Curious about who guides the evolution of the learning technology ecosystem at UBC? Find out about the leadership and committees overseeing teaching with technology and what each group is responsible for.


Learning Technology Leadership Team

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

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Learning Technology Hub Leadership

The Learning Technology Hub Leadership has oversight of operational activities, working closely with faculty, staff, and all learning technology committees. The committee is chaired by the Academic Director of CTLT, and includes the Associate Provost Teaching and Learning, Associate Provost, Learning Services (Okanagan), CIO, and two senior staff from CTLT and UBC IT with oversight for learning technology operations.

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Innovation Committee

The Innovation Committee identifies opportunities for new learning technologies based on pedagogical research and consultations with peer institutions and colleagues at UBC and elsewhere. The committee recommends pedagogical priorities for UBC and technologies to pilot.

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User Committee

The User Committee identifies faculty and student needs, required improvements in user experience, and recommended priorities for filling functional gaps. The committee also advises on communication with faculty and students and change management strategies.

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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.

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