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Concurrent Session One

Concurrent Session One - Title: How Educational Technology Opens Opportunities for Learner Autonomy, Project Collaboration, Self-Evaluation and Student Voice Presenters: Dr. Abigail McMeekin - Faculty, Modern Languages, Dr. Lorrain Beaudin - Faculty, Faculty of Education, Luz Janeth Ospina - Instructor, Modern Languages,  Joerdis Weilandt - Educational Consultant, Teaching Centre

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Concurrent Session One - Title: Do classroom spaces matter? You bet they do! Presenters: Dr. Richelle Marynowski - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education and Victoria Holec - Graduate Student, Institute for Child and Youth Studies

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Concurrent Session One - Title: Wicked Gameplay: An experiment in Design Thinking, Lego Building and Meaning Making for “Solving” a Wicked Problem Presenters: Dr. Adriane MacDonald - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Management and Dr. Stephen Dann - Visiting Fellow - Faculty of Management

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Concurrent Session Two

Concurrent Session Two - Title: It’s not called Funiversity Presenters: Lee Burckes - Instructor, Faculty of Fine Arts (Drama)

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Concurrent Session Two - Title: Evaluating Evaluation: Quantitative Explorations of Student Performance Presenters: Dr.  Javid Sadr - Assistant Professor, Psychology

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Concurrent Session Two - Title: Internationalizing our curriculum: Strategies and outcomes Presenters: Dr. Bonnie Lee - Associate Professor, Health Sciences

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Concurrent Session Three

Concurrent Session Three - Title: Inclusion: Integrating lessons learned from a community context into the post-secondary classroom Presenters: Lisa Doolittle - Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Fine Arts (Drama), Corey Makoloski - Graduate Student and Instructor, Faculty of Education, Callista Chasse -ASC! Researcher

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Concurrent Session Three - Title:  A Decade of Online Assignments Presenters: Dr. Susan Findlay - Instructor - Course Co-ordinator for CHEM 1000, 2000, 2500 and 2600, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Concurrent Session Three - Title: Reflections on Dual Credit – Teaching University Courses in High School Presenters: Heather Mirau - Director, Integrated Planning, Provost’s Office, Dr. Bruce MacKay - Coordinator, Liberal Education , Dr. Deborah Jarvie - Instructor, Faculty of Management, Aaron Stout - Secondment, Faculty of Education, Jen Scott - Science Teacher, Dual Credit Facilitator, Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

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Concurrent Session Four

Concurrent Session Four - Title: Lessons from the Field: Supervising Students in Practicum Placement Presenters: Greg Ogilvie - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education & Dawn Burleigh - Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education

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Concurrent Session Four - Title: Embedded Ethnography: When Students are Our Partners in SoTL Research Presenters: Dr. Jan Newberry - Professor, Department of Anthropology, Jeff Meadows - Teaching Development Coordinator - Teaching Centre, Brittany Mitchell - Undergraduate Student Researcher, Jamie Lewis - Undergraduate Student Researcher, Jake Vinje - Undergraduate Student Researcher

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Concurrent Session Five

Concurrent Session Five - Title:  Open Access Resources, Video and Automated Marking in Math and Computing Science Presenters: Dr. Sean Fitzpatrick - Instructor, Mathematics and Computer Science, Nicole Wilson - Instructor, Mathematics and Computer Science

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Concurrent Session Five - Title: Research as the Wick in Teaching’s Candle Presenters: Dr. Susan McDaniels - Professor, Sociology - Canada Research Chair (Tier 1), Prentice Institute for Global Population & Economy, Dr. Heidi MacDonald - Associate Professor, History and Centre for Oral History and Tradition, and Julia Brassolotto - Assistant Professor, Health Sciences - AIHS Chair in Rural Health and Well-being

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Concurrent Session Six

Concurrent Session Six - Title: Increasing Student Success, Reinvigorating Pedagogy, and Improving the Affordability of Education through the Adoption of Open Educational Resources Presenters: Hailey Babb -5th year Psychology student - VP Academic at ULethSU, Emma Black - UofL Librarian, Library, Dr. Sean Fitzpatrick - Instructor, Mathematics and Computer Science, Joerdis Weilandt - Educational Consultant, Teaching Centre

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Concurrent Session Six - Title: Perspectives and Motivations on Team-Based Learning Presenters: Jeff Meadows - Teaching Development Coordinator, Teaching Centre, Dr. Olu Awosoga - Assistant Professor, Health Sciences, Dr. Davina DesRoches - Instructor, Sociology

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Concurrent Session Six - Title: Let’s Talk Science – connecting children, youth, undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty in a new experience-rich community Presenters: Dr. Ute Kothe - Associate Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Helena Danyk - Instructor, Biological Sciences, Wayne Lippa, Instructor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chad Povey - Instructor, Physics and Astronomy

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Concurrent Session Seven

Concurrent Session Seven - Title: The benefit of undergraduate tutors as classroom facilitators in a first-year course Presenters: Erin Spring - Instructor, Liberal Education, and LibEd 1500 Undergraduate Tutors

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Concurrent Session Seven -Title: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Instructor-Centered and Student-Centered Pedagogies Presenters: Dr. Karl Laderoute - Visiting Assitant Professor, Philosophy

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Concurrent Session Seven - Title: What Can a Digital Platform Teach Us?: Perusall and Reading Engagement Presenters: Dr. Kimberly Mair - Associate Professor, Sociology

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Concurrent Session Eight

Concurrent Session Eight - Title: SAILS, Take 2: A New Look at Students’ Information Literacy Attainment Levels Over One Semester Presenters: Rumi Graham - Librarian, Libray, Sandra Cowan - Librarian, Library, Nicole Eva - Librarian, Library

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Concurrent Session Eight - Title: 50 years of motivating students to learn Presenters: Dr. Mark Zieber - Assistant Professor, Health Sciences, Dr. George Zieber - Professor Emeritus, Geography, Ryan Phillips - Instructor, Health Sciences

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Concurrent Session Eight - Title: The benefits of being a “Slacker” Presenters: John Eng - Instructor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dr. Tracey Roemmele, Instructor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

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