BCcampus Professional Learning supports access to learning opportunities aimed at enhancing quality teaching & learning in the BC post-secondary sector. We approach this goal through a wide range of topics, events, groups and communities.
- Teaching, Learning & Technology topics: Learning Design, Facilitation strategies, Tools to support teaching and learning, Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching & Learning
- Open, Access & Connections: Open Educational Resources and practices, fostering sharing and inter-institutional collaborations and alliances
- Open & Accessible: we aim to work in the open and ensure access to our work and events to colleagues around the province
- Sharing & Collaboration: distributed expertise models and inter-institutional collaborations as a way to advance teaching and learning across the province
Tracy Kelly – Senior Manager, Professional Learning – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracy helps develop and deliver projects and learning opportunities related to teaching, learning, and educational technology for B.C. public post-secondary faculty and staff. She works closely with B.C.’s Teaching, Learning & Technology Centres, and the British Columbia Teaching and Learning Council.
Sylvia Currie – Manager, Professional Learning – email@example.com
Sylvia works with educational practitioners across British Columbia’s public post-secondary system to develop and support learning networks, communities of practice, and professional development activities and events. She stewards the SCoPE community and coordinates the very busy and successful FLO (Facilitating Learning Online) family of offerings.
Leva Lee – Manager, Professional Learning – firstname.lastname@example.org
As an executive member of the Stewardship Committee for the BC Educational Technology Users Group (SCETUG), Leva works with the Chair, Vice-Chair and committee of 10 volunteers from postsecondary institutions across the province to organize professional development for ETUG members. This includes events such as the annual Fall and Spring workshops. Leva is also a founding member of the BCOER Librarians community of practice.