Past and Current Projects

Below is a list of past and current projects funded by the Teaching & Learning Priority Fund. Click the project title to read more details such as project results, how the project information was shared or any obstacles which were overcome during the term of the project.

2020

  • Visualization of Consolidation Process - Won-Taek Oh, Civil Engineering
  • Longhand Notetaking vs. Digital Notetaking - Scott Ronis & Daniel Voyer, Psychology
  • Flipping Product Design & Development on Its Head - Kush Bubbar, Engineering
  • Assistance with SoTL Projects - Magdalen Normandeau, Physics
  • Multimedia Learning Modules About Waves - Magdalen Normandeau & Ben Newling, Physics
  • Enhancing Education with Hands-On Research - Ted MacDonald, Economics
  • Interdisciplinary Health Challenges Competition - Sarah Balcom, Nursing
  • Building a TableTop Games Collection - Scott Preston, Media Arts & Culture
  • Injection Administration: Details No One Talks About - Mary Lou Batty, Nursing

2019

  • Experimental Archaeology Curricular Unit - Gabriel Hrynick, Anthropology
  • A Video Program to Enhance French Beginner Course - Muriel Chaput, French
  • Virtual Simulation Games Creating a New Capability - Renee Gordon, Nursing
  • Investigating the Implementation of the Co-Curricular Program in Engineering - Adam Wilson, Electrical & Computer Engineering & Yves Losier, Mechanical Engineering
  • Investigating the Impact of Study Time Tracking Methods on Academic Performance - Adam Wilson, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Development of a Field Skills Forestry Trail for Enhanced Student Learning - Kara Costanza, Forestry

2018

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2013

2012

  • Teaching Students with Disabilities - Jody Gorham, Student Affairs & Services
  • Dynamics Simulation (Final Version) - Bev Bramble, CETL
  • Develop and Test Prototype - NurseApp - Gail Storr, Nursing
  • VP Approach to Improve Learning on Engineering Graphics - Sophie Yao, Mechanical Engineering
  • SDL (Self-Directed Learning) in EE1813 - Chris Didich, Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • Interactive Media Collaboratory - Lauren Cruikshank & Scott Preston, Culture & Language Studies

2011

2010

  • Teaching Legal Writing - Jula Hughes, Law
  • Motivating Student Learning - Thomas Mengel, Renaissance College
  • Innovative use of Technology - Nancy Nason-Clark, Sociology
  • Setting Student Goals - Michael Fleming, Computer Science
  • International Internship Re-entry - Nadya Ladouceur, Renaissance College
  • Collaborative Teaching - Eamonn Lynch, Renaissance College
  • Library Tutorials - Lesley Balcom, Harriet Irving Library

2009

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2006

2005