E-Learning refers to technology enhanced learning, including the use of mobile technologies, web-based teaching materials, multimedia, collaborative social software tools, and course management software such as Blackboard Connect. Here at UBC many of our instructors use a combination of technologies to support and enhance the face to face teaching environment.

The Centre for Teaching and Learning is committed to a scholarly approach toward technology use. To learn more about innovative and effective e-learning strategies, please contact us.

Welcome to E-Learning

Welcome to UBC Okanagan’s e-Learning website, a hub where faculty, can find access and important resources on UBC's supported learning tools.

New to E-Learning?

If you are new to learning and teaching with technology or looking for new ideas, browse through the E-Learning Toolkit. It provides an overview and useful tips on how to use the learning tools effectively.

Training and Support

Find out about professional development, training opportunities, and learning communities in the Training and Support section of the site.

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For more information, please contact an E-Learning Instructional Support Specialist:

Janine Hirtz, janine.hirtz@ubc.ca or 250.807.9133
Vania Chan, vania.chan@ubc.ca or 250.807.9408
Bruce Young bruce.young@ubc.ca or 250.807.9027

CTL Testimonials

"I always enjoy talking to the CTL because they have neat ideas about new technology to try in the classroom. They are willing to come to my class to orient the students and helped me with all the technical issues. Having them there gave me the confidence to try new technology."

"CTL is instrumental in bringing innovation and technology into teaching and learning at UBC Okanagan. Their commitment and contribution in improving the quality of education at our campus is highly valuable. My experience with them through the course of the last eight years has been rich, rewarding and remarkable."