Inclusive Teaching & Learning Supports
The CTL is committed to advancing accessibility, equity, inclusion, and diversity in teaching and learning.
In working towards this goal, we hired two Education Consultants for Inclusion in early 2021 and are currently in the process of creating evidence-based resources that will support our campus community in designing and delivering inclusive teaching and learning practices.
Arrange a Consultation
CTL Educational Consultants for Inclusion can assist you with:
- Developing and assessing course design, curriculum, and educational resources for accessibility and inclusive practices;
- Designing, facilitating, and evaluating professional development programs, workshops, and educational programs on topics related to inclusion and accessibility;
- Strategies and approaches to enable productive conversations around socially contentious issues that arise in teaching and learning environments;
- Feedback on inclusive teaching practices through classroom (virtual or in-person) observation.
Contact the CTL Helpdesk to arrange a consultation with an Educational Consultant for Inclusion.
Additional Campus Resources
Provides community and culturally appropriate services and support to First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students. Designated Aboriginal Student Advisors are available to assist students in navigating their academic journey through a holistic approach that includes academic, cultural, social, and physical considerations.
Works to ensure that UBC meets its legal and ethical obligations to accommodate disabled students and students who have chronic medical conditions. This work is mandated by UBC Policy LR7 and BC’s Human Rights Code. Faculty are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with this policy and how student learning accommodations and processes operate at UBC Okanagan.
Allows faculty to identify concerns of student wellbeing or academic performance. When an Early Alert is submitted, students are connected with support in a coordinated approach before difficulties become overwhelming.
Provides professional development and educational activities to grow your understanding around equity, diversity, and inclusion as well as support for human rights-based discrimination and/or harassment.
Advisors are available to assist students with a wide range of concerns, including:
- Immigration documentation advising
- Health insurance
- Working in Canada (co-op, PGWP, and SP)
- Career programming (ICDP)
- Degree progression/academic concerns
- General advising and transitional support
- Intercultural programming and events
A supportive environment designed to facilitate student learning and research through access and training with assistive technologies.
Available to support researchers through each step of Indigenous community-based research.
A collaborative effort to make the University a better place to live, work and learn through a systems-wide approach to wellbeing across our campuses.