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  • A Comprehensive Guide to Working with Higher Education Curriculum Development, Review & Renewal Projects 

    DiPietro, Cary; Dyjur, Patti; Fitzpatrick, Kathleen; Grant, Kimberley A.; Hoessler, Carolyn; Kalu, Frances; Richards, Jessie; Skene, Allyson; Wolf, Peter (Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary, Centennial College, Simon Fraser University, Thompson Rivers University, University of Calgary in Qatar, University of Toronto, University of Windsor, 2022-08)
    “A Comprehensive Guide to Working with Higher Education Curriculum Development, Review & Renewal Projects” is a collaborative effort drawing on the collective experience of the authors, who have worked in different ...
  • Exploring Indigenous students' perception of informal learning spaces 

    Beatty, Susan; Jeffs, Cheryl; Hayden, K. Alix; Rutherford, Shauna (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, 2022-05-03)
    Castleden and Garvin (2016) suggest Photovoice is an effective method for working with Indigenous populations as it facilitates “sharing power, fostering trust, developing a sense of ownership, creating community change ...
  • Academic Integrity: Considerations for Accessibility, Equity, and Inclusion 

    Pagaling, Rachel; Eaton, Sarah Elaine; McDermott, Brenda (Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, 2022-04-04)
    Purpose: This report summarizes existing research related to academic integrity, accessibility, equity, and inclusion, with a particular focus on individuals with learning disabilities and neurodevelopmental disabilities. ...
  • Engaging Graduate Students in Educational Development Activities in Canadian Teaching and Learning Centres: A Report 

    Arshad, Muhammad Adil; Grant, Kimberley A. (Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary, 2021-12)
    While engaging with students as partners has been a valuable focus in higher education teaching and learning practice and scholarship for the past decade (Mercer-Mapstone et al., 2017), expanding the students-as partners ...
  • Collaborative autoethnography: Where do we start, and how did we get here? 

    Jeffs, Cheryl; Beatty, Susan; Hayden, K. Alix (Libraries and Cultural Resources, Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning, University of Calgary, 2021-05)
    Through a community-based participatory lens we conducted a study with Indigenous students as co-researchers focusing on their experience with learning spaces at the University of Calgary. We used both photovoice and ...