SPEAKER :Associate Professor Harry Hubball, Department of Curriculum Studies, University of British ColumbiaIntegrating program-level learning outcomes and institutional teaching development plans: The scholarship of curriculum and pedagogical practice in higher education.SYPNOSIS :There is growing recognition of the complexity of academic work and the need for scholarly approaches to curricula and pedagogical practices in higher education. Many universities in North America, Australia, UK and Europe, for example, have recently developed learning-centred curricula that focus on explicit student learning outcomes and assessment practices. Linking student learning and achievement with properly aligned teaching development plans within institutions, however, is critical for successful implementation. This presentation examines the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in higher education by highlighting successful case study examples from Universities in the Provinces of Ontario and British Columbia, Canada.Associate Professor Harry Hubball is from the Department of Curriculum Studies, University of British Columbia. A/P Hubball is a 3M National Teaching Fellow and the Co-Chair for UBC Faculty Certificate Program on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Faculty of Education.