UBC staff in a diversity of roles will find learning opportunities in some of CTLT’s programs. If you’re looking to gain learning and emerging technology skills or presentation skills or you’re just wanting to hear the latest in teaching innovations, explore what these programs have to offer.

For more extensive professional development and career skills, please visit the UBC Human Resources’ Organizational Development & Learning website and UBC’s Association of Administrative and Professional Staff (AAPS) Professional Development Program.

Events, programs, resources and services


CTLT Institutes

The Spring, Summer and Winter Institutes feature interactive workshops.
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Classroom Climate Series

A set of professional development workshops offered throughout the academic year.
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Open UBC Week

Held in conjunction with the International Open Access Week and UBC’s Celebrate Learning Week.
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DIY Media

Media experts, faculty support professionals, librarians and instructional designers share what they know and learn from each other.
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Learning communities

Provide spaces for critical discussion, interdisciplinarity, learner-centered thinking, and social innovation to take place.
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Integrating Indigenous content in to your course design

This workshop is designed for anyone in the UBC teaching and learning community who is interested in integrating Indigenous content into a course they are developing.
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Exploring Indigenous perspectives in teaching practice and learning design

A three-part workshop series designed for anyone who is interested in integrating Indigenous content into a course they are developing.
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Celebrate Learning Week

Celebrate Learning Week is an annual week-long initiative celebrating teaching and learning opportunities at UBC.
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WordPress & Wiki drop-ins

The drop-in clinics are open for administrators of UBC weblogs or websites to get one-on-one support in WordPress and Wiki.
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Digital Tattoo

The goal of the project is to raise questions, provide examples and links to resources and navigate issues in forming and re-forming your digital identity.
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