Curious about who guides learning technology at UBC? Find out about the mission, leadership, and committees overseeing teaching with technology.

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 LT Hub Mission

The goal of the LT Hub is to resolve learning technology issues quickly and conveniently with a central service offering technical support and complementary functional/pedagogical guidance. In serving the UBC community, the LT Hub follows the guidance provided by its official mission statement.

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Learn About Our Leadership

 Learning Technology Leadership Team

Overall accountability for learning technology rests with the Learning Technology Leadership Team, chaired by the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President, Teaching & Learning, and comprised of a small number of senior academic leaders from both campuses, student representation, and the Academic Director of CTLT and the CIO.

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 LT Hub Leadership

The LT Hub Leadership has oversight of operational activities and works closely with faculty, staff, and all learning technology committees. The group is chaired by the Academic Director of CTLT and includes the Vice-Provost and Associate Vice-President, Teaching & Learning, Associate Provost, Learning Services (Okanagan), CIO and Associate Vice-President, Information Technology, and two senior staff from CTLT and UBC IT who oversee learning technology operations.

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Explore Our Core Committees

 Learning Technology Advisory Group

In 2021, the previous Innovation Committee and User Committee for learning technology at UBC were merged to form the Learning Technology Advisory Group (LTAG). This group serves a crucial role of voicing faculty and student feedback in the learning technology governance at UBC.

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 Operations Committee

The Operations Committee consists of the most senior learning technology person in each of the faculties, CTL, and representatives of CTLT and UBC IT. Members of this committee gather input from faculty and students, as well as from the other learning technology committees. Decisions about operational priorities and implementations of new systems and services are the committee’s remit.

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 Learning Data Committee

The Learning Data Committee (LDC) provides high-level strategic direction for learning analytics projects and practices at UBC. In this work, the LDC effectively functions as a data steward and steering committee, proposing and implementing principles for how data related to learning should be collected, shared, and used across the institution.

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