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CLIF Abstracts 2016-17

The Centre for Teaching and Learning has established the Centred on Learning Innovation Fund (CLIF) to facilitate projects that contribute to the development, implementation, assessment, and further exploration of learning outcomes and learning outcomes-based practice at the University of Windsor. Click on abstract to read more about this year’s proposals:


Establishing a Faculty Learning Community Focused on Teaching in Large Classes
Dora Cavallo-Medved, Department of Biological Sciences; Danielle Soulliere, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; and Judy Bornais, Faculty of Nursing
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Tactical Workshops: Professional Practices for Emerging Artists
Karen Engle, Jennifer Willet, and Cyndra MacDowall, School of Creative Arts
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Tools for Teaching Everyday Anti-Racist Intersectional Practice
Cara Fabre, Women’s and Gender Studies
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Embedded Information Literacy for Engineering Students
Grace Liu, Leddy Library; and Lisa Salfi, Faculty of Engineering
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Digital storytelling to foster engagement and learning in undergraduate physiology courses
Kevin Milne, Matthew Krause, Kenji Kenno, and Cheri McGowan, Department of Kinesiology
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Development of a Web-Based GIS Learning Module for Community-Asset Mapping to Improve Service Learning In Social Work
Wansoo Park, School of Social Work; and Xue Luo, Leddy Library
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Developing a Work-Integrated Learning Model for Human Performance: A Collaboration Between the Department of Kinesiology and the Department of Athletics and Recreational Services
Chad Sutherland and Kevin Milne, Department of Kinesiology; and Lucas Hodgson and David Stoute, Department of Athletics and Recreational Services
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Vertical Peer Mentoring as a High Impact Experiential Learning Opportunity: Expansion and Evaluation of the SURE Program (Science Undergraduate Research Experiences)
John Trant, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry; and Christopher Houser, Faculty of Science
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