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Teaching, Learning & Research: Student Showcase: Event Details

Seeking Students!

Seeking participants for the Teaching, Learning and Research Symposium student showcase

We are seeking participants for the student showcase online as a part of the Teaching Learning and Research Symposium, March 10-11, 2022. 

There are two ways for students to participate: 

  1. Digital Poster 
    We will provide an optional poster template (Powerpoint based) with room for students to add pictures/graphs/text. 

  2. Lightning Talk with 3-Slide Powerpoint
    An opportunity for students to develop professionalism in presenting and speaking succinctly on a topic. Preparation will require practicing timing, selecting key points, summarizing information, preparing visually appealing graphics, considering how to hook and engage a diverse audience.


Share what you are proud of!  We are pleased to recognize student work with prizes this year: $150 Best Lightning Talk Award/ $150 Best Poster Award/ $75 Runner-Up 


How to participate? 

Instructors may consider incorporating participation into an upcoming assignment. Or nominate students from their areas. Students may contact me directly! 

Alicia Copp, Coordinator of Research & Instruction with the VCC Library for support:

TLR Symposium 2021

View Lightning Talks from 2021:

Last year, we had fantastic work shared by Hospitality and Dental students during lightning talks offered from 12-1 on each day of the symposium. View talks from last year here: Teaching Learning & Research Symposium 2021 - Vancouver Community College MediaSpace (


Teaching, Learning & Research Symposium

The Student Showcase is part of a VCC-wide Online Symposium. In this symposium we will explore stories of Indigenization, and discover how, in our various roles, we can change our practices in ways that are culturally safe and make space for Indigenous voices and perspectives in teaching, learning, and research. The event will also be a showcase of faculty, staff and student research projects at VCC.

This event is primarily focused towards faculty interested in exploring instructional and research practices that look to disrupt the western paradigms at the foundations of post-secondary education.

Register for the FREE 2-day event here: VCC Teaching, Learning, & Research Symposium Tickets, Thu, 10 Mar 2022 at 9:00 AM | Eventbrite

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