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Education

Marium Tolson-MurttyMarium Tolson-Murtty, co-ordinator of Continuing Teacher Education programs, introduced an intersession course in “Teaching and Learning through E-Learning.”

Teachers snap up course on e-learning

The Faculty of Education admitted 30 teachers from area school boards free to its advanced qualifications course on e-learning.

students gathered around tableIn-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Mandatory e-learning poses problem for high schoolers: researcher

In-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Post-doc position to probe paucity of women executives in public transit

In a more environmentally-conscious world, public transportation is growing in importance. But is it growing in gender equity?

Lindsey Jaber, assistant professor in educational psychology, seeks to find out.

She invites emerging researchers to apply for a post-doctoral fellowship on her project “Transit Gender Sunshine List,” an assessment of the representation of women as CEOs and directors of Canadian transit systems.

finger on doorbellSome are concerned that doorbell cameras and video-sharing partnerships with police departments encroach on people’s privacy and civil liberties.

Say no to Ring, urges professor

Doorbell cameras and video-sharing partnerships with police departments encroach on people’s privacy and civil liberties, says professor Bonnie Stewart.