Events

Examining Assessment Equity: Connecting MCQ Assessment to Experiential Learning Outcomes (2019 Archive)

Sandy Bonny | University of Saskatchewan Joyce McBeth | University of Saskatchewan Workshop | Monday, May 6 at 10:45 am – 12:00 pm | LIB 306 Learning through experience – rather than through textual authority – positions personal interpretations, tangential connections, and culturally-nested ways of knowing as integral to post-secondary knowledge exchange. Authentic reflection, integration […]

Experiential Learning Activities (2019 Archive)

We’ll spend the afternoon of Monday the 6th experiencing learning first hand by participating in Experiential Learning Activities- 1.5 or 3 hour opportunities to learn something new with a group of your conference peers and Activity leaders. Use this Google Sheet to sign-up for Activities(s) to fill your afternoon. Each Activity has a limited number […]

Information for Presenters (2019 Archive)

Presentations Three presenters will share their work in this 75-minute session. Each presenter should plan to speak for 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of Q&A while the next presenter gets ready.  We strongly encourage presenters to not exceed 20 minutes, as this cuts into the time of your colleague giving the next presentation. There […]

Next Generation Program Mapping (2019 Archive)

Sophia Palahicky | Royal Roads University Workshop | Tuesday, May 7 at 9:00 am – 10:15 am | LIB 312 Program mapping is viewed as a way to capture the learning journey – an opportunity to identify the state of the curriculum as well as the teaching process itself, and determine areas for adjustment and […]

Unpacking Experiential Learning (2019 Archive)

Experiential Learning Task Force Manuela Reekie | UBC Okanagan Kristi Carter | UBC Okanagan Laura Prada | UBC Okanagan Vania Chan | UBC Okanagan Workshop | Monday, May 6 at 10:45 am – 12:00 pm | LIB 305 Experiential learning (EL) opportunities can take many shapes and forms and incorporating this form of learning into […]

Do Studies of Active Learning in Post-Secondary Science Education Reveal Gendered Effect on Student Outcomes? (2019 Archive)

Jennifer Stonehouse | UBC Okanagan Poster | Monday, May 6 at 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm | Commons Galleria Student-centred active learning is increasingly replacing traditional didactic, lecture-based methods. Overall gains are commonly reported from inverted, problem-based, and experiential learning practices. Information is increasingly available regarding discipline-specific outcomes for different groups (e.g. underrepresented minorities, socio-economic […]

Creating a collaborative experiential ecosystem to build bridges for student success (2019 Archive)

Dave Thomas | Simon Fraser University Dana Stephenson | Riipen Presentation | Tuesday, May 7 at 10:45 am – 12:00 pm | LIB 317 Dave Thomas, Lecturer and Mentor-In-Residence, at The Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University, partnered with the educational technology platform Riipen in a 3rd-year Strategic Marketing course in 2018. Students […]

Using Self-Reflection Activities to Aid Students’ Transition into University Learning Environments: A Case Study with UBC’s Science One Program (2019 Archive)

Nolan Bett | UBC Vancouver Chris Addison | UBC Vancouver James Charbonneau | UBC Vancouver Presentation | Tuesday, May 7 at 10:45 am – 12:00 pm | LIB 317 Each student in a class experiences different challenges, whether with comprehension of course material or with issues extending beyond the classroom. By assigning regular self-reflection activities […]

Indigenizing the Engineering Curriculum: Second Steps (2019 Archive)

Florence Belanger-Jones | UBC Okanagan Presentation | Tuesday, May 7 at 9:00 am – 10:15 am | LIB 317 UBC’s School of Engineering has committed to incorporating Indigenous content in undergraduate courses through customized curricular additions. Presentation attendees will gain insight into the collaborative process of choosing instructional strategies to deliver this content, challenges and […]

Using Learning Analytics to improve teaching and learning (2019 Archive)

Jeff Longland | UBC Learning Analytics Project Firas Moosvi | UBC Learning Analytics Project Workshop | Tuesday, May 7 at 10:45 am – 12:00 pm | LIB 312 Learning Analytics is a rapidly emerging field centred around data-driven decisions to improve teaching and learning. Information from learning data can come from any of the tools […]