Program reports and plans
Documents outlining program-level reports and plans.
Documents outlining internal reports and plans.
The 2022-23 academic year saw us grow the resources and development opportunities for educators, emphasizing our commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility, and Indigenous ways of knowing, being, doing and connecting.
The Taylor Institute is the mechanism through which quality teaching and learning, experiential learning and initiatives like the institutional support of learning technologies can be realized. The Taylor Institute Unit Plan further lays that groundwork.
The 2019-20 academic year was undoubtedly challenging and complex as we continued to respond to the uncertainty of the global pandemic. Through all of this, we’ve fostered connection with our colleagues across UCalgary to navigate and support our academic community.
In 2020, we supported our university community’s transition from emergency remote teaching to intentional and research-informed online learning. In March 2020, we raced to support our campus community of over 38,000 students, faculty and staff to shift more than 6,000 courses to remote teaching and learning to ensure everyone’s health and safety during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Together we are transforming how we teach and learn. 2018-19 was another year of substantial growth at the Taylor Institute. The development of the experiential learning team and a shift toward undergraduate research through the PURE program marked important progress as we move forward in achieving our key priorities.
2016/17 marked a year of growth and learning at the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. We came to better understand the full potential of the Taylor Institute building and the impact that spaces can have on learning and student engagement.
The 2015/16 academic year was a historic one for us at the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. Thanks to the generosity of the Taylor Family Foundation, we moved from the cozy fifth floor of the Biological Sciences building into our bright new building at the heart of campus.
Documents outlining program-level reports and plans.
In this report, the Undergraduate Research Initiative (URI) team summarizes the activities and impact of the URI’s signature programs from July 2021 to December 2022.
This report highlights ways the College of Discovery, Creativity, and Innovation (CDCI) can expand high-quality undergraduate research and experiential learning opportunities through increasing the accessibility of programming for Indigenous students.
In this report, the design, implementation, operation and support of learning spaces and technologies within the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning is documented since opening in 2016, with a particular focus on 2020-2022.
In this report, the Undergraduate Research Initiative (URI) Team summarizes the objectives, activities, and impact of the URI’s three signature programs from January 2020 to December 2021. These insights were collected over two years of program evaluation research.
During the spring and summer of 2021, the PURE Awards team developed and implemented an EDI Action Plan to identify and understand barriers to participation in PURE for equity-deserving students. In this report, we show and discuss our analysis and findings and introduce 23 recommendations for PURE.
The PURE program provides student-led experiential research opportunities for University of Calgary undergraduate students. In this report, we summarize program activities and outcomes for 2020 and provide strategic priorities and directions for 2021 and beyond.
The Postdoctoral Scholar Certificate in University Teaching & Learning is a flexible and comprehensive program that helps postdoctoral scholars develop reflective, evidence-based and theoretically-informed approaches to teaching and learning.
The Graduate Student Certificate in University Teaching & Learning is a flexible and comprehensive program that helps graduate students develop reflective, evidence-based, and theoretically-informed approaches to teaching and learning.
The University of Calgary Teaching Scholars program is designed to strengthen educational leadership across the University of Calgary. The pilot program provided up to $40,000 over three years (2016-2019) to support teaching and learning initiatives that addressed topics of shared interest within or across faculties.
The University of Calgary Teaching Scholars Program strengthens educational leadership and supports the implementation of strategic teaching and learning initiatives across departments and faculties. Teaching Scholars make a difference by sharing knowledge and research, creating social support networks, mentoring others, and influencing change both within and beyond the University of Calgary.
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the University of Calgary Teaching and Learning Grants Program for the period of 2014 to 2019. Funded by the Provost’s Office, these Teaching and Learning Grants are designed to enhance students’ learning experiences at the University of Calgary.
Since 2014, the University of Calgary Teaching Awards have recognized and celebrated outstanding contributions to teaching and learning. The awards recognize excellence in diverse learning contexts, by individuals and teams, and through curriculum design and educational leadership. The awards showcase the value of teaching and learning to our university and external communities, raise the profile of teaching excellence, and position recipients and nominees to be successful in national award competitions.
This document represents a three-year plan for the Educational Development Unit (2015 – 2018).
More information about the EDU's Strategic Planning process can be found in the EDU's ePortfolio.