We had mini forum sessions in 2021
September 29th, 2021, 1:30pm - Reclaiming the Lost Year In this workshop, participants will reflect on their digital teaching, learning, and support experiences from 2020-21 and explore what they can retain from their complex experiences, whatever the future holds. This session is designed for those looking to integrate the last year into their career narratives.
Our presenter, Dr. Brenna Clarke Gray (she/her/hers), is Coordinator, Educational Technologies at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia. Her research interests include the history and future of open tenure processes, the role of care and care work in the practice of educational technology, and scholarly podcasting.
June 9th, 2021, 8:45am - Getting Our Ducks in a Row This workshop is intended primarily for managers and directors, particularly for those working on collaborative CETABC projects. In this interactive workshop, we’ll look at the communication tools that we can use (including our MS Teams channel) and formalizing our collaboration strategy.
Facilitator is Claire Sauvé
May 12th, 2021, 8:45am – Zen E-mail
Does email have you feeling overwhelmed and skeptical that it’s actually made the workplace better?
Banish your stress and join CapU’s CIO, Kristin Wilkes, for a session on achieving email zen and taking back control of your email inbox. This session will cover easy-to-follow email management principles using Microsoft Outlook to help you achieve the enlightenment of an empty email inbox and manage your email, instead of your email managing you. If you don’t use Outlook, not to worry – the principles and techniques can still be applied to your email client of choice.
Passionate about leading change and guided by her people-centered values of optimism, lifelong learning and collaboration, Kristin is currently the Chief Information Officer at Capilano University where she is responsible for the delivery of business-enabling technology services and setting the University’s strategic technology and digital direction. Her professional experience includes extensive public sector experience alongside private sector experience in both the mining and manufacturing industries. Kristin has a Masters of Public Administration (University of Victoria, 2018) and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Information Systems (University of the Fraser Valley, 2003), along with her ITIL and COBIT5 certification.