The Scarfe Digital Sandbox began in 2013 as a virtual and face-to-face space for teacher candidates and faculty to explore technology integration. Sessions are held on a once or twice weekly basis most of the year. This virtual space is designed as a resource blog to support those who attended sessions and those who were unable to do so!
Sandbox sessions are held in Scarfe 155, the Library Collaborative Computing Commons and are designed as drop-in workshops. We will begin with a brief presentation to orient you to a topic followed by hands on time where you can explore the presented technology/concept or follow your own path.
You are free to come and go, bring your lunch… join in and play. Bring your ideas and questions for future sessions or to be answered ‘as needed’!
Times and topics vary by term – Watch our calendar for pop up workshops and events!
Fall: Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:30 – 2:00
Winter: Tuesdays & Wednesdays this term – Gearing Up For Practicum consults – planning and resource selection
Summer: See calendar
Hosted by: Yvonne Dawydiak, Faculty-wide Programs Instructional Specialist and the UBC Education Library
TC Tech Coach (Graduate student)