2011 CTLT Spring Institute

We’d like to thank everybody who attended sessions and workshops during the 2011 CTLT Institute. From May 24 – 27, members of the UBC community came together to explore new technologies and practices, share their own experiences, and engage what it means to be part of a community.

We’d also like to thanks to all the presenters, facilitators and volunteers who shared their time and expertise to make the CTLT Institute the success that it is. For those who were unable to attend any of the sessions, below are some of the resources shared during the sessions. Please feel free to review them at your leisure.

From the CTLT Institute team, we’d like to thank everybody again and we hope to see all of you next year!


Tuesday, May 24

Exploring Variations on a Theme of Highly Effective Teaching

Dan Pratt

Read an article about the session on the CTLT website


Post-Access Copyright: Implications for Your Teaching

Joy Kirchner

Read an article about the session on the CTLT website


CTLT Showcase: Distributed Learning: A Model for Graduate Training in the Public Health

Patti Janssen

Download Patti's presentation.


Free Stuff! Finding and Reusing Open Educational Resources

Brian Lamb

See Brian's presentation on the UBC Wiki.

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Wednesday, May 25

Mobile Devices - Lunch'n'Learn

Read an article about the session on the CTLT website

Thursday, May 26

Instructor Capacity-building for Working with Aboriginal Topics in Diverse Classrooms

Erin Hansen and Amy Perrault

Learn more about the two research projects discussed at the session:

You can also read an article about the session on the CTLT website


Teaching with Technology: Wikis, WordPress and More

Novak Rogic and Will Engle

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Using Debate in the Classroom: Students Rise to the Challenge

Gail Hammond

  • Download the presentation (PDF)
  • Debate Judging Checklist (PDF)
  • Student Feedback Form for Debates (PDF)

Friday, May 27

Qualitative and Quantitative Research: How Do We Validate These Forms of Knowing?

Joanne Nakonechny

Download Joanne's presentation.


Lunch n' Learn: Designing for Accessibility

Afsaneh Sharif and Josefina Rosado

See Afsaneh and Josefina's presentation on the UBC Wiki.


Developing a Unit-Level ISoTL Program: Reflections and Lessons Learned

John Egan, Ph.D.

Download John's presentation.

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source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Documentation:CTLT_programs/CTLT_Institute/2011_Resources

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