The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday 10 am to 5 pm; Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 pm; and closed Mondays and […]
This evidence-based workshop looks at the typical structure of an annotated bibliography, while accounting for variations in purpose. Typically, the annotations synthesize multiple relevant studies, help develop a discussion of […]
Cultural discourses shape our understandings of what it means to age and be old(er) – they can open up possibilities or limit our imaginations by telling us what is acceptable, […]
New to literature reviews? Looking to brush up your skills? This is the workshop for you! We will cover the purposes of literature reviews; the different types of reviews; finding […]
Drop into the UBC First Nations Longhouse to speak with an Enrolment Services Advisor and member of the Indigenous Student Support Team to chat about any questions around the various financial pathways at UBC.
Do you have a question, topic, or lived experience to share and discuss about the arts and writing? Schedule a consultation time with C.E. Gatchalian! This is an opportunity to […]
The Community Information Tool (CIT) is a central access point for data to help planners, policy makers, economic developers, researchers, and academics thrive in the digital economy. The CIT compiles […]
At the end of the one-term course, you will be able to use concepts in evidence-based teaching to effectively teach a lesson in an undergraduate classroom, with emphasis on alignment […]