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Voices from JIBC | Darcye Lovsin

Darcye Lovsin Darcye is the Librarian, Reference & Instruction at the JIBC Library. Library Considerations when Course Planning One of the areas in the institute that we knew we wanted to reach out to when planning this issue was our very own JIBC Library, and

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Voices from JIBC | Daniella Sieukaran

Daniella Sieukaran Daniella is an instructional designer for the Emergency Management Division. Coursekeeping Day: An Innovative Method for Conducting Course Reviews   As a curriculum designer, I believe that a school is only as strong as its curriculum. It’s easy to think that once we

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Voices from JIBC | Amy Severson

Amy Severson Amy is an instructional designer for the Emergency Management Division. Anatomy of a Lesson Plan This post is modified from a presentation by Amy Severson. What is a lesson plan? Like a walking tour, a lesson plan provides a guideline with key points

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Voices from JIBC | Krista & Melanie

Krista Lambert & Melanie Meyers Krista Lambert is an Instructional Designer in the Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation. Melanie Meyers is the Program Director in the Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation. A look at what’s in our future – Reflections from the ETUG

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Voices from JIBC | Kavita George

Kavita George Kavita is a Senior Web Specialist who specializes in UI/UX design at CTLI. Creating a Service Blueprint for Course Design Recently we ran a “service blueprint” exercise to outline an overview on how we build Course planning at JIBC and how we deliver

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Voices from JIBC | Junsong Zhang

Junsong Zhang Junsong Zhang is an Instructional Designer and Program Manager for Simulations at CTLI. Five Practices for Rapid Course Design and Development Posted on May 20, 2020 From Junsong’s personal blog: Start with Backward Course Design Approach If you start your course design with content

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Voices from JIBC | Dee Guraya

Dee Guraya (she/her/hers)  Dee Guraya is a second generation Canadian who has strong and proud roots in northern India, specifically the state of Punjab.  According to Dee, Punjab is the land of farming, hospitality, and hearty laughs!  At JIBC, Dee is the Manager of Student

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Voices from JIBC | Florence Daddey

Florence Daddey Florence has long been a champion of Open Education pedagogy and principles and was instrumental in securing our Open Education Sustainability Grant from BCcampus in 2019. Her research was one of the first efforts supported by the grant initiative. Florence used her research to

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Voices from JIBC | Lynn Truong

Lynn Truong Watch our very own Lynn introduce Open Educational Resources to you in the following video! About LynnLynn Truong is an instructional designer with CTLI. She recently graduated with her Master of Education in Curriculum and Pedagogy with a specialization in digital technology at

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Voices from JIBC | JIBC Students’ Union

Alexandra & Leif About Ba Thach Thao (Alexandra) NguyenJISU Organizer About Lief GarrettJISU Director of External Relations and LESD Cohort 62 leader. OER Survey by JIBC Students’ Union JIBC Students’ Union launched a student survey on Open Educational Resources among its members in February 2022. The

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Voices from JIBC | Daryce Lovsin

Darcye Lovsin JIBC’s Librarian for Reference and Instruction Library contributes to our Open issue the following article discussing open assignments. Please enjoy! About Darcye Over the course of my career as an academic librarian, my primary focus has been copyright and open education. As the

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Voices from JIBC | Florence Daddey

Florence Daddey I have been teaching at the JIBC for over eight years. I teach the following: RESM2100 Research Methods BUSN3110 Project management LAWS4003 Capstone For me, engaging in EDI practices is about applying equity minded perspectives to everything I do. It’s about knowing my

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Voices from JIBC | Michael Currie

Michael Currie Michael Currie is the Senior Manager, Information Technology at the Justice Institute of BC.  He oversees the infrastructure and security of IT and he has a special interest in EDI as an individual born with a bilateral hearing loss.  https://ctli.jibc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Bionic_Man.mp4 Want to chat

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Voices from JIBC | Kris Edwards

Kris Edwards EMR Lead Instructor, Health Sciences Division Love as Means to Engage with and Enhance Prehospital Care: A Reflection on Instructional Practice My name is Kris and I have the very fortunate privilege to connect with, guide students, and facilitate workshops in the Health Sciences

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Voices from JIBC | Jen McEachen

Jen McEachen Jen McEachen is a part-time student in the Bachelor’s Degree of Emergency/Security Management program. She is severely vision-impaired and hard-of-hearing. This video is a brief demonstration of JAWS for Windows, a screen-reading software for blind and visually-impaired computer users. Jen uses both audio

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Voices from JIBC | Junsong Zhang

Junsong Zhang Junsong is currently a Program Manager, Simulations at Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Innovation. With a background in education, psychology, and digital media, he designs a wide range of courses and simulations within JIBC and beyond. Being a foreign student himself for many

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Faculty Corner | Sherri Calder

Sherri Calder Faculty, Law Enforcement Studies Diploma We asked a few faculty around campus who are teaching this September: What’s new this September?  Our amazing faculty member, Sherri Calder, had this to say… “I am happy to be back on campus to teach CRES 1853 &

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Faculty Corner | Dr. Joe Naylor

Dr. Joe Naylor​ We asked a few faculty around campus who are teaching this September: What’s new this September?  Faculty member Dr. Joe Naylor broke it down like this… Simply Showing Up  What’s new? Here’s something I came up with last week for the first day

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Faculty Corner | Michelle Jackson

Michelle Jackson Faculty, Fire Safety Division We asked a Fire Safety Division faculty member, Michelle Jackson, how the start of her semester has been going and here’s what she had to say: How have you been adjusting to all the changes of the past year+?

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Faculty Corner | Chris Rattenbury

Chris Rattenbury Faculty, Bachelor Law Enforcement Studies, Acting Program Manager for Police Advance Training We asked a few faculty around campus who are teaching this September: What’s new this September? Acting program manager and faculty, Chris Rattenbury, graciously spent some time to answer our question. As of September,

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