About Learning and Teaching Commons (LTC)
Here, the word “commons” means shared.
NAIT’s LTC belongs to both students and staff.
LTC is a place of community, collaboration, creativity, celebration and change. Our goal is to foster both knowledge construction and knowledge acquisition; our staff have a broad range of expertise and are here to support you. In LTC you can:
- get help with assignments
- explore technology
- discover new information
- collaborate with classmates or colleagues
- create content
And do so much more.
Academic Support Services
Whether there is a concept you are struggling with, or your study skills could use a boost, our specialists will help you succeed in your academic career at NAIT. Discover how Academic Support Services
can enrich your learning experience with a variety of on campus and online services for students.
The Copyright Office
provides both students and staff with everything you need to know to about copyright. You can find online resources or you can contact the office directly.
Digital Media & Technology (DM&T)
works with instructors and teaching specialists to determine how digital media can support both teaching and learning. The team creates video, imagery, applications, 3D animations and other Web tools to support student learning.
combines tradition with innovation to offer students an engaging space for reflective thought and dynamic creation. Books and magazines coexist with a makerspace; collaboration rooms outfitted with the latest in technology are available and our staff provide expert support to staff and students alike.
staff work collaboratively with students and instructors to reduce barriers to learning. Students can access a variety of resources and services, such as learning strategy sessions, tutoring, supplemental learning, learning skills workshops, and more. Additionally, we provide individualized accommodations for disabled students, including alternate format course materials, assistive and adaptive technology, exam accommodations, captioning, and sign language interpretation. Visit the Learning Services webpage for more information.
assists instructors, programs and leadership to enhance NAIT's capacity to provide our students with an exceptional educational experience. Our teaching specialists will show you how to create a rubric, prepare a lesson plan, teach in larger classrooms, use new technology, and more. This work is supported through consultations, workshops, courses, in-house made resources and many other endeavours.
Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a valuable learning opportunity available in many NAIT programs. Students are placed in relevant work environments to practice course and/or program outcomes. But to pull this off takes a lot of 'behind the scenes' work. Our Work Integrated Learning
office provides administrative direction, guidance and support to programs who wish to provide WIL to students.
The Study Spaces
is a place just for students and has both quiet, individual study space and space for group work. Be advised: students on the quiet side can be quite strict about maintaining the silence.
The Computer Commons is a place where students and staff can access computers as needed. We don't have just one computer commons
. We have four.