Student Resources

BCCAMPUS OER STUDENT TOOLKIT

BCCAMPUS OER STUDENT TOOLKIT

This toolkit aims to provide information on how to successfully advocate for greater OER adoption on campus…

Digital Tattoo

Digital Tattoo

The goal of the Digital Tattoo project is to raise questions, provide examples and links to resources to encourage you to think about your presence online…

UBC Open Geography

UBC Open Geography

This website was originally developed to host open education resources (OER) generated by the Flexible Learning Project..

Phylo: The Trading Card Game

Phylo: The Trading Card Game

Phylo is a project that began as a reaction to the following nugget of information: Kids know more about Pokemon creatures than they do about real creatures. We think there’s something wrong with that…

The Infinite Series Module

The Infinite Series Module

Online resources for undergraduate students studying integral calculus, specifically on infinite sequences and series…

Open e-Portfolios

Open e-Portfolios

Open e-Portfolio projects have been developed in different teaching and learning contexts across UBC…

UBC YouTube EDU

UBC YouTube EDU

The UBC EDU Channel on YouTube features videos from open courses, departments, events and faculties across the university. Highlights include open educational resources included faculty lectures, campus events and the latest news from UBC. All UBC faculty/staff can request the ability to upload to UBC’s YouTube EDU account. View site
Greek Epigraphic Squeezes: Developing a Digital Environment

Greek Epigraphic Squeezes: Developing a Digital Environment

This student-driven project was a  collaboration between the Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies department  with the UBC Library to digitize 700 Greek Epigraphic Squeezes and develop the descriptive content necessary to deliver comprehensive online collections. “Since the spring of 2013, a dedicated group of graduate and undergraduate students have been working tirelessly to create open access digital repositories for these collections in order for scholars, professors, and the general public alike to enjoy these incredible artifacts that span nearly three thousand years of human history. “

eNuniciate Pronunciation Resource

eNuniciate Pronunciation Resource

The eNunciate site is an openly licensed resource that developed that was born out of the collaboration of the Department of Linguistics and the Department of Asian Studies..