Online Resources:
How can we help?

The Centre for Teaching, Learning & Innovation offers a variety of services and resources to students, faculty and staff at Lethbridge College. Many of these are available both in-person, and also remotely. Below are some remote or online options.

  • All
  • active learning
  • Adjusting to Remote Learning
  • assessment
  • brain dump
  • career & personal development
  • communication
  • course design
  • critical thinking
  • EdTech
  • Embedded Librarian
  • Finger Exercise: Two Dances
  • formative assessment
  • GoPro
  • group work
  • group work 101
  • Groupwork
  • innovation
  • instructor
  • learning outcomes
  • one-pager
  • Online Delivery
  • online engagement
  • online learning
  • outcome statements
  • problem solving
  • Recording Hardware
  • summative assessment
  • Teaching
  • teamwork
  • teamwork & collaboration
  • Technology
  • testing for success
  • Video Production
  • writing good outcomes
  • writing outcome statements


This formative assessment strategy can help learners prepare and reflect on their own learning needs

Embedded Librarian

There are many reasons to get an embedded librarian.

Be an Edu-Hero

GoPro cameras are more than just tech toys…

Discussion Techniques – Application and Performance

Good activities during lectures can get students to think deeply and apply their knowledge.

A Creative Approach to Student Assessments Amid the Pandemic

Learn how to adapt assessments to an online world, encouraging honesty and inclusivity.

5 Essential Characteristics of Good Outcome Statements

This tool highlights the five essential characteristics of a good outcome statement.

Finger Exercise: Two Dances

Refresh your mind with these simple exercises. Preserve your WPM!

Brain Dump

Help learners mentally de-clutter with a brain dump exercise.

Group work 101

Group work project planning. Sound like fun? This might help.

Hardware: The Easy Way

Here we have a whole playlist of videos dedicated to teaching you about recording video content on your computer.

Writing Good Exam Questions

A quick look at various exam question types and tips for creating them

Using Group Roles in Synchronous Online Lessons

Group work is an effective active learning method; however, not all learners come to your class understanding how to work in a group.