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2014 CLIF Abstracts

The purpose of the Centred on Learning Innovation Fund is to stimulate the development, implementation, and assessment of innovative teaching and learning. Click on 'Abstract' to read more about this year’s proposals:


Longitudinal Assessment of Student Learning Tools: Enhanced Higher Learning by Online Modules
Ken Cramer, Department of Psychology
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Empowering First Responders through an Educational Workshop on Human Anatomy
Anna Farias, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry - Windsor Program & Sara Mcnorton, Biological Sciences Department
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Preparing Delivery of the New Criminology Professional Development Practicum Course
Amy Fitzgerald, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology
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Developing an Ethic of Care through Sexual Assault Prevention Education
Anne Forrest, Dusty Johnstone, Women's Studies
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Community-Based Externship Evaluation Project
Gemma Smyth, Claire Mumme, Anneke Smit, Myra Tawfik & Adam Vasey, Faculty of Law
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Online transactional simulations for legal experiential and clinical education
Myra Tawfik & Wissam Aoun, Faculty of Law
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“You’re Hired!”, “Managing Organizational Change” and other teaching simulations: Developing Organizational Behaviour Kinesiology-specific teaching resources.
Jess Dixon, Department of Kinesiology
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Redesign of Engineering Software Fundamental Course to Facilitate Student Centered Learning
Xiaohong Xu & Vesselina Roussinova, Civil and Environmental Engineering
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