The CTLT, Arts ISIT, and Communications and Marketing have co-developed and released a BETA version (http://clf.ubc.ca/support/beta-cms.html) of a CLF-WordPress Theme (called “UBC Collab”) for the UBC CMS service (http://cms.ubc.ca).
While still in its early stages, at this time, we are offering the BETA Theme to only our current UBC CMS partners as a pilot release.
This CTLT Event Registration System (http://em.ctlt.ubc.ca) is designed to help Event Coordinator in control of your online event registration. The goal is to empower business and organization leaders with the event registration, ticketing and management tools that maximize the success of events.
The Hotel Game (http://pricing-simulations.com) is an educational online simulation tool designed to make the economics of pricing more intuitive and easy. Each group of students is in charge of setting the prices for their hotel rooms to beat the competition. The game can be played in the classroom or from home and instructors can customize the game settings according to their needs.
The Arts Club Theatre Company (http://blogs.artsclub.com/) is the largest theatre company in Western Canada. It offers the best in professional theatre at three venues, as well as on tour throughout the province.
UBC CMS (http://cms.ubc.ca/) provides a centrally-provisioned service to enable the creation of UBC websites that collectively portray a professional web presence for the university.
This Changed My Practice (http://thischangedmypractice.com/) is a free online educational initiative from UBC Continuing Professional Development.
This site is a made-in-BC resource with a vision to deliver quick summaries of impactful clinical studies, clinical pearls and even practice tips relevant to BC physicians (including new billing codes, drug approvals, etc).
UBC Blogs (http://blogs.ubc.ca/) is a multiuser blogging platform for teaching and learning needs. As of June 2012, 12,435 UBC members have registered for UBC Blogs.
A shared space for UBC students, staff, and faculty members. Primarily focus for sharing teaching and learning resources.
An emerging issue in overhead distribution system is Automatic Splice (Autosplice) premature corrosion. The splice’s connection deteriorates with time causing a few of the strands in the cable to carry the majority of the current. A recent Powertech Lab study indicates that 18 to 26% of Autosplices installed in the Wet Coastal Districts of British Columbia are heavily corroded internally. There are no existing instruments that can identify the internal condition of the installed units. Hence, Powertech Lab is sponsoring this project to address the problem.
See Demo, Full Report and Power Point Slides.
A robot design project for Physics 253 competition. The project work is divided into 3 sections: Mechanical Design, Software, and Electronics. I am primarily responsible in electrical circuitry design and logic programming for the navigation algorithm.
See Full Design Report.