Silvia Bartolic

Undergraduate Chair | Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 0684
location_on AnSo-1315

Research Area

Education

B.A., University of British Columbia

M.A., University of British Columbia

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

 

About

I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and French and a Master of Arts degree in Family Studies from the University of British Columbia (UBC). I then worked as a Researcher in Distance Education and Psychiatry as well as a sessional instructor in Family Studies at UBC. After several rewarding years in these positions, I decided to go back to graduate school to earn a PhD. I completed my degree in Human Development and Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin and once again returned to UBC to teach as a Sessional Instructor. As of 2019, I am an Associate Professor of Teaching, teaching approximately 450 students per year.

I very much enjoy the diversity my students bring to the learning environment. Often student comments and questions spark a research idea or have prompted me to find a new/better way of explaining a concept or theory. I am very happy to answer your questions, so please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Courses taught at UBC include:

Relationship Development, Parent-Child Relationships, Health and Family, Sociology of the Family, Social Interaction, Introduction to Statistics, Survey Research Methods, Sociology of Aging, Sociology of Mental Illness, and Theories of Family and Kinship.

Currently teaching:

Sociology of the Family, Relationship Development, Theories of Family and Kinship.


Research

Research Interests:

Scholarship of teaching and learning; distance/blended learning; evaluation of teaching; group, activity and problem based learning; relationship dynamics; family and health.


Publications

Publications:

Bartolic, S. K., Boud, D., Agapito, J., Verpoorten, D., Williams, S., Lutze-Mann, L., Matzat, U., Moreno, M., Polly, P., Tai, J., Marsh, H. L., Lin, L., Burgess, J. L., Habtu, S., Rodrigo, M. M., Roth, M., Heap, T. & Guppy, N. (2021). A Multi-Institutional Assessment of Changes in Higher Education Teaching and Learning in the Face of COVID-19. Educational Review, DOI:10.1080/00131911.2021.1955830.

Lyon, K., Malette, N., Holroyd, H., Greer, K., & Bartolic, S. K. (2020). Reimagining ownership of formal, student-led peer mentoring: Student mentors speak back to the literature. The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching, 1(13), 13 – 18.

Kolpashnikova, K. & Bartolic, S. K. (2018). Digital divide in quantitative methods: The effects of computer-assisted instruction and students’ attitudes on knowledge acquisition. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 35 (2), 208-217. DOI: 10.1111/jcal.12322.

Bartolic, S. K., Lyon, K. A., Sierra, L., & White, J. M. (2016). Comparative approaches to teaching family theories. Family Science Review, 21 (1),56-70.

White, J. M., Martin, T. F., & Bartolic, S. K. (2013). Families Across the Life Course, Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

Publications in press:

Verpoorten, D., Delfosse, C., Jerome, F., Leduc, L., Guppy, N., Bartolic, S. K., Alonso,V., Hausman, M., & Detroz, P. (In press Spirale – Revue de Recherches en Éducation). « Basculement vers le virtuel » – Constantes et variations dans la mise en œuvre par 50 enseignants.

Guppy. N., Boud, D., Heap, T., Verpoorten, D., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Lutze-Mann, L., Roth, M., Polly, P., Burgess, J. L., Agapito, J., & Bartolic, S. K. (in press: HIGH-D-21-00615R2) Teaching and learning under COVID-19 public health edicts: The role of household lockdowns and prior technology usage. Higher Education

Publications under review:

Verette-Lindenbaum, J., Bartolic, S. K. & Miller, R. S. Teaching Relationship Science: Continuity and Change in Our Craft. Submitted to Personal Relationships, Nov 1, 2021.

Bartolic, S. K., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Burgess, J. l., Boud, D., Craig, H., Archibald, A., De Jaeger, A., Kaplan-Rakowski, R., Lutze-Mann, L., Polly, P., Roth, M., Heap, T., Agapito, J. & Guppy, N. Student vulnerabilities and confidence in learning in the context of the COVID-19 disruption. Submitted to Studies in Higher Education Oct 3, 2021.

Guppy, N., Verpoorten, D., Boud, D., Lin, L., Tai, J., & Bartolic, S. K. The future of digital learning in higher education post-COVID-19: Views from educators, students, and other professionals in six countries. Submitted to British Journal of Educational Technology August 8, 2021.

Recent Presentations:

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 12). The future of higher education – Is it heading toward online learning? Evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic a multi-institutional study. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 11). Are open educational resources the future? Examining student perceptions and preferences. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Nov. 4). Developing an inclusive and accessible family sociology textbook: Integrating student perspectives. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Lam, J.* & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 3). Effective feedback practices in remote instructional contexts. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Criag, H.** & Silverman, N.* (2021, Nov. 3). Advancing the family studies minor: Addressing program gaps and increasing program engagement through community and stakeholder participation. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct. 26). Promoting Inclusion in Online Learning: Evidence from the Covid-19 Pandemic a Multi-Institutional Study. Session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct 26-29). Bridging the gap between the classroom and workplace: Evidence from a sociology undergraduate program curriculum renewal. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Oct. 26-29). An open resource textbook: Understanding student perceptions and preferences. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Craig, H.** & Bartolic, S. K. (2021, June 7). Stakeholder perspectives: Developing student interpersonal skills and competencies in family science. Session at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, June 7). Multimodal assessments. Roundtable presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Tolentino, C.* & Craig, H.** (2021, June 7-8). An open resource textbook: Bridging the gap of educational inequalities within family science curricula. Poster presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Lam, J.* (2021, June 4). Providing effective personalized feedback using learning analytics. Session at the Canadian Sociological Association at Congress.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Chang, L. (2021, May 5). Using stakeholder voices in curriculum reform to increase opportunities for mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Chang, L. & Craig, H.* (2021, May 5). Exploring the impact of learning analytics on learning and mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.*, D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, May). Promoting digital and visual literacy: Through multimodal projects. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Guppy, N. (2021, May). Student vulnerability amidst the Covid-19 pandemic: A multi-institutional examination. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.


Silvia Bartolic

Undergraduate Chair | Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 0684
location_on AnSo-1315

B.A., University of British Columbia

M.A., University of British Columbia

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

 

I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and French and a Master of Arts degree in Family Studies from the University of British Columbia (UBC). I then worked as a Researcher in Distance Education and Psychiatry as well as a sessional instructor in Family Studies at UBC. After several rewarding years in these positions, I decided to go back to graduate school to earn a PhD. I completed my degree in Human Development and Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin and once again returned to UBC to teach as a Sessional Instructor. As of 2019, I am an Associate Professor of Teaching, teaching approximately 450 students per year.

I very much enjoy the diversity my students bring to the learning environment. Often student comments and questions spark a research idea or have prompted me to find a new/better way of explaining a concept or theory. I am very happy to answer your questions, so please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Courses taught at UBC include:

Relationship Development, Parent-Child Relationships, Health and Family, Sociology of the Family, Social Interaction, Introduction to Statistics, Survey Research Methods, Sociology of Aging, Sociology of Mental Illness, and Theories of Family and Kinship.

Currently teaching:

Sociology of the Family, Relationship Development, Theories of Family and Kinship.

Research Interests:

Scholarship of teaching and learning; distance/blended learning; evaluation of teaching; group, activity and problem based learning; relationship dynamics; family and health.

Publications:

Bartolic, S. K., Boud, D., Agapito, J., Verpoorten, D., Williams, S., Lutze-Mann, L., Matzat, U., Moreno, M., Polly, P., Tai, J., Marsh, H. L., Lin, L., Burgess, J. L., Habtu, S., Rodrigo, M. M., Roth, M., Heap, T. & Guppy, N. (2021). A Multi-Institutional Assessment of Changes in Higher Education Teaching and Learning in the Face of COVID-19. Educational Review, DOI:10.1080/00131911.2021.1955830.

Lyon, K., Malette, N., Holroyd, H., Greer, K., & Bartolic, S. K. (2020). Reimagining ownership of formal, student-led peer mentoring: Student mentors speak back to the literature. The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching, 1(13), 13 - 18.

Kolpashnikova, K. & Bartolic, S. K. (2018). Digital divide in quantitative methods: The effects of computer-assisted instruction and students’ attitudes on knowledge acquisition. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 35 (2), 208-217. DOI: 10.1111/jcal.12322.

Bartolic, S. K., Lyon, K. A., Sierra, L., & White, J. M. (2016). Comparative approaches to teaching family theories. Family Science Review, 21 (1),56-70.

White, J. M., Martin, T. F., & Bartolic, S. K. (2013). Families Across the Life Course, Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

Publications in press:

Verpoorten, D., Delfosse, C., Jerome, F., Leduc, L., Guppy, N., Bartolic, S. K., Alonso,V., Hausman, M., & Detroz, P. (In press Spirale - Revue de Recherches en Éducation). « Basculement vers le virtuel » - Constantes et variations dans la mise en œuvre par 50 enseignants.

Guppy. N., Boud, D., Heap, T., Verpoorten, D., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Lutze-Mann, L., Roth, M., Polly, P., Burgess, J. L., Agapito, J., & Bartolic, S. K. (in press: HIGH-D-21-00615R2) Teaching and learning under COVID-19 public health edicts: The role of household lockdowns and prior technology usage. Higher Education

Publications under review:

Verette-Lindenbaum, J., Bartolic, S. K. & Miller, R. S. Teaching Relationship Science: Continuity and Change in Our Craft. Submitted to Personal Relationships, Nov 1, 2021.

Bartolic, S. K., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Burgess, J. l., Boud, D., Craig, H., Archibald, A., De Jaeger, A., Kaplan-Rakowski, R., Lutze-Mann, L., Polly, P., Roth, M., Heap, T., Agapito, J. & Guppy, N. Student vulnerabilities and confidence in learning in the context of the COVID-19 disruption. Submitted to Studies in Higher Education Oct 3, 2021.

Guppy, N., Verpoorten, D., Boud, D., Lin, L., Tai, J., & Bartolic, S. K. The future of digital learning in higher education post-COVID-19: Views from educators, students, and other professionals in six countries. Submitted to British Journal of Educational Technology August 8, 2021.

Recent Presentations:

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 12). The future of higher education - Is it heading toward online learning? Evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic a multi-institutional study. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 11). Are open educational resources the future? Examining student perceptions and preferences. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Nov. 4). Developing an inclusive and accessible family sociology textbook: Integrating student perspectives. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Lam, J.* & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 3). Effective feedback practices in remote instructional contexts. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Criag, H.** & Silverman, N.* (2021, Nov. 3). Advancing the family studies minor: Addressing program gaps and increasing program engagement through community and stakeholder participation. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct. 26). Promoting Inclusion in Online Learning: Evidence from the Covid-19 Pandemic a Multi-Institutional Study. Session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct 26-29). Bridging the gap between the classroom and workplace: Evidence from a sociology undergraduate program curriculum renewal. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Oct. 26-29). An open resource textbook: Understanding student perceptions and preferences. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Craig, H.** & Bartolic, S. K. (2021, June 7). Stakeholder perspectives: Developing student interpersonal skills and competencies in family science. Session at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, June 7). Multimodal assessments. Roundtable presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Tolentino, C.* & Craig, H.** (2021, June 7-8). An open resource textbook: Bridging the gap of educational inequalities within family science curricula. Poster presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Lam, J.* (2021, June 4). Providing effective personalized feedback using learning analytics. Session at the Canadian Sociological Association at Congress.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Chang, L. (2021, May 5). Using stakeholder voices in curriculum reform to increase opportunities for mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Chang, L. & Craig, H.* (2021, May 5). Exploring the impact of learning analytics on learning and mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.*, D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, May). Promoting digital and visual literacy: Through multimodal projects. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Guppy, N. (2021, May). Student vulnerability amidst the Covid-19 pandemic: A multi-institutional examination. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.

Silvia Bartolic

Undergraduate Chair | Associate Professor of Teaching
phone 604 827 0684
location_on AnSo-1315

B.A., University of British Columbia

M.A., University of British Columbia

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

 

I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and French and a Master of Arts degree in Family Studies from the University of British Columbia (UBC). I then worked as a Researcher in Distance Education and Psychiatry as well as a sessional instructor in Family Studies at UBC. After several rewarding years in these positions, I decided to go back to graduate school to earn a PhD. I completed my degree in Human Development and Family Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin and once again returned to UBC to teach as a Sessional Instructor. As of 2019, I am an Associate Professor of Teaching, teaching approximately 450 students per year.

I very much enjoy the diversity my students bring to the learning environment. Often student comments and questions spark a research idea or have prompted me to find a new/better way of explaining a concept or theory. I am very happy to answer your questions, so please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Courses taught at UBC include:

Relationship Development, Parent-Child Relationships, Health and Family, Sociology of the Family, Social Interaction, Introduction to Statistics, Survey Research Methods, Sociology of Aging, Sociology of Mental Illness, and Theories of Family and Kinship.

Currently teaching:

Sociology of the Family, Relationship Development, Theories of Family and Kinship.

Research Interests:

Scholarship of teaching and learning; distance/blended learning; evaluation of teaching; group, activity and problem based learning; relationship dynamics; family and health.

Publications:

Bartolic, S. K., Boud, D., Agapito, J., Verpoorten, D., Williams, S., Lutze-Mann, L., Matzat, U., Moreno, M., Polly, P., Tai, J., Marsh, H. L., Lin, L., Burgess, J. L., Habtu, S., Rodrigo, M. M., Roth, M., Heap, T. & Guppy, N. (2021). A Multi-Institutional Assessment of Changes in Higher Education Teaching and Learning in the Face of COVID-19. Educational Review, DOI:10.1080/00131911.2021.1955830.

Lyon, K., Malette, N., Holroyd, H., Greer, K., & Bartolic, S. K. (2020). Reimagining ownership of formal, student-led peer mentoring: Student mentors speak back to the literature. The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching, 1(13), 13 - 18.

Kolpashnikova, K. & Bartolic, S. K. (2018). Digital divide in quantitative methods: The effects of computer-assisted instruction and students’ attitudes on knowledge acquisition. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 35 (2), 208-217. DOI: 10.1111/jcal.12322.

Bartolic, S. K., Lyon, K. A., Sierra, L., & White, J. M. (2016). Comparative approaches to teaching family theories. Family Science Review, 21 (1),56-70.

White, J. M., Martin, T. F., & Bartolic, S. K. (2013). Families Across the Life Course, Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

Publications in press:

Verpoorten, D., Delfosse, C., Jerome, F., Leduc, L., Guppy, N., Bartolic, S. K., Alonso,V., Hausman, M., & Detroz, P. (In press Spirale - Revue de Recherches en Éducation). « Basculement vers le virtuel » - Constantes et variations dans la mise en œuvre par 50 enseignants.

Guppy. N., Boud, D., Heap, T., Verpoorten, D., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Lutze-Mann, L., Roth, M., Polly, P., Burgess, J. L., Agapito, J., & Bartolic, S. K. (in press: HIGH-D-21-00615R2) Teaching and learning under COVID-19 public health edicts: The role of household lockdowns and prior technology usage. Higher Education

Publications under review:

Verette-Lindenbaum, J., Bartolic, S. K. & Miller, R. S. Teaching Relationship Science: Continuity and Change in Our Craft. Submitted to Personal Relationships, Nov 1, 2021.

Bartolic, S. K., Matzat, U., Tai, J., Burgess, J. l., Boud, D., Craig, H., Archibald, A., De Jaeger, A., Kaplan-Rakowski, R., Lutze-Mann, L., Polly, P., Roth, M., Heap, T., Agapito, J. & Guppy, N. Student vulnerabilities and confidence in learning in the context of the COVID-19 disruption. Submitted to Studies in Higher Education Oct 3, 2021.

Guppy, N., Verpoorten, D., Boud, D., Lin, L., Tai, J., & Bartolic, S. K. The future of digital learning in higher education post-COVID-19: Views from educators, students, and other professionals in six countries. Submitted to British Journal of Educational Technology August 8, 2021.

Recent Presentations:

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 12). The future of higher education - Is it heading toward online learning? Evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic a multi-institutional study. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 11). Are open educational resources the future? Examining student perceptions and preferences. Pitch room session at the Catalyzing Conversations: Energizing SoTL Conference, Mokakiiks Centre for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal University

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Nov. 4). Developing an inclusive and accessible family sociology textbook: Integrating student perspectives. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Lam, J.* & Craig, H.** (2021, Nov. 3). Effective feedback practices in remote instructional contexts. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Criag, H.** & Silverman, N.* (2021, Nov. 3). Advancing the family studies minor: Addressing program gaps and increasing program engagement through community and stakeholder participation. Session at the National Council on Family Relations Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct. 26). Promoting Inclusion in Online Learning: Evidence from the Covid-19 Pandemic a Multi-Institutional Study. Session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K. & Craig, H.** (2021, Oct 26-29). Bridging the gap between the classroom and workplace: Evidence from a sociology undergraduate program curriculum renewal. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Tolentino, C.* (2021, Oct. 26-29). An open resource textbook: Understanding student perceptions and preferences. Poster session at the International Society for the for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.

Craig, H.** & Bartolic, S. K. (2021, June 7). Stakeholder perspectives: Developing student interpersonal skills and competencies in family science. Session at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, June 7). Multimodal assessments. Roundtable presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Tolentino, C.* & Craig, H.** (2021, June 7-8). An open resource textbook: Bridging the gap of educational inequalities within family science curricula. Poster presentation at the Family Science Association’s Teaching Family Science Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.** & Lam, J.* (2021, June 4). Providing effective personalized feedback using learning analytics. Session at the Canadian Sociological Association at Congress.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Chang, L. (2021, May 5). Using stakeholder voices in curriculum reform to increase opportunities for mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Chang, L. & Craig, H.* (2021, May 5). Exploring the impact of learning analytics on learning and mentorship. Session at the Taylor Institute Conference on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.*, D’Onofrio, C. & May, H. (2021, May). Promoting digital and visual literacy: Through multimodal projects. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.

Bartolic, S. K., Craig, H.* & Guppy, N. (2021, May). Student vulnerability amidst the Covid-19 pandemic: A multi-institutional examination. Session at the Lilly Online Conference.