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Friday, November 13 • 13:00 - 14:00
Research Bites

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This is a fast-paced session with 13 presenters sharing "bite-sized" 3-minute presentations.  Afterwards, there will be time to network and follow-up with presenters. 

Research Bites & Presenters:

  1. An Examination of the Ratio of In-Class Time to Out-of-Class Time Spent on Learning Activities
    Samantha Pattridge, University of the Fraser Valley

  2. Avoiding Unintended Negative Consequences of Multiple-Choice Testing
    Rajiv S. Jhangiani, Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  3. Impact of the Course Design Institute and TA Training at a University in China
    Jane Gair & Cynthia Korpan, University of Victoria

  4. FLexible field trips: Exploring Best Practices in Emerging Student-Led Technology-Assisted Field Trips
    Loch Brown, University of British Columbia

  5. Using Backchannel Technology to Enhance Large Lectures
    Derek Turner, University of British Columbia

  6. Where in the World is Flexible Learning? An Examination of the Spaces and Places of Learning
    Arthur (Gill) Green, University of British Columbia

  7. Capitalizing on Digital Distraction in the Classroom: Use of a Free Online Student Response System
    Atousa Hajshirmohammadi & Fabio Campi, Simon Fraser University

  8. Measuring and Interpreting the Impact of Instructional Video Tutorials on Educational Labs
    Fabio Campi, Ranjita Ravi, YiNan Liu & Atousa Hajshimohammadi, Simon Fraser University

  9. Using Outcomes-based Learning: How can Adult Special Education Enhance Student Learning and Align with Institutional Priorities?
    Teresa Morishita, Kwantlen Polytechnic University

  10. Active Learning Techniques: When and How are they Effective?
    Conrad King, Capilano University

  11. Using an Institutional Repository for Research-Based Active Learning: Teaching Strategies in Undergraduate Publishing
    Elizabeth Padilla, British Columbia Institute of Technology

  12. A tool for Measuring Generic Problem-Solving Skills of Undergraduate Students
    Andis Klegeris, Heather Hurren & Stephanie McKeown, University of British Columbia Okanagan

  13. Meet Me in the Food Court: Reflections on Mall-Walks and the Pedagogy of Everyday Spaces
    Jamie Rennie, Douglas College

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Maureen Wideman

Associate Vice President, Teaching and Learning, University of the Fraser Valley
Maureen has spent more than 25 years in the teaching and learning field beginning as an instructional designer, faculty member, director and now AVP. She approaches faculty development as a student success initiative and maintains the learner-centred approach in all she does. Her... Read More →


Friday November 13, 2015 13:00 - 14:00 PST
Fletcher Challenge Canada Theatre - Room 1900 (cap. 200) 515 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V6B 5K3

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