Posters

The 2011 STLHE Poster Session and Reception will be held on Thursday, June 16 from 4:30 to 7:00 pm in the Biology/Geology Atrium
 
If you are a presenting a poster at the STLHE Conference, there is a presenter guide that has been prepared to help you prepare your poster.  It also includes information on the Pat Rogers Poster Prize given out for best poster at the conference.
 
You can download a .pdf version of the Poster Session:
Poster Sessions Program (PDF)
 
Thursday 4:30-7:30pm
P-1
Improving student readiness: Aligning secondary and university learning outcomes and assessment standards 
Dean M. Beaubier, Rolling River School Division; Shannon A. Gadbois, Department of Psychology; Brandon University
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P-2
Undergraduate Community-Based Research Project: Attitudes of the Criminal Justice System 
Tammy Marche, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan
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P-3
Interdisciplinary and Collaborative First-Year Teaching in the Humanities and Fine Arts 
Mark Meyers, History,University of Saskatchewan
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P-4
Evaluation of an interprofessional seminar series for psychiatry residents and law students 
Mansfield Mela, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Krista Trinder, Educational Support & Development, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Glen Luther, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan; Marcel D'Eon, Educational Support & Development, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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P-5
Evaluation of the anatomy laboratory for first year medical students 
Greg Malin, Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Saskatchewan; Krista Trinder, Educational Support & Development, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Dorian Irwin-Kristmanson, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Kirsti Ziola, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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P-6
Using Self-Assessment and Reflection to Build Management Skills 
Teal McAteer, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University; Mark Skowronski, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University
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P-7
SoTL Portal - Connecting Researchers 
Heather Hurren, Manager, Academic Development, Centre for Teaching and Learning, UBC -Okanagan; Gary Hunt, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Thompson Rivers University; Peter Arthur, Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning, UBC- Okanagan; Janine Hirtz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, UBC-Okanagan; Sylvia Currie, BCCampus
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P-8
The Ongoing Evolution of a 2nd Year Undergraduate Chemical Biology Inquiry Course - A Guided Inquiry Approach to Facilitate Self-Directed Learning 
Nancy McKenzie and Paul Berti, McMaster University
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P-9
New Faculty Perceptions of Mentoring: How Graduate School Experiences Influence Their Own Approaches 
Shannon Gadbois, Psychology, Brandon University; Elizabeth Graham, Sociology, Brandon University
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P-10
Examing Academic Success in an Accelerated Schedule Format: The Supercourse Experience! 
Brent E. Faught, Department of Community Health Sciences, Brock University; Madelyn P. Law, Department of Community Health Sciences,Brock University.
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P-11
Indigenous Based Masters of Social Work Program, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba 
Indigenous Caucus: M. Hart, Y. Pompana,  G. Cook, D. Halonen, G. Gosek,  L. Deane, ,V. Morissette, G.  Rowe, University of Manitoba
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P-12
Situational Leadership and the Teaching Practicum: A Narrative
David C. Young, Faculty of Education, St. Francis Xavier University
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P-13
Efficacy of online learning - comparison between online and on-campus physiology students' experience
N. Kee, S. Matthews and C. Perumalla, University of Toronto
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P-14
Giving voice to the experience of rural preceptorship: A photovoice project
Olive Yonge, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta; Florence Myrick, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta; Linda Ferguson, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan; Quinn Grundy, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco; James Cockell, Faculty of Nursing, University of Alberta
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P-15
Bloom's Affective Domain and the Formation of Professional Identity in Clinical Education Settings
Eric Kristensen, Teaching and Learning Centre, Capilano University
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P-16
Convenience and conversation: A comparison of approaches to peer reviews
Lori Goff, Centre for Leadership in Learning, McMaster University; Michael Chong, Arts and Science, McMaster University; Kimberly Dej, Life Sciences, McMaster University

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P-17
Teaching the Art of Taking Patients' Perspectives: Interprofessional Health Seminars
Ulrich Teucher, Psychology, University of Saskatchewan; Marcel D'Eon, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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P-18
Peer Evaluation: What do Physical Therapy Students Think?
V. Dal Bello-Haas, School of Physical Therapy, University of Saskatchewan; L. Harrision, School of Physical Therapy, University of Saskatchewan; R. Kanthan, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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P-19
To list-serv or not to List-Serv
Douglas Reid, Queen's University; Denise Stockley, Queen's University; Loretta Walz, Queen's University
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P-20
Creative Assessment: The Use of Rubrics in a Fine Arts Setting
Jessie Beatty, Department of English Language and Literature, University of Windsor
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P-21
Social Theory in Action: Using Embodied Learning to Teach Disability Theory in the Post-Secondary Classroom
Elizabeth Quinlan & Desiree Nelson, Department of Sociology, University of Saskatchewan
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P-22
Continuing the Conversation in Saskatoon: The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Allen Pearson, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario; Ken N. Meadows, Teaching and Learning Services, University of Western Ontario; Dianne Bateman, Academic Development Centre, Champlain St‐Lambert College; Dieter Schonwetter, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Manitoba; John Thompson, Sociology, University of Saskatchewan
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P-23
Discovery, Integration, Communication, and Engagement: Learning through scaffolding in a field based undergraduate course in Renewable Resource Management
Thomas Yates, Department of Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan

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P-24
Supporting Instructional Renovation
Sheryl Mills, Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness, University of Saskatchewan
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P-25
Real People, Deep Learning: Negotiating Necessary Tensions with Colleagues, Learners, and Institutional Policies in Service-Based and Problem-Based Learning
Gail Frost, Physical Education and Kinesiology, Brock University; Maureen Connolly, Physical Education and Kinesiology, Brock University
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P-26
Modeling Teaching for Inclusivity and Diversity through an Open Door Program
Maureen Reed, Psychology, Learning and Teaching Office, Ryerson University; Dalia Hanna, Learning and Teaching Office, Ryerson University; John Paul Foxe, Learning and Teaching Office, Ryerson University
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P-27
Abroad to Study, Home to Study Again: An Exploratory Study of LL.B Degree Programs in England, Scotland and Australia
Andrij Kowalsky, Osgoode Hall Law School,York University, Davies Bagambiire & Associates
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P-28
New Horizons in Teaching and Learning at Simon Fraser University
Christine Kurbis, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University; Stephanie Chu, Teaching and Learning Centre, Simon Fraser University
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P-29
Approaches, process and timeline to an Learning Management System (LMS) transition
Asim Aziz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; Christopher Goetz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; Dave Sun, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; David Laurie, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; Trevor Jones, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta
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P-30
Engaging Students with Clickers in a Distributed Environment: Lessons Learned
Kalyani Premkumar, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Cyril Coupal Information Technology, University of Saskatchewan; Krista M. Trinder, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Shiva Shayani-Majd, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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P-31
Online courses = higher marks?
Cyril Coupal, Information Technology, University of Saskatchewan; Kalyani Premkumar, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Krista M. Trinder College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan; Luke Coupal, University of Saskatchewan

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