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You can find teaching and learning documentation for common documents and new ideas below:
Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)
A Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is a review process to protect personal information and address security issues, which in turn would avoid potential privacy breaches or process redesign. In PIA you’ll work with privacy experts to identify, manage and evaluate risks such as servers hosting data outside of Canada. This assessment decides whether your project […]
Course Readiness Checklist
A course readiness checklist provided by the Learning Centre to aid you in preparing for teaching.
UBC Provost’s Office’s suggested Syllabi guidelines for 2021W1
The Provost’s Office has prepared two guidance for 2021W1: ”Navigating 2021W1: suggested guidance for syllabi” and “Principles for recording classroom activities (“class recording”)”. The “On vaccines” and “Mask wearing” sections in “Navigating 2021W1: suggested guidance for syllabi”, have been updated with the recent BC Government/PHO’s order and President Ono’s message on masking and vaccination. We are in […]
Inclusive Syllabus – What is it?
CTLT’s information package about creating inclusive syllabi.
CTLT Syllabus Template
Looking for a course syllabus template? This is UBC CTLT’s (Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology) syllabus template.
UBC Course Syllabus Template
Looking for a syllabus template? This is a simple course syllabus template and example you can fill out and refer to.
Remote Mid Course Feedback
It is time to start considering a Mid Course Feedback (MCF) sessions in your class. Mid course feedback is a great way for instructors to collect informal feedback from students about how the course is going so far. The feedback is an ideal way to check in and hear what students say is going well and what […]
How-To Implement Two Stage Exams
By Juno Kim Two-stage exams differ from traditional exams in that students are able to, upon completion of the exam individually, complete the exam in groups with their peers. As a result, students receive immediate feedback in a collaborative environment with the goal of collectively receiving the highest mark. Research has also shown better long-term […]