offer.       

Getting Students Names Right: It’s Personal

Faculty Focus provides an excerpt from To My Professor: Student Voices for Great College Teaching, a new book that brings together student experiences and opinions with advice from master educators and experts, speaking to the importance of getting students names right. View this link for the full article.