March Happenings

Nominations for the BCTLC are in! More details to come in the next week or two. Festival of Learning Registration and a draft schedule are now available! The schedule for the Festival of Learning is shaping up with numerous conversations and collaboration among BCTLC,...

BCTLC Executive Nominations

On behalf of the Nominations Committee - we are now accepting nominations for 2 executive positions on the British Columbia Teaching & Learning Council (BCTLC): Chair (1-year term) The Chair shall arrange meetings, consult with members in the preparation of...

February Happenings

BCTLC Exec. nominations, Festival of Learning - call for proposals (Open Ed., Scholarly & ETUG), and date change for the BCTLC meeting: The Call for Nominations for the BCTLC Executive occurred on February 23 (email from Peter Arthur) for a Chair and Chair-Elect....

January Happenings

SAVE the DATE: The BC Festival of Learning has been scheduled for June 6 - 9, 2016 at the Delta Villa hotel in Burnaby with some events happening down the street at BCIT. The Festival of Learning is a collaborative four-day learning event conceived by the members of...

December Happenings

The Symposium on Scholarly Teaching and Learning has continued to be talked about in many circles. Eric Davis and Teresa Dawson were the keynotes. Archived video of their keynotes are available online. Minutes from our BCTLC Fall meeting (held November 12) are also...

November Happenings

British Columbia, particularly Vancouver has been a hive of activity lately. First, the BCTLC meeting took place on November 12. Representatives from 21 institutions met to discuss current issues and envision a huge May/June 2016 opportunity to bring together and...

October Happenings

The past month members of the BCTLC have been engaged in a number of activities and happenings. Here is a short summary of some of them. Brent Speidel has been appointed Dean, Centre for Research & Learning Transformation at Northwest Community College and is...

September Happenings

The past month members of the BCTLC have been engaged in a number of activities and happenings. Here is a short summary of some of them. Susie Findlay has stepped down from Chair-Elect position (and BCTLC community). We wish Susie the best of luck in her new...

Acknowledgement

Members of the BCTLC are grateful to live, work, and be in relation with people from across many traditional and unceded territories, covering all regions of British Columbia. We are honoured to live on this land and are committed to reconciliation, decolonization, and building relationships in our communities and schools.

Suggested Land Acknowledgements for Institutions in B.C.