Established by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, the Working Mind is an evidence-based training program designed to address and promote mental health and reduce stigma in a workplace setting. It includes scenario-based practical applications, custom videos of people with lived experience of mental illness, participant reference guides, and related handouts. Date and Location Part […]
The Program for Open Scholarship and Education (POSE) Kick-Off Session is for participants registered in the POSE program. You can register for the program now. The Kick-off Session will provide you with a chance to meet your facilitators and fellow participants. The session will cover the following: - POSE program structure and course walkthrough - […]
This seminar is about learning the science behind gratitude and how it can help to increase the meaningful relationships in all areas of your life.
As a result of an increase in the number of international students and immigration, today’s classroom is composed of ethnically and culturally diverse students, which requires “culturally responsive teaching” pedagogy. In addition, because of fast-paced technological developments, students need to become familiar with the technological tools that can prepare them for the 21st-century workforce. It […]
Eating the elephant: stress-free strategies for completing your thesis or dissertation; hosted by Dr Jonathan Agnew. Dr. Agnew is an Adjunct Professor of Health Policy at UBC’s School of Population and Public Health and the Director, Accreditation Programs, at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC). He holds a Ph.D. in Health […]
Join SIT, one of the pioneering companies that led the worldwide adoption of innovation for different industries. Systematic Inventive Thinking® is a worldwide recognized innovation methodology, that has proved to be a crucial skill for all those looking to remain relevant in the workforce in the coming years. According to the World Economic Forum's Future […]
This talk is part of a limited series co-presented by SBME, BMI&AI, and BC Translational DPI. Talk: “Artificial Intelligence and digital pathology: dealing with the annotation bottleneck” The introduction of scanners that are capable of digitizing microscopic slides at high magnification has led to an explosion of interest in computational pathology in general and deep […]
Do you have questions and challenges about creating meaningful and successful learning experiences for your students? Maybe you want help in the process of teaching your course in online, hybrid or blended modes. Request a virtual one on one course consultation with a Learning Designer to explore ways to enhance your students’ learning experience. This […]
In this masterclass, participants will learn money management best practices.
This workshop is geared towards those who have little experience teaching using Canvas. This virtual course will explore how to design, deliver, and manage your Canvas courses—and make your teaching more efficient. For advanced support, you can book a consultation for UBC Instructors. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: - […]
The Drop-In Clinics are open for administrators of UBC weblogs or websites to get one-on-one support in WordPress and Wiki for Teaching and Learning or Administrative purposes. Participants should come prepared with a list of questions specific to their sites when attending this session. Specialists at the clinic will assist you in addressing and resolving […]
Representatives from the Office of Indigenous Initiatives (OISI), Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) and Indigenous Research Support Initiative (IRSI) will be present for drop in support with questions related to project ideas, development and design to elevate your proposals to Stream 3. To find out more about the ISI Fund in advance of […]