By Wendy Chan on September 4, 2018
The Faculty of Arts wants each of their students to cross the graduation stage with confidence—confidence in their skills, their future and the potential of their degree. But in a faculty with more than 12,000 students across 25 programs, this is no easy feat.
By Wendy Chan on June 14, 2018
Weekly quizzes are helping students in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences test their understanding of course material.
By Heather McCabe on February 15, 2018
The Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF) has awarded $2.25 million in funding to 63 projects to enhance teaching and learning at UBC for the 2018-19 academic year.
By Will Engle on January 11, 2018
The adoption and use of open resources at UBC continues to increase, with student savings in academic year 2017 estimated at $1.4 to $2.2 million.
By Julia Burnham on October 31, 2017
Starting in January 2018, undergraduate students will have the chance to participate in the pilot of an experiential learning course focused on ‘wicked problems.’
By Wendy Chan on October 2, 2017
Through examining the impact of instructional practices on student mental health and wellbeing, this project is helping create classroom spaces where students can thrive.
By Wendy Chan on January 16, 2017
Through innovative instruction, small classes, and a collaborative atmosphere, Vantage College is creating a unique and comprehensive first-year experience for international students. The shift: Integrated, disciplinary language support for English language learners Come spring 2018, the first cohort of students in the Vantage One program will be graduating UBC. Vantage One is a unique first-year […]