Welcome to the UBC Educational Leadership Network Website
The UBC Educational Leadership Network (ELNet) is a community of faculty members in the educational leadership stream at the University of British Columbia committed to:
- Celebrating educational leadership, innovation, and excellence in teaching and learning.
- Sharing information, resources, expertise, and ideas within the university community and beyond.
- Supporting and promoting the educational leadership stream.
You can find out more about us and our history on this website. The educational leadership network is not formally supported by a specific institutional unit, but is instead a community of practice dedicated to helping educational leadership faculty succeed in their careers here at UBC.
- Learn more about our terms of references and goals, and see how you can get involved.
We post newsletters, events, helpful resources and other information on the this website. Our team also organizes events and mentoring for faculty. You can see our most recent posts on the right.
Recent Network and Discussion News
ELNet will be hosting a promotion and tenure workshop on January 25, 2024 for all educational leadership faculty members. The tentative schedule to to have a…
Message from the 2023-2024 Chair
“I have been a part of the ELNet since near its beginnings and have found it to be one of my key joys of working here at UBC. I have had roles within the network over the years and look forward to acting as the Chair for this upcoming academic year. This year, the ELNet will continue to in the theme of “gentle advocacy” – continuing to support EL faculty members by encouraging engagement to foster connections, progress, and work enjoyment. Together we can achieve so much more. Please reach out, sign up for the newsletter, sign up for mentoring, attend upcoming events, use the website resources, join the team.”— Sally Stewart, ELNet Chair
We acknowledge that UBC’s campuses are the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of
the xwməθkwəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh, Stó:lō, Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh, and Syilx peoples.