CTLT Student Assistant Job Posting

Job Description:

Job title: CTLT Student Assistant

Reports to: Instructional Designer

Positions: 3 positions, 15 hours/week each at $20/hour

Job purpose: The CTLT Student Assistant provides support for the Instructional Designers (IDs) with content management needs of the UNBC learning management system.The timeframe for this position will be over the summer (May - August,2022) at the Prince George Campus or via virtual work.

2022 Robert W. Tait - Implementing Teaching Excellence Award

Monday, March 28, 2022 - 14:30
CTLT is honoured to announce Dr. Daniel Erasmus has been selected for the 2022 Robert W. Tait - Implementing Teaching Excellence Award.
He will present this year's Tait Lecture called: To Teach, Practice, and Learn.
Please join us online on March 28, 2:30-4pm at https://bit.ly/unbc-ctlt-meeting for his lecture.

Grad Teaching Excellence Award

Grad Teaching Excellence Awards

York University v. Access Copyright - The Past and Future of Copyright in Canadian Post-Secondary

Friday, September 3, 2021 - 12:00
On July 30, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a unanimous decision in the York University vs. Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) case.  This highly anticipated decision affirmed that the tariff is not mandatory and gave guidance on ensuring fair dealing maintains a balance between author and user rights. Friday, September 03 at Noon we will review background on the case and the implications for UNBC students and faculty as both creators and users of copyrighted material.

A “Back to the Studs” Pandemic Teaching Philosophy - Reflecting back and looking forward with the UNBC Pedagogy Visioning Committee

Tuesday, July 20, 2021 - 10:30
  • Lisa Dickson is a Full Professor of English at UNBC. She is a 3M National Teaching Fellow, a member of the Executive for the Council of National Fellows for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, and Founding Project Lead for the 3M National Teaching Fellowship Mentoring Network.


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