The University of Saskatchewan Process Philosophy Research Unit proudly presents our fifth annual lecture, titled “Art and Science: A Personal Perspective,” to be delivered by Dr Bill Thomlinson, Executive Director, Canadian Light Source synchrotron, on Wednesday October 4 at 3.30 p.m. in Kinesiology (PAC) Room 232.
A question and answer period will follow Bill’s talk.
From Peggy Jubien:
On November 8, 9 and 10, 2006 the Alberta Online Consortium (AOC) will
host the 10th Annual Online Learning Symposium in Calgary. The
Symposium is a national conference directed at K-12 and post-secondary
educators from across North America who have an interest in online
Visit www.ataoc.ca for more information.
Here are a couple of episodes I didn’t post earlier. We’re getting ready to change the focus of this podcast to include episodes about our own grad program, alumni, and all good things Canadian, so stay tuned for the changes. In the meantime, I’ll keep the podcast populated with sounds about ID and EdTech.
Following our products into the field
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Instructional designers in higher ed do a lot of faculty development along the way, and what seems like a simple relationship sometimes turns into long term life support.
Instructional Designers as Fitness Experts
Saturday, September 9, 2006
Different clients have different levels of confidence, and their levels of confidence influence the quality of the relationship that develops with designers.