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  • Over 150 members of the transfer community from across British Columbia as well as our provincial counterparts from OnCAT and NSCAT engaged in a day of presentations and workshops addressing the work that our system participates in to facilitate student mobility and reduce barriers to access, in a diverse and ever-evolving post-secondary landscape.

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The 11th Joint Annual Meeting

Keynote: Indiginizing Curriculum in the Post Secondary System
Dianne Biin, Camosun College

New Functionality of the TCS and Articulation Maintenance
Mike Winsemann, BCCAT

How to Manage a Successful Articulation Committee
Dezene Huber, UNBC, Tara Stehelin, Yukon College, & Sally Vinden, VIU

BCCAT's 30th Anniversary Retrospective
Dr. Frank Gelin, Julie Longo, Langara College, James Gifford, FDU

Re-Visioning the BC Transfer Guide
Jennifer Kook, BCCAT

Managing your Moodle Site
Colin Gilker, Capilano University & Mirabelle Tinio, Langara College

Setting the Strategic Direction for Transfer and Articulation
Mike Winsemann, BCCAT

Sustaining and Expanding Educational Pathways
Dr. Rob Fleming, BCCAT

BCCAT supports a safe and respectful environment for all particpants in activities that it facilitates or sponsors.

JAM Archives

Here you can review the various topics that have been presented over the past few years.

2018 JAM Program

Keynote: Beyond “ESL”: Support for Both Multilingual and International Students in BC Higher Education by Joel Heng Hartse, SFU

The BC Credit Transfer System at Work by Mike Winsemann, BCCAT

Exploring Opportunities for Changing International Transfer Credit Assessment Policies and Practices by Joanne Duklas, Duklas Cornerstone Consulting

Indigenous Student Pathways by Stephanie McKeown & Adrienne Vedan, Lincoln Hallgren and Jackson Traplin, UBC-O

Who Knew? The Truth Behind Student Mobility by Robert Adamoski & Anna Tikina, BCCAT

2017 JAM Program

Keynote: Teaching & Learning for the Modern Student by Thomas Carey, Executive-in-Residence for Teaching and Learning Innovation, BCAIU

Facilitating Student Mobility through Data Exchange: Lessons Learned by Joanne Duklas, Duklas Cornerstone Consulting

Is it True? Is it New? Testing your Student Mobility IQ by Robert Adamoski & Anna Tikina, BCCAT