Roundtables

The 2011 STLHE Conference will feature a number of roundtable presentations covering a number of different topics.
 
The roundtables will be held on Thursday, June 16th from 12:00 noon to 12:50 pm.  The sessions will be held in the Arts Classrooms located on the first and second floor of the Arts Building.
 
If you are facilitating a roundtable discussion at the 2011 STLHE Conference, we have prepared a presenters guide that may be of use to you as you prepare for your session in advance of the conference.
 
You can download a .pdf version of the rountable schedule, including abstracts:
Roundtable Sessions Program
 
12:10 – 1:00 pm
Arts 101
R1 Collaboration as a Road to Services Provision in Teaching & Learning Centres In Canada
Dalia Hanna, The Learning & Teaching Office, Ryerson University; Maureen Reed, The Learning & Teaching Office, Ryerson University
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Arts 101
R 2 Responding to the Call for Action on Aboriginal Education: The Role of Centres for Teaching and Learning
Jim Greer, Tereigh Ewert-Bauer, Jeff Baker, and Brad Wuetherick, Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness, University of Saskatchewan
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Arts 104
R 3 Growing our Capacity for Service Learning & Community Engagement in Canada
Chelsea Willness, Edwards School of Business,University of Saskatchewan
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Arts 104
R 4 More than Beyond the Classroom: Co-Curricular Service-Learning at St. Thomas More College
Patricia McDougall, Psychology, St. Thomas More College; Chibeze Philomena Ojukwu, Engaged Learning Office, St. Thomas More College; Caitlin Ward, Engaged Learning Office, St. Thomas More College
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Arts 105
R 5 Stories About Trust Within The University
Candace Bloomquist and Kim West, University of Saskatchewan
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Arts 105
R 6 In a Perfect Universe(ity)...
Glen R. Loppnow, Department of Chemistry, University of Alberta
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Arts 106
R 7 The Value of Co-Curricular Records in Higher Education
Brea Lowenberger, University Learning Centre, University of Saskatchewan
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Arts 108
R 8 Wider Horizons: Fostering a Culture of Undergraduate Research
Roxanne Harde, Humanities, University of Alberta-Augustana; Dr. Neil Haave, Science, University of Alberta-Augustana
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Arts 108
R 9 On Line Group Projects--Making them Palatable for On-line Students
Claudia M. Caruana, University of Maryland, University College
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Arts 109
R 10 Challenges and benefits of open source vs. commercial learning management systems in higher education: Is this the right question and does it really matter to students?
Nick Baker, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Windsor
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Arts 109
R 11 Transition to a new Learning Management System (LMS): Opportunities for reflection on online teaching, learning, and support
Christopher Goetz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; Genevieve Gauthier, 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; Asim Aziz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta; Trevor Jones, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of Alberta
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Arts 200
R 12 Expanding Horizons: Optimizing International Students' Learning Experiences
Lynn Taylor, Centre for Learning and Teaching, Dalhousie University
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Arts 200
R 13 Teaching in your Second Language: Challenges and Strategies
Marla Arbach, Comparative Literature and Literary Theory, University of Santiago de Compostela
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Arts 206
R 14 Teaching and Learning using Accelerated Scheduling: The Supercourse Experience!
Brent E. Faught, Department of Community Health Sciences, Brock University;  Madelyn P. Law, Department of Community Health Sciences, Brock University;  Anna Lathrop, Department of Physical Education and Kinesiology, Brock University
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Arts 206
R 15 Motivating More Students in Larger Classes: Using the Carrot and the Stick
Russell Day, Psychology Department, Simon Fraser University
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Arts 210
R 16 Informal Mid-term Teaching Evaluations: Constructing a Practical Resource for Faculty
Jovan Groen, Centre of University Teaching, University of Ottawa
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Arts 210
R 17 Supporting Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Communities Through a Web Portal
Gary Hunt, Centre for Teaching and Learning, Thompson Rivers University; Heather Hurren, Centre for Teaching and Learning, University of British Columbia-Okanagan; Peter Arthur, Centre for Teaching and Learning, UBC-Okanagan; Janine Hirtz, Centre for Teaching and Learning, UBC-Okanagan; Sylvia Currie, BCCampus
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Arts 212
R 18 Innovative Partnerships: An Approach to Pediatric Clinical Education
Marcella Ogenchuk, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan; Shelley Spurr, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan; Michelle Prytula, Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan; Jill Bally, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan.
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Arts 212
R 19 Narrative pedagogy and the evaluation of clinical practice in education: Fostering clinical competency through stories
Stephanie Zettel, Faculty of Health and Community Studies, Mount Royal University
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Arts 213
R 20 Stories from a sustainable teaching and learning class/community
Peta White, University of Regina
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Arts 213
R 21 Moving from your Comfort Zone into The Zone: Sharing Successes and Surprises
Sheryl Mills, The Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectivenss, University of Saskatchewan; Terry Tollefson, Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan
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Arts 214
R 22 New Pathways to Connect with Students
Julie Weible, STLHE student board member-at-large (outgoing), University of Calgary; Natalie Gerum, STLHE student board member-at-large (incoming), Mount Allison University; Arshad Ahmad, STLHE President, Concordia University; Susan Vajocki, STLHE board member, McMaster University; Angie Thompson, STLHE board member, St. Franics Xavier University
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Arts 214
R 23 Teaching-Stream Faculty: Measuring and Communicating Scholarship and other Scholarly Activities
Colin J. Montpetit, University of Ottawa; Lovaye Kajiura, McMaster University
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Arts 217
R 24 "Have you, my little serpents, a new skin?" Transformative Possibilities for Curricular Design in English Studies and Beyond
Lee Easton, English, Mount Royal University; Kelly Hewson, English, Mount Royal University
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Arts 217
R 25 Bridging an Enthusiasm Gap in the Classroom: Can Reality TV Help?
Richard J. Long, Edwards School of Business, University of Saskatchewan
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