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Below is an example of a completed UBC Mix Profile Template. Note that the blue information and project boxes will be automatically included. For further help with formatting, see the Formatting Help Page.


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{{UBC Mix Profiles
|affiliation(s)=

*UBC Mix
*Centre for Teaching and Learning Technology (CTLT)
*Dept. of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies (CENES)

|job title(s)=

*UBC Mix Student Coordinator
*CTLT Resource Room Coordinator 
*PhD Student
*Teaching Assistant

|existing course or initiative= 

*'''UBC  Mix Coordinator'''- As CTLT Mix Coordinator I provide consultation and  support for UBC faculty and staff to incorporate interdisciplinarity  into their courses and projects. I maintain the UBC Mix website and am  developing the [[UBC_Mix_Resources_Portal|UBC Mix Resources Portal]]. 

*'''CTLT  Resource Room'''- As Resource Room Coordinator at CTLT, I provide  consultation and support CTLT staff members and members of the UBC  teaching community. I am responsible for activities relating to the  print and selected online resources available through the Resource Room  at CTLT.  These activities include, but are not limited to: individual  and group consultation, the identification of resource needs, resource  referral and development, archiving and catalogue maintenance, and the  dissimination of information about available resources. A current  project is the [[Teaching_and_Learning_Resources_Portal|Teaching and  Learning Resources Portal.]]

*'''PhD Student''' in the  Dept. of Central Eastern and Northern European Studies- I study German  Literature, specifically editorial interventions made by 19th century  editors. I am particularly interested the practice of orthographic  modernization applied to medieval works.

*'''Teaching Assistant''' - I teach introductory German I and II. 

|contact information=

*lydiaj@interchange.ubc.ca

|ideas=

*As  UBC Mix Coordinator, my job is to support your interdisciplinary  ambitions. I want to promote the continuation and/or growth of existing  mixes, help create new partnerships, and create opportunities for the  UBC teaching community to identify possible interdisciplinary  opportunities. The UBC Mix Resources Portal and Profiles on the UBC wiki  one way that UBC Mix participants have suggested to reach these goals.  Let me know how I'm doing: [mailto:lydiaj@interchange.ubc.ca email me]!

*As  a Teaching Assistant teaching German 100 and 110, I am interested in  creating interdisciplinary experiences for my students centered around  culture. Since my syllabus is departmental, and I can't deviate too far,  I would be interested in low-level mixes like visitors to the class or  swapping lectures. Topics of interest might include German history,  dance, theatre, or music.

*I'm open to other ideas!

|links=

*[http://www.terry.ubc.ca/mix/ UBC Mix]
*[http://www.cenes.ubc.ca/index.php?id=students CENES Profile]
*[http://ctlt.ubc.ca/about/people/teaching-learning-professional-development/ CTLT Profile] 
*[[CTLT_Resource_Room|CTLT Resource Room Information]] 
*[[Teaching_and_Learning_Resources_Portal|Teaching and Learning Resources Portal.]]
*[[UBC_Mix_Resources_Portal|UBC Mix Resources Portal]]

}}

[[Category:UBC Mix Profiles]]


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About UBC Mix
UBC Mix is an initiative on campus to help partner instructors, students and courses together to create an interdisciplinary atmosphere for better learning and understanding. Browse the profiles below to connect with other members of the teaching community or create your own.
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Creating a UBC Mix Profile Example

Affiliations

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Job Title

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Contact Information

  • lydiaj@interchange.ubc.ca

What would you like to do?

  • As UBC Mix Coordinator, my job is to support your interdisciplinary ambitions. I want to promote the continuation and/or growth of existing mixes, help create new partnerships, and create opportunities for the UBC teaching community to identify possible interdisciplinary opportunities. The UBC Mix Resources Portal and Profiles on the UBC wiki one way that UBC Mix participants have suggested to reach these goals. Let me know how I'm doing: email me!
  • As a Teaching Assistant teaching German 100 and 110, I am interested in creating interdisciplinary experiences for my students centered around culture. Since my syllabus is departmental, and I can't deviate too far, I would be interested in low-level mixes like visitors to the class or swapping lectures. Topics of interest might include German history, dance, theatre, or music.
  • I'm open to other ideas!

Link(s) to syllabuses or other relevant materials