Documentation:CTLT Resources/Learning Resources
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The Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology has developed (in collaboration with others) a range of online learning resources to support teaching and learning. These are in addition to those available through the CTLT Resource Room.
- UBC's Learning Commons: a web portal for academic support, developed with students, for students.
- Digital Tattoo: the goal of the Digital Tattoo project is to raise questions and provide resources encouraging you to think about your presence, identity, rights, and responsibilities as a digital citizen.
- Student Toolkits: how-to pages and other support for student projects using digital resources—blogs, wikis, audio, and video. Other resources on the UBC Wiki include pages on mind mapping, social web tools, professional networking, and online tutoring.
- Why Should You Care About Copyright?: this page will answer that question, and many more. If you're more interested in working with multimedia, have a look at this page on finding Creative Commons media, or this one on how to properly cite images.
- Online Teaching Modules: the UBC Wiki offers insights on a variety of topics, including supporting critical thinking online, teaching challenges, creating an online environment and cultural issues.
- SECTIONS model: a great tool for assessing technology for learning.
- New Faculty Resource Guide (2010): even though it was written in 2010, this document is still full of teaching strategies, resources, and support services.
- Copyright at UBC: UBC's comprehensive copyright website should be able to answer any questions you have about what material you can and can't use, as well as how you can use it.
- UBC Wiki: If you can't find what you're looking for, why not create it? Review some tips for getting started on the Wiki.
- Fairness and Decision-Making Resources for Faculty and Staff: well-supported decision makers and clear, consistent, accessible policies and procedures are important to student success. Have a look at the linked page for some resources developed by the Office of the Ombudsperson for Students, for faculty and staff who deal with and make decisions that affect students.