TI Connections Newsletter

Enriching Student Experience with Veedbacks

By Soroush Sabbaghan Senior Instructor in the International Foundations Program  As an undergraduate student and for the better part of my graduate studies, I never really felt engaged with the feedback I received in my […]

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Informational Interviews: More Than a Career Mapping Tool

Leverage the student card and the kindness of strangers in your learning By Derrick E. Rancourt  Professor in the Department of Oncology, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, University of Calgary & University of Calgary Teaching Scholar […]

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Launching the TI Library

By Caitlin McClurg TI Liaison Librarian  The TI Library is now up and running! We now have a bench collection spanning major subject matters pertaining to teaching and learning in higher education. We have boxes of […]


Apps for classroom collaboration

By D’Arcy Norman  The learning studios on the main floor of the Taylor Institute are equipped with 33 “collaboration carts” – each with a 50” touch-enabled display, and a suite of hardware and software that […]


Reviving the shelfie

By Nancy Chick A colleague recently sent me this query as she builds her professional library: “if you were to choose 13 essential titles [in the scholarship of teaching and learning], what would they be?” […]


Learning spaces, connection and community

By Natasha Kenny and Nancy Chick, Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning In December, we attended a celebratory lunch and debrief with instructors who taught in the learning studios in the Taylor Institute for Teaching […]

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