Spotlight on Faculty: Fiacre O’Duinn

Spotlight on Faculty: Fiacre O’Duinn

A conversation with Fiacre O’Duinn on the intersection of arts and sciences, and the library as gateway to possibilities. Did you ever feel you needed a neutral space to just be yourself, to explore possibilities and intersections and to reimagine the future of...
OER with Blake Rowsell

OER with Blake Rowsell

Blake Rowsell Outdoor Recreation Program Convenor and Instructor Schools of Tourism Management & Outdoor Recreation   Why OER?  The number one complaint that I hear from students is the high cost of text books. I’ve been using OERs for three years at Cap and...
Active Learning Online?

Active Learning Online?

How can my Moodle shell become part of an active learning experience for my students? Is active learning online possible? As an experienced instructor in the face-to-face classroom, you may be wondering about the value of incorporating online learning into your...
Screencasts for Teaching & Learning

Screencasts for Teaching & Learning

Screencasts: What is it, why use it? Screencasts are short narrated video recordings of your computer screen. When thoughtfully planned, edited and aligned with learning objectives, a screencast can be a student-centered and engaging learning experience, and provide a...
SPOTLIGHT ON FACULTY: NADJA NEUBAUER

SPOTLIGHT ON FACULTY: NADJA NEUBAUER

A CONVERSATION WITH Nadja Neubauer: ON Experiential and Accessible Learning for everyone BY BETTINA BOYLE   Experiential Learning with Virtual Reality Nadja comes into my office beaming with energy and excitement! Why? She just taught the first class of the...
CapU Faculty Learning Community

CapU Faculty Learning Community

Are you curious about how to create a more inclusive and engaging learning environment in a diverse classroom? Do you want to be part of a safe, welcoming space with a group of colleagues on a monthly basis? Join the new CapU Faculty Learning Community on Creating...
Indigenizing the Curriculum 101: Why, What, How?

Indigenizing the Curriculum 101: Why, What, How?

September 26 10:00 am LB321 Join the CTE and Joel Cardinal from First Nations Student Services to learn more about how to indigenize the curriculum. The first 20 participants will receive a free copy of the Teachers and Instructors Guide: Pulling Together: A Guide for...
Online Teaching & Learning Support Drop-In

Online Teaching & Learning Support Drop-In

For support on: the pedagogical aspects of teaching and learning online incorporating aspects of online learning in in-person courses engaging students online designing for learning virtually enhancing the online learning experience Thursdays 10 am – 11:30am ...
Formative Feedback & Assessment

Formative Feedback & Assessment

Are your students learning what they should be learning? What are you doing in or outside the classroom that either helps or hinders their learning?  Formative feedback and assessment can help you find out before it’s too late. Feedback and assessment are often used...
Truth and Reconciliation 2018

Truth and Reconciliation 2018

Ongoing throughout the week Birch Building foyer Pop-Up Reconciliactionaries! Come chat Indigenizing Cap U with faculty members Judy Snaydon and David Geary Monday, Sept. 24 10:00 a.m. | BR 126 Elder welcome & blessing Elders Latash and Ernie will share a welcome...