Discover powerful learning opportunities to help you realize your potential as an educator

The Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning brings diverse programs, courses, workshops, events and other activities to build evidence-based teaching and learning knowledge and expertise at the University of Calgary. 

These powerful learning opportunities are developed to help you realize your potential as an educator and discover the advantages of a campus-wide peer network. They are experiences designed to deliver optimal learning outcomes in an unmatched learning environment. 

Our programming is open to academic staff, graduate student teaching assistants, postdoctoral scholars and staff at the University of Calgary. 

Important information

As of March 2020, all Taylor Institute programs, courses and other activities were transitioned to an online learning environment or postponed. 

Please refer back to this page for updates on program delivery and dates. 



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Learning Technologies

Customized, in-house programs

Digital transformation, shifting government expectations and an increased focus on equity, diversity and inclusion are changing how we teach.

The Taylor Institute can collaborate with your faculty, department or unit to develop high-impact, customized teaching development programs to meet the needs of your team. 

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Upcoming events

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Summer Wellness Series

During the summer months, the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning and the Campus Mental Health Strategy are presenting a series of wellness webinars that will offer important mental health tools to build resilience and compassion.

Teaching Days

Teaching Days

Teaching Days provides a meaningful and concentrated opportunity for you prepare for the upcoming academic year. Teaching Days is offered at the end of August.


TA Orientation

Graduate student teaching assistants — or those who would like to become one — are invited to join us at one of two TA Orientations held every year the beginning of the fall and winter semesters.

Upcoming courses

The following courses will now be delivered online. To view our full course calendar, click here.

Learner-Centered Course Outlines

Oct 12


Copyright & Licensing for Open Educational Resources

Oct 13


Information Session: FUSION Skill Development Program

Oct 14


Supporting a Growth Mindset: Feedforward and Assessment Design

Oct 14


From Talk to Action: Creating a HEARTcare Plan for Wellness at Work

Oct 14


Engaging Students Online

Oct 19


The Power of Place: Effective Strategies for Community-Engaged Teaching

Oct 20


Community-Engaged Learning in the Faculty of Arts: A Roundtable

Oct 21


Handling Challenges in the Zoom Classroom

Oct 25


Teaching Online Program II

Oct 26 – Nov 16