If you’re teaching at the U of S this year, you may be interested in this institute, sponsored by the Gwenna Moss Teaching and Learning Centre. It is typically an excellent event…well worth the time if you have it. Here is the announcement from the GMTLC . Continue reading
CIDER has two 4 month internships for 2 graduate student
studying distance education. Deadline for application is
August 31, 2005.
Position 1 – Full time (Edmonton, AB)
Our first position is full time and involves support for a
variety of CIDER research and professional development
activities. This full time position (37.5 hours per week)
calls for at least 3 days a week attendance at the Edmonton
Learning Center of Athabasca University. The duration of
this internship is up to 4 months, and must be concluded by
March 31, 2006. This position pays approx. $2700/ month.
The successful intern will have interest and skills in
conducting a variety of qualitative and quantitative
research, creating literature reviews, and providing
resources and support to other distance education
Position 2 – Half time (Distance, anywhere in Canada)
Our second position is part-time (up to 20 hours per week),
and involves distance support for a variety of CIDER
research and professional development activities. This
half-time position can be completed at a distance or at the
Edmonton Learning Centre of Athabasca University. The
duration of this internship is for up to 4 months, and must
be concluded by March 31, 2006. This position pays approx.
$1400/ month, depending on hours worked.
Please email your CV and cover letter internship either the
full or half-time position by August 31, 2005 to Paula
Smith at email@example.com
To learn more about CIDER, visit
Undergraduate Semester in Dialogue
We are inviting applications for a full-time, limited term, assistant
professor position to teach in Simon Fraser University’s Undergraduate
Semester in Dialogue. The Semester in Dialogue addresses what we believe is
the principal challenge for contemporary education: to inspire students with
a sense of civic responsibility, encourage their passion to improve Canadian
society, and develop innovative intellectual tools for effective problem
solving. Each semester we develop an original and intensive learning
experience that uses dialogue to focus student education on public issues.
The Undergraduate Semester is associated with the Morris J. Wosk Centre for
Dialogue at SFU’s downtown Vancouver campus, conceived to encourage public
assembly through dialogue-based programs and conferences that address social
issues. Full information can be found at www.sfu.ca/dialogue/undergrad.