Educational Developers Caucus 2018 Conference
All of us at the Learning and Teaching Centre look forward to hosting the Educational Developers Caucus Conference from Wednesday, February 14 to Friday, February 16, 2018.
The conference theme is Educational Developers Gaining an Edge (EDGE) prompting attendees to broadly consider the following questions:
What unexpected, creative, and bold practices are emerging?
What transformations and innovations are taking place at the edge of educational development?
What vital impact are you having at your institution? How and where can you gain more impact?
How is educational development creating extraordinary academic environments related to experiential learning, decolonization, and internationalization?
We look forward to seeing you in February 2018. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at:
Conference email: email@example.com
Rooms for conference participants have been reserved at the following hotels.
Rate: single $126.95, double $138.90 (Note that there are only three rooms available on campus)
What’s included: breakfast and internet
Address: University of Victoria
Rate: $139.00 per room per night plus taxes
What’s included: a full hot breakfast buffet, parking and wifi
Group code for booking: “Uvic Conference” and the group number is #4316
Book before: January 12, 2018
Address: 520 Menzies Street, Victoria, BC, V8V 2H4
Rate: $159.00 per room per night plus taxes
What’s included: internet
Group code for booking: Learning and Teaching Conference
Book before: January 12, 2018
Address: 100 Harbour Road, Victoria, BC, V9A 0G1
Rate: Traditional rooms at $109.00 per room per night plus taxes; one bedroom suites at $149.00 per room per night plus taxes
What’s included: internet and local calls
Group code for booking: University of Victoria
Book before: January 10, 2018
Address: 740 Burdett Ave, Victoria, BC, V8W 1B2
Other recommended accommodations
Bed and Breakfasts
Victoria has many vacation rentals available as well.
Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia with the metropolitan area of Greater Victoria having a population of 344,615. It is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island situated on Unceded Coast Salish Territories. Besides being known as the “Garden City,” it is home to the oldest Chinatown in Canada. Victoria is well situated to take advantage of the natural beauty of Vancouver Island.
For more information about Victoria please see the Tourism Victoria website and our Things to do webpage listing the many attractions available to you during your visit.
Victoria has many different attractions for you to enjoy while visiting. Please see the Tourism Victoria website for all the possibilities. Most of the recommended accommodations are situated near the Inner Harbour and provide easy access to attractions and excellent restaurants. Below we highlight just a few that may be of interest.
Victoria is a mecca for food. It was recently declared the brunch capital of Canada. What is better than that! Refer to the brunch capital link to access a list of the best places to have brunch in Victoria. You can also reference our local food magazine, Eat, to source the best places to find all of food cravings while in Victoria.
Here, we highlight just a few that consistently stand out for dinner.