Evidence based practice is a cornerstone for CETL. CETL faculty engage in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and share their work in support of continuous improvement and innovation.
Flexible Learning Options: Teaching and Learning in the Wake of COVID-19
Derek Murray, 2021
This report delineates a range of teaching and learning modes currently being used or proposed in postsecondary education in British Columbia following the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The report is intended to support conversations about course and program design and delivery at Camosun College so that we may move forward with a shared understanding of key terms and in alignment with provincial and national trends and the scholarly literature.
Moving into a Brave New World: Interviews with Camosun Faculty
Emily Schudel, 2020-21
This project documents the experiences of Camosun faculty during rapid pivot to online delivery as the response to COVID-19, and the year the followed. The lead-researcher interviewed instructors from all areas of the colleges and included faculty who provide academic supports to students.
Social Innovation in Higher Education: A Preliminary Review of the Research
Deidre Murphy, 2017
This research paper includes a review of the literature on social innovation as it pertains to higher education, including purpose, benefits, and conditions for implementation. Of particular focus is how applied learning can be leveraged to advance the aims of social innovation on college and university campuses. Links between social innovation, Indigenous approaches to knowing and learning, and Indigenous social innovation are also be explored.