2011 events

Saturday, October 29

Sunday, October 30

Monday, October 31

    • Sustainability Learning 101
      Advising Session
      Monday, October 31, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
      Sustainability Education Resource Centre (Room 1131), CIRS – Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (2260 West Mall)
    • TLEF Showcase
      Presentations and Conversation
      Monday, October 31, 12:00-1:00
      Golden Jubilee Room, 4th floor, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre
    • TLEF poster display
      (running all week, Mon. Oct. 31 – Fri. Nov. 4)
      Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 East Mall, 2nd Floor Atrium
    • Digital Information Sessions
      Information Session
      Saturday October 29 – November 6, all day
      Buchanan A204, B214 and B314 1866 Main Mall

Tuesday, November 1

Wednesday, November 2

Thursday, November 3

Friday, November 4

Saturday, November 5

Sunday, November 6

Multiple-Day Events

TLEF Poster Display
The Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund provides a unique opportunity for UBC Vancouver faculty and students to create and lead projects that will enrich and improve student learning experiences. A variety of successful projects are being featured in this poster display, which will be launched with interactive Oral Presentation session, in which grant holders present their projects and are available to answer questions.

Dates of TLEF poster display: Monday, October 31 – Friday, November 4, 2011
Location: Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 East Mall, 2nd Floor Atrium

Date & Time of TLEF Showcase event: Monday, October 31, 12:00-1:00pm
Location: Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 East Mall, 4th Floor – Golden Jubilee Room

Universitas 21 Teaching and Learning Networking Conference
Thursday, November 3 – Friday, November 4
We are pleased to welcome member universities of Universitas 21, who will be visiting UBC Vancouver to take part in this invitational conference intended to provide senior university leaders with an opportunity to explore “Effectiveness and Efficiency in Teaching and Learning at Research Intensive Universities”. By invitation only. More information can be found at the Universitas 21 web page for this event.

Open UBC
October 25-27, 2011
Join the discussion surrounding Scholarly Communication and its impact on Teaching, Learning and Research. UBC is participating in the International Open Access Week (Oct. 24-30, 2011) by presenting 3 days of workshops, discussions and speakers. All faculty and students are strongly encouraged to attend these events. Please see the Open UBC website for more information.

Betwixt and Between: Influences on the Book Illustrations of Charles van Sandwyk
November 1 – December 16, 2011
Charles van Sandwyk is one of the world’s most accomplished book illustrators. UBC Library Rare Book and Special Collections presents an exhibition that explains the artistic and literary sources of van Sanwyk’s work including Albecht Durer, Rembrandt van Rijn, Arthur Rackham, Mahatma Ghandi, and J.R.R. Tolkiein. For more information click here

Digital Information Sessions
October 29 – November 6, 2011. All day
Arts ISIT will feature information sessions for faculty, staff, and students to see how technologies can be used in an instructional setting. Through a series of short video clips (3-5mins), it will showcase the best, the hottest, and the newest innovations to use in the classroom and beyond.Starting October 29th through November 6th, the Buchanan Digital Signage will showcase videos aimed at introducing students, faculty and staff to the latest technologies and services available in teaching and learning, such as team-based learning, video annotation tools, and lecture capture technologies. For more information click here

The Evolution of Learning Space
October 29 – November 6, 2011. All day
The presentation will show the history of learning spaces at UBC, and how they have evolved over time. It will showcase some of UBC’s newest and most innovative spaces.For more information click here

Celebrate Psychology: A Blog by Students
Psychology is a fascinating discipline that spans a variety of topic areas. We draw thousands of students to our courses each year. We are building a website as an opportunity for each of our students to celebrate the most interesting ideas they have learned from taking psychology courses. Every student who is currently enrolled in a psychology course will be asked to contribute a sentence or a video answering the question “What’s the most interesting thing you have learned from your psychology course(s)?” Visit the Celebrate Psychology Blog here