Put on by CTLT, in partnership with BCCampus, the Liberating Structures Workshop will be held on Feb. 17-19, 2016. This workshop is designed for faculty and instructors, learning designers, and leaders from across campus who are called to facilitate learning, meetings, sessions, groups, presentations, workshops, processes, communication and change.
You may be eligible to apply to your professional development fund for money towards the workshop. If you’re not certain if this workshop would fit within the professional development guidelines for your role, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to registering for the event.
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Join the UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) for the 2014 Summer Institute! This event will run Aug. 25-29, 2014, and is open to all UBC faculty, staff, graduate students, and teaching assistants.
The Summer Institute consists of a series of workshops with a focus on exploring and sharing new teaching and learning practices. Topics range from designing authentic learning objectives to implementing active learning strategies in face-to-face, online and flexible environments.
Summary: This interactive session outlines the issues of website tracking and online privacy, and how these concepts continue to evolve with the advent of new technology and applications. Participants are provided with basic information on how cookies work, why their online activity may be being tracked and by whom, as well as strategies for maintaining privacy online. Bring your own laptop and lunch!