“So, what do you do?” 

I am the Director of Learning and Teaching at BCcampus, where my team and I focus on projects, initiatives and events that support Learning & Teaching, including digital and online learning in B.C. public post-secondary education.

Previously, I spent 10 years wearing various hats and fascinators at Royal Roads University in the Centre for Teaching & Educational Technologies  (Manager of Teaching & Learning, Manager of Learning Technologies, Instructional Designer, ISW facilitator, etc.) .

Before that, 8 years at Simon Fraser University (Centre for Online and Distance Education, Faculty of Education), and earned my MA in Education there too.

I’m on LinkedIn if you want more info along those lines.

My email address is: geetracy [at] gmail [dot] com

“…what else?”

I have a special interest in facilitation, particularly…

  • Visual Practices:  Passion for facilitation, fun, markers, and doodling flung me on the path of using visual approaches, including graphic recording.  I usually do this work large on paper taped to the wall, but I also work small/digital (on an iPad, usually with the app, Paper by Fifty-Three.  I share some of my recordings/sketchnotes, doodles and other illustrations on Instagram and  Flickr 



2 thoughts on “About

  1. Sherry Willing - Art Gallery of Greater Victoria


    The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is interested in exploring our future in our new building.

    BRAINSTORM is an interactive project space in which we imagine, with visitors, how we can move the AGGV into the future. It will feature a range of hands-on activities; opportunities to share ideas about the future of the AGGV’s programming; insight into the gallery’s history and future; innovative explorations of the AGGV collection; and more. We are wondering if you as a Graphic Recorder might help us imagine the kinds of initiatives and programs that can take shape in our new building.


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