TI Connections provides a space to connect theory to practice, and to promote dialog and inquiry within the teaching community. It is used to share ideas, knowledge, practices, research and developments related to teaching and learning in higher education. It is collaboratively published by Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University of Calgary.
Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning
The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning is dedicated to better understanding and improving student learning. It is both a building and a community that extends well beyond the building’s walls.
The Taylor Institute brings together teaching development, teaching and learning research, and undergraduate inquiry learning under one roof.
The institute supports building and sharing teaching expertise; integrating technologies to enhance learning; and conducting inquiry to improve student learning. Through the College of Discovery and Innovation, the Taylor Institute offers undergraduate students opportunities for inquiry-based learning, experiential learning and interdisciplinary research.
For more information on the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning, please download our 2015-2016 Annual Report.
Three different groups, each with a distinct focus, make up the Taylor Institute, with a common purpose of better understanding and improving student learning.
The Office of the Academic Director provides leadership and visioning for the Taylor Institute, and supports the scholarship of teaching and learning.
The Educational Development Unit supports the teaching development of instructors and graduate students, curriculum development, course and instructional design, and integration of learning technologies.
The College of Discovery, Creativity and Innovation provides undergraduate students with opportunities for inquiry-based learning, undergraduate research and experiential learning.
To learn more about our staff member, please visit the TI Staff Directory.