2012-2013 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- Laura Cowen, Department of Mathematics and Statistics: Creating a Course Supplement for STAT 256
- Misao Dean, Department of English:
Improvement of the Delivery of the Writing Component of English 146
- Peter Driessen, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:
Teaching Telecommunications Engineering Using Software Defined Radio
- Rod Edwards, Department of Mathematics and Statistics: Use of Mazur Method in Math 100
- Jane Gair, Division of Medical Sciences, Island Medical Program:
Does targeted training to improve questioning skills for basic science for problem-based learning (PBL) tutors improve student exam outcomes and attitudes about PBL in undergraduate medical education?
- Fayez Gebali, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:
Developing a New Course on Hardware Security
- Robert Gifford, Department of Psychology:
How to Maximize the Learning Benefits of Student Participation in Psychological Research
- Robert Gifford, Department of Psychology: Improving Student Evaluations of HDCC 200
- Mark Laidlaw, Department of Physics and Astronomy:
Physics Study Skills
- Brent Mainprize, Peter B. Gustavson School of Business:
Taming the Dragon’s Den with a Taxonomy to Enhance Expertise Acquisition
- Donna McGhie-Richmond, Department of Educational Psychology & Leadership Studies: Integrating iPads Within a Universal Design for Learning Framework to Support Pre-Service Teachers’ Instructional Planning for Diversity
- Erin-Lee McGuire, Department of Anthropology:
Anthropological Voices: Learning to Write as an Anthropologist
- Tim Pelton, Department of Curriculum and Instruction:
Implementation and Evaluation of a 1:1 Tablet Computing Initiative in Teacher Education
- Julia Rochtchina, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies:
Integrating L2 Typing in the Russian Language Classroom
- Paul Schure, Department of Economics: Question and Answer Synthesis: Do Students Perform Better if they Create their Own Questions?
- Martin Smith, Department of Psychology: Creating Community in Large First Year Classes: The Effect of Facilitated
- Holly Tuokko, Centre on Aging:
Infusing Aging-Related Content into the Undergraduate Curriculum
- Grace Wong Sneddon,
Department of Vice President Academic and Provost:
Let’s talk about mental health!
2011-2012 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- Elizabeth Borycki, School of Health Information Science: Development, Dissemination and Evaluation of Electronic Nursing Documentation and EHR Learning Tools for Nursing Education
- Laurence Coogan, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences:
A pilot study of a new opportunity to enhance student learning in Earth Sciences using exploration based computer simulations
- Frederick Grouzet, Department of Psychology:
Experiential Learning (II): Guided Journal Writing and Inspiration
- Anne Marshall, Department of Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies: Teaching Community Partnership and Engagement in Graduate Research Courses
- April Nowell, Department of Anthropology:
Living in a Material World: Learning about Textile Production in Ice Age Europe
- Laura Parisi, Department of Women's Studies: Connecting the Local with the Global: Experiential Learning, Community Based Research, and International Development
- Charlotte Schallie, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies:
Reciprocal Peer-Assisted Language Learning: Building Fluency in the Post-Secondary German Classroom
- Lynne Siemens, School of Public Administration:
Impact of Instructors' Understanding of Privacy and Confidentiality within an Online Classroom
- Peter Wild, Department of Mechanical Engineering: The Educational Effectiveness of Two Integrated Courses in Engineering Design and Communications
- Karen Yuen, Department of English:
No More Hide and Seek: Maximizing Student Participation with the VARK-based Discussion Circle
2010-2011 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- Benjamin Bolden, Department of Curriculum and Instruction: Beyond the essay: Understanding the impact of podcasts and blogs on students' learning experiences
- Warwick Dobson, Department of Theatre: Role-play as an effective learning strategy for TA Interpersonal Skill Development
- Robert Gifford, Department of Psychology: The Usefulness of Laboratories in Psychology Undergraduate Classes
- Frederick Grouzet, Department of Psychology: Experiential Learning (I): Project-Based Journal Writing
- Daniel Hoffman, Department of Computer Science: A Web Tool for Active Code Reading
- Kin Fun Li, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering: Enhancing Learning Activity and Experience in a Final-Year Engineering Design Project Course
- Gary MacGillivray, Department of Mathematics and Statistics: Student success in Math and Stats Part I: Student Engagement (Year Two)
- Marjorie McIntyre, School of Nursing:The Influence of Peer Dynamics on Student Online Learning
- Joe Parsons, Counselling Services: Problem Solving Skills
- Michael Raven, Department of Philosophy: Learning philosophy through peer-review
- Catherine Richardson, School of Social Work: Revolutionizing Risky Conversations: Teaching About Violence and Resistance Safely in a Violent World
- Kathy Sanford, Department of Curriculum and Instruction:Focusing on Student Success and Diversity: Redesign of the CRW
- Charlotte Schallie, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies: Reciprocal Peer-Assisted Language Learning: Building Fluency in the Post-Secondary German Classroom
2009-2010 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- Elizabeth Borycki, School of Health Information Science: Evaluating the Impact of Cooperative Education Upon the Development of Health Informatics Professional Competencies
- Elizabeth Borycki, School of Health Information Science: Introducing the Electronic Health Record into Health Informatics Education
- Gweneth Doane, Faculty of Graduate Studies: Professional Development for Graduate Students: The Impact and Implications of Teaching Assistant Consultants
- Jane Gair, Division of Medical Sciences: The ISW: How Effective is this Workshop at Preparing Participants for Teaching?
- Jane Gair, Division of Medical Sciences: Improving volunteer engagement in the UVic Let’s Talk Science Partnership Program by expanding training, support and recognition
- Fraser Hof, Department of Chemistry: Peer-Led Team Learning in Advanced Organic Synthesis
- Mark Laidlaw, Department of Physics and Astronomy: Implementing tutorials in undergraduate Physics courses
- Gary MacGillivray, Department of Mathematics and Statistics: Student success in Math and Stats Part I: Student Engagement
- Gary MacGillivray, Department of Mathematics and Statistics: Student success in Math and Stats Part II: Student Readiness
- Scott McIndoe, Department of Chemistry: Problem Solving in Chemistry
- Marjorie McIntyre, Department of Nursing: The experience of online learning for MN students
- Christine O’Bonsawin, Department of History and Indigenous Studies: LE,NONET Indigenous Awareness Online Modules
- Mary Sanseverino, Department of Computer Science: Interceding before the Tipping Point: Monitoring student engagement to intervene early for student success
- Megan Swift, Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies: Assessing Russian Heritage Learner Success in First Year
- Jun Tian, Department of Pacific and Asian Studies: Knowing our students: Needs, objectives, and backgrounds of Chinese language learners
- Marie Vautier, Department of French: Creating of On-Line Bibliographies for multi-level and interdisciplinary course(s)
- Peter Wild, Department of Mechanical Engineering: Assessing the Educational Effectiveness of an Integrated Course in Engineering Design and Communications
- James Young, Department of Philosophy: Online Tutorial Systems for Critical Thinking and Elementary Logic
To assist your search, we have added project objective codes ('99 -'08)
PROJECT OBJECTIVE CODES:
CC - Course Content or Resource
CR - Course Redesign or Design
CA - Course Assessment
PC - Program Content or Resource
PR - Program Redesign or Design
PA - Program Assessment
ProD - Professional Development
GS - Graduate Student Issues
TA - Teaching Assistant Development
2008-2009 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- CC - Ms. Marilyn Brown, Nursing: Building Writing Centre Assistance into Online Distance Education Courses
- CR - Mr. Fraser Hof, Chemistry: Peer-Led Team Learning in Advanced Organic Synthesis
- CA - Ms. LillAnne Jackson, Computer Science: Student Retention in CSc 110: Improving Learning Activities and Institutional Support in a Computer Programming Course
- CC - Prof. Scott McIndoe, Chemistry: Problem-Solving in Chemistry
- CC - Dr. Heather Tapley, Women's Studies: Women's Studies 104 Learning, Assessment, and Course Materials
- PC - Ms. Laurie Waye, The Writing Centre, Learning and Teaching Centre: Supporting Self-Directed Learners Through Online Resources
- ProD - Dr. Andrew Wender, Political Science and History: Helping Students See What Ordinarily Remains Hidden: How Implicit Religion Can Improve Teaching
2007-2008 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- CR - Dr. Cecilia Benoit, Sociology: Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Introductory Sociology: Evaluation of Curriculum & Instruction Harmonization
- PC - Dr. Charles Burnett, Geography: A Vertical Integration of Community Green Mapping Course Material
- PC - Dr. Jeff Corntassel, Indigenous Governance Programs: An Oral History of the World Council of Indigenous Peoples
- CR - Dr. Bruce Gooch, Computer Science: Research Teams: Fundamentals and Management (RTFM)
- PA - Dr. Li-Shih Huang, Linguistics: Coming-to-know-while-talking-it-through: Languaging Grammatical Concepts in LING 388 Using a Corpus-Based Learning Approach
- CA - Ms. LillAnne Jackson, Computer Science: Student Retention in CSc 110: Improving Learning Activities and Institutional Support in a Computer Programming Course
- CA - Dr. Annalee Lepp, Women's Studies: University 101 - Learning and Program Assessment
- CR - Dr. Jianping Pan, Computer Science: Active Learning in the First Undergraduate Networks Course
- PA - Ms. Nancy Pike, Social Work: Social Presence in Undergraduate Social Work Online Distance Education
- PC - Dr. Ulf Schuetze, Germanic and Slavic Studies: The Integration of Culture into German Language Teaching
- CA - Dr. Kara Shaw, Environmental Studies: Assessing a Problem-based, Interdisciplinary, Service-Learning Curriculum for a joint Environmental Studies and Engineering Class with Common Energy
- ProD - Dr. Lisa Surridge, English: Victorian Studies Conference: Pedagogy Workshops
- GS - Dr. Holly Tuokko, Faculty of Graduate Studies: Making the Most of Graduate Education
- ProD - Dr. Andrew Wender, Political Science and History: Holding Life as Sacred Property: The Implicit Religion behind the Proprietarisation of Living Organisms
- ProD - Dr. Grace Wong Sneddon,
Student & Ancillary Services and
Vice-President Academic & Provost: Lens on Diversity Course Development
- CC - Dr. James Young, Philosophy: Benefits of Online Assignments for Introductory Logic Students
2006-2007 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- PC - Dr. Amirali Baniasadi, Electrical & Computer Engineering: Simulating Embedded Processors
- CC - Dr. Sonya Bird, Linguistics: Instrumental Analysis of Speech: The creation of a lab manual for Linguistics 380
- PR - Professor Maureen Bradley, Writing: Creative Evaluation: Learner-centred assessment in the Fine Arts
- PC - Dr. Daniel Bub, Psychology: Reinventing the Relevance of the History of Psychology for Teaching (Part II)
- PC - Dr. Catherine Caws, French: Francophone Culture Online: A digital video library for teaching and learning French
- PR - Dr. Daniel German, Computer Science: Evaluating the use of c-spatia and Scale-up in CSC 370 Database Systems
- ProD - Dr. Emmanuel Herique, French: Bring the Best in Translation Studies to the UVic Student
- PC - Dr. Benjamin Jung, Health Information Science: SnapHIT - Web portal for trends in Health Informatics
- PR - Dr. Adam Monahan, Earth and Ocean Sciences: Developing an Intensive Ocean Summer Science Program
- ProD - Dr. April Nowell, Anthropology: Three-Day Intensive Course in Stone Tool Making
- PR - Dr. Ulrike Stege, Computer Science: A template for interdisciplinary, modeling-based computer science courses
- ProD - Mrs. Karen Tang, Pacific and Asian Studies: Professional Development on Contemporary Techniques for Teaching Chinese and Chinese Culture
- PR - Ms. Susanne Thiessen, Indigenous Governance Program: Paddling in Partnership - The Sencoten canoe project
- PR - Dr. Jens Weber-Jahnke, Computer Science: Problem-based Learning Patterns for Practical Computer Science and Software Engineering Courses
2005-2006 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- ProD - Dr. Martin Adam, Pacific & Asian Studies: Taking Shape: Religious studies at the University of Victoria.
- PC - Dr. Jessica Ball and Sandrina de Finney, Child and Youth Care: Effective practice with Aboriginal children, youth, families and communities: Developing culturally-appropriate graduate curriculum.
- ProD - Dr. Amirali Baniasadi, Electrical and Computer Engineering: Attending the Workshop on Computer Architecture Education.
- CC - Dr. Dan Bub, Psychology: Reinventing the relevance of the history of Psychology for teaching
- ProD - Dr. Alexander Dunn, Music: UVic Chamber Singers Tour: Concert performances in Shanghai, Suzhov, Chengdv, Xian, Beijing.
- PR - Dr. Allyson Hadwin, Educational Psychology and Leadership Skills: Developing and researching the effectiveness of a learning-to-learn course for 1st year students at the University of Victoria.
- CR - Dr. Daniel Hoffman, Computer Science: RouterLab: Hands-on study of the internet infrastructure.
- CA - Dr. Kimberly Kerns, Psychology: Development of multimedia psychological assessment training materials.
- ProD - Mr. Konrad Kordoski, Visual Arts: Visual art computer training research project.
- CR - Professor David Leach, Writing: Magazine writing and editing redesign.
- ProD - Ms. Diana Ng, Nursing: Labyrinth Facilitator Training.
- ProD - Dr. Jean Bobby Noble, Women's Studies: Canadian Queer Performance Art Archives.
- ProD - Ms. Ingrid M. Percy, Visual Arts: Self-Directed Residency at the Banff Centre [Media and Visual Arts Program].
- PR - Dr. Margaret-Anne Storey, Computer Science: Using technology to enhance collaborative and community oriented learning.
- CR - Ms. S. Nichole Taylor, Chemistry: Chemistry 361 course resdesign.
- CR - Dr. George Tzanetakis, Computer Science: Bridging music and programming: Music information retrieval.
- PR - Dr. Lorna Williams, Curriculum and Instruction: EDCI 487/591: Thunderbird and whale protection, welcome house post.
- CR - Dr. Jan Zwicky and Dr. Gordon Shrimptom, Philosophy and Greek & Roman Studies: Design and initial implementation of Humanities 120, Communities of learning: An introduction to the Humanities.
2004-2005 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- PA - Dr. Robert Anthony and Dr. Carole Ford , Curriculum and Instruction: Diversifying grading practices: An exploration of potential and consequences.
- ProD - Dr. Kim Blank and Dr. Misao Dean , English: Conference: A multitude of the wise: Teaching university writing.
- PC - Dr. Brendan Burke , Greek and Roman Studies: Digitizing the past: The Greek and Roman studies slide collection.
- CR - Dr. Daniela Damian and Dr. Elizabeth Hargreaves , Computer Science: Internationalization of software development: Learning to develop software in geographically distributed, multi-cultural teams.
- PR - Ms. Maneesha Deckha , Law: "Real Law" and the "UVic Difference": Priortizing equity and active learning at law school.
- PC - Ms. Linda Flato and Ms. Marilyn Brown , Nursing: Instructor guides for distance education courses in nursing.
- PR - Dr. Yin-Man Lam and Mrs. Rebecca Wigen , Anthropology: Development of a research-based course stream in zooarchaeology.
- PR - Dr. Jo-Anne Lee , Dr. Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Dr. Xiaobei Chen , Women's Studies: Preparing for the university of tomorrow, today: Improving the teaching and learning environment for minority women faculty and students.
- ProD - Dr. Marjorie MacDonald and the SON Evaluation Committee, Nursing: Graduate supervision policy development, evaluation and faculty orientation.
- PC - Dr. David Millar , History: Canadian history primary sources on-line [CHIPSO].
- CA - Dr. Leslee Pelton , Curriculum and Instruction: Cross-validation of assessment and evaluation instruments in MATH 160.
- CA - Dr. Timothy Pelton , Curriculum and Instruction: Introducing classroom response systems to enhance student engagement and formative assessment in the classroom.
- CR - Dr. Michael Roney , Dr. Byoung Choi and Dr. Alex Van Netten, Physics and Astronomy: Development of the laboratory-lecture alignment in 1st year physics.
- CR - Dr. George Spence , Earth and Ocean Sciences: Re-design of two fourth-year earth science courses.
- CA - Ms. Roberta Taylor , Dr. Leslie Brown and Ms. Dora Leigh Bjornson , School of Social Work: Working collaboratively towards a model for assessing atudent learning.
- CA - Dr. Viviene Temple , Ms. Nancy Reed , Dr. Tim Hopper , Dr. Kathy Sanford and Dr. Valerie Irvine, Physical Education, Co-Op Education and Curriculum and Instruction: Program-wide electronic portfolios.
- CR - Dr. Eileen Van Der Flier-Keller and Dr. David Blades, Earth and Ocean Sciences and Curriculum and Instruction: Earth science for the classroom: Development of a lab section for education students in EOS 120.
2003-2004 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- PC - Dr. Jim Anglin & Ms. Christine Shelton, School of Child and Youth Care: First Nations Child and Youth Care Course.
- PC - Dr. Donna Jeffery, Social Work: Study of Anti-Oppressive Pedagogy.
- PC - Dr. Proma Tagore, English: Strategies for Negotiating University Education and Learning: Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Perspectives.
- PR - Dr. Janet Bavelas & Dr. Daniela Damian, Psychology / Computer Science: Development and Evaluation of Peer Collaboration.
- PR- Dr. Catherine G. Caws, French: French Language Active Learning Pedagogy Pilot.
- PR - Dr. Tim Craig, Business: Curriculum Redesign.
- CR - Dr. Joan Wharf Higgins & Dr. Lara Lauzon, Physical Education: Campus-Wide Personal Health & Wellness Course.
- CR - Dr. Amirali Baniasadi, Electrical & Computer Engineering: Software Simulators.
- CR - Mr. Mike Burnett, School of Child and Youth Care: Policy studies, political analysis and social activism studies in Child and Youth care at UVic.
- CR - Dr. Reuven Gordon, Electrical & Computer Engineering: An Active-Learning Course Laboratory in Engineering.
- CC - Dr. Gerald King, School of Music: Linking Theory and Practice in Instrumental and Choral Conducting.
- CC - Dr. David Millar, History: CHS: Canadian History primary sources online for introductory courses.
- CC - Dr. Lisa M. Mitchell, Anthropology: Development, Implementation and assessment of a tutorial manual.
- CC - Ms. Jeannine Moreau & Ms. Nancy Wright, Nursing: Video Vignettes.
- ProD - Ms. Maneesha Deckha, Law: "Reflecting on Our Teaching" Conference.
- ProD - Dr. Andrea Walsh, Anthropology: Professional Development Funding.
2002-2003 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- CR - Dr. Penelope Codding, Chemistry: Re-design of First Year Chemistry.
- TA - Martin French, Political Science: Developing Four Peer-led Workshops for TAs in Political Science.
- CC - Dr. Daniel German, Computer Science: Creation of Atila for Automatic Testing of Programming Assignments.
- CA - Dr. Sandra Gibbons, Physical Education: Refining the Major Course Assessments in Three Required Courses in B.Ed Program.
- CR - Dr. Judith A. Giles, Economics: Re-design of Third Year Econometrics Courses to Improve Retention in Economics Programs.
- PC - Dr. Thomas W. Goolsby, Music: Enhancement of all Music Education Programs Through the Development of an Electronic Teaching Portfolio.
- CC - Dr. Rebecca Grant, Business:New Teaching Cases in IT Commercialization, e-learning, and Electronic Commerce.
- CC - Valerie Irvine, Dean's Office, Faculty of Education: Support of Computers in Education Certificate Program.
- PR - Inbarani Kehoe, Library Public Services: Development of an Information Literary Program for the University of Victoria.
- CC - Dr. Eike-Henner Kluge, Philosophy: Bioethics Teaching Videos.
- CR - Dr. Francis Lau and Carolyn Green, Health Information Sciences: Problem-Based Learning in an On-line Environment: A Re-design of Courses in the Health Information Sciences Program.
- CC - Mary Lougheed and Carla Randall, Nursing: Developing Collaborative Learning Units: Educational Innovations to foster Competence in Nursing Practice.
- TA - Kristin Lozanski and Kristin Atwood, Sociology: Emphasizing the "Teaching" for Teaching Assistants in Sociology.
- PA - Dr. David R. Mandel, Psychology: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Undergraduate Training in Research methods and Statistics at the University of Victoria.
- ProD - Carla Randall and Mary Lougheed, Nursing: Developing the Senior Instructor Position in the School of Nursing.
- CC - Jacquie Rice-Green and Gary C. Dumbrill, Social Work: Development of Two Sets of Courses in WebCT and Classroom Formats.
- GS - Dr. Francis Ricks and Dr. Gordana Lazarevitch, Graduate Studies: Graduate Student Advising and Supervision: What Works? What Doesn't?
- CR - Dr. Real Roy, Biology: Design of New Course: Microbial Ecology.
- ProD - Dr. Kathy Sanford and Dr. Tim Hopper, Curriculum and Instruction and Physical Education: Contextualization of Learning to Teach: Improving Understanding of Teacher Education.
- TA - Stefan Scott, Physical Education: Creating Teaching Facilitation Manuals and Orientations Days for TAs in the School of PE.
- CC - Dr. Ulrike Stege, Computer Science: Teaching Algorithms and Data Structures with Web Animations: Application to CSc 225 and Other Interdisciplinary Applications.
- CC - Dr. Janet L. Storch and Dr. Gwen Hartrick, Nursing: Development of Tool and Strategies for Teaching Ethics in Nursing.
- CC - Dr. John Tucker and Martin Holmes, English and Humanities Computing and Media Centre: Creation of Old English Prose Texts to Produce Interactive Web Pages.
- CC - Dr. Patrick von Adarkas, Biology: Creation of Digital Time-lapse Videos for Classroom and Laboratory Instruction in Plant Biology.
2001-2002 Learning and Teaching Development Grants
- ProD - Dr. D. Berry, Chemistry: STLHE Conference.
- CC - Dr. F. Choy, Biology: Teachings of Human Molecular Genetics using Interactive WebCT Approaches.
- ProD - Dr. H. Devor, Sociology: STLHE Conference.
- ProD - Dr. L. Dyson, Education: Bridging the University Classroom and the Practice: University Instructor - School Teachers Co-Teaching for Teacher Education in Special Education.
- CC - Dr. S. Gibbons, Physical Education: Problem-based Lesson Analysis to Improve Assessment Practices in Physical Education.
- CC - Dr. J. Greene, French: Production of a Website Giving Instruction in French Grammar.
- TA - Ms. D. Haughland, Biology: Creating a Biology Teaching Assistant Manual.
- GS - Dr. Anne Marshall, Education: Development of a Graduate Seminar Course in Interdisciplinary Research.
- CC - Dr. L. McCann, Geography: Developing an Instructional Manual for Heritage Planning and Geographical Information Systems.
- CA - Drs. J. Milliken, I. Dawson, J. McCormick: Student Evaluation in the School of Nursing.
- CC - Dr. B. Timmermans, Theatre: Interactive Software for Theatre Stage Management Support Systems.
2000-2001 Innovative Teaching Grants
- CR - Dr. L. Baxter, Curriculum and Instruction: Philosophy for Children.
- CC - Professor E. Chan, Sociology: A Report on Web-based Interactive Simulations/Demonstrations for an Introductory Statistics Course.
- CC - Dr. L. Dyson, Education: Using a video case method for preparing pre-service teachers for teaching children with disabilities.
- CC - Professor J. Esling, Linguistics: HTML/XML interface for phonetic data access.
- CC - Professor S. Gerrity, Language Centre: Practical language teaching skills.
- PR - Drs. Barnes, Hoskins and Ricks, Child and Youth Care: Integrated program for critical thinking and learning.
- CC - Dr. D. Koenig, Sociology: Content rich website for a large course.
- CC - Dr. D. Levin, Biology: To update material on four courses and post materials for each course on a single website.
- CC - Dr. J. Nylvek, Linguistics: WebCT question database for use in introductory linguistics courses.
- CC - Dr. F. Pelton, Education: Creating geometry visualization materials for instruction via the web.
- CC - Professor R. Stewart, Hispanic and Italian Studies: Creating an online Spanish newspaper, developed, written, edited and maintained by students.
- CC - Dr. C. St. Peter, Women's Studies: Women's Studies students and web based technologies.
- CC - Dr. M. Webb, Political Science.
1999-2000 Innovative Teaching Grants
- TA - Dr. G. Lazarevich, Graduate Studies and Dr. D. Berry, Chemistry: Towards a campus-wide peer-driven TA training program.
- CC - Mr. B. Timmermans, Theatre: Interactive software for theatre stage management.
- CR - Dr. J. Moehr, Health Information Science: Improving learning in a course on quality improvement in health.
- PR - Dr. E. Lindquist, School of Public Administration: Proposal for a high-performance team co-op option.
- PC - Dr. B. Leadbeater, Psychology, Dr. G. Barnes, Child and Youth Care, Dr. E. Bannister, Nursing, Dr. T. Riecken, Education: Counting on Research and making research count.
- CC - Dr. D. Zimmerman, History: Introducing the computer into the history classroom.
- ProD - Dr. T. Hopper, Dr. R. Bell, Physical Education: Field-based teacher education and multimedia support in a PE curriculum and instruction course.
- PR - Dr. A. Zielinski, Electrical Engineering, Dr. K. Li, Computer Engineering, Dr. C. Bradley, Mechanical Engineering: Development of a laboratory in engineering fundamentals.
- CR - Professor B. Hendricks, Department of Writing: A media writing and video production workshop incorporating state of the art digital technology and online internet distribution.
- PC - Dr. J. Jahnke, Computer Science and Mr. L. Declerck, Library: Common user interface for Libraries Gateway.
- CC - Dr. P. Golz, Germanic Studies: Deutsche Live.
- CC - Dr. M. Storey, Computer Science, Dr. J. Bavelas, Psychology, Mr. B. Phillips, Psychology, Ms. M. Wang, Computer Science: A comprehensive study of three distributed learning systems.
- CC - Dr. L.F. Pelton, Education: Enhancing video presentations with virtual questioning.
1998-1999 Innovative Teaching Grants
- Mr. S. Arneil and Mr. M. Holmes, Language Research and Development: A culture-neutral graphics library for basic language teaching.
- Dr. G. Potter, Education: Completion of design and development of a self-instructional web-based course in educational technology.
- Mr. D. Hamilton, Library: Introducing the Gateway.
- Dr. J. Navarro, Physics and Astronomy: WWW based interactive labs for Astronomy undergraduate students..
- Professor G. Ferguson, Law: Building a gender balanced curriculum.
- Dr. L. Young, Nursing: Evaluation of a student centred approach to clinical decision-making.
- Dr. M. Ashford, Education: Student portfolios.
- Dr. L. Young, Nursing: Evaluation of a stress reduction strategy to enhance student nurses health and school performance.
- Dr. M. Levy, Computer Science: Online course evaluation using GUIDE.
- Dr. D. Duffus, Geography: Marine Ecology Workbook Project.
1997-1998 Innovative Teaching Grants
- Dr. M. Levy, Computer Science: Improvements to GUIDE (interactive web pages) so that it can be easily adopted and used by faculty and instructional staff at UVic.
- Dr. H. Devor, Sociology: Creation and documentation of automated systems for simplifying the use of a variety of monitored email/discussion group projects.
- Dr. W. Roth, Education, Dr. G. Beer, Physics, Mr. C. Card, Physics: Development of a set of activities and materials suitable for engaging 200 students in large physics lectures in small group interactions designed to help them develop better conceptual understanding of physics.
- Dr. D. Berry, Chemistry: Editing and completion of production of a commercial quality videotape that graphically translates the lessons learned from a fire in the Chemistry Department in May 1997 into safety training materials for all UVic chemistry students.
- Dr. F. Ruskey: Computer Science: Creation and evaluation of self-directed learning modules in Theoretical Computer Science using Axia Multimedia Corporation's Discrimination Learning Approach and software.
- Dr. D. Bub, Psychology, Dr. M. Masson, Psychology: Development of a computerized presentation format in which to display and analyze dynamic events that are the basics for the core concepts in experimental cognitive psychology.
- Dr. C. Mateer, Psychology, Dr. R. Ferguson, Child and Youth Care, Ms. J. Milliken, Nursing: Development of an interactive course on telehealth for students of mental health disciplines.
- Professor D. Belevsky, Law: Developing a gender balanced legal curriculum in mandatory law courses.
- Dr. B. Goldwater, Psychology, Dr. J. Parsons, Counselling Services, Mr. D. Clode, Student and Ancillary Services: Development of a learning abilities demonstration program - an innovative approach to conceptualizing, assessing and potentially remediating problems in learning disabled students.
1996-1997 Innovative Teaching Grants
- Dr. M. Levy, Computer Science: Developing software and procedures to simplify posting documents on the web for teaching purposes.
- Dr. J. Provan, Engineering: Using videoconferencing over the RNet system to deliver Mechanical Engineering courses simultaneously to UVic and SFU students.
- Dr. E. Grove-White, Writing: Evaluating learning outcomes among first year English composition students taught using three formats; lectures, lectures plus workshops, and the web.
- Dr. P. Golz, Germanic Studies: Expanding the German for Beginners web sie to make it a virtual classroom textbook by including extensive grammar exercises and an interactive virtual classroom.
- Dr. G. MacGillivray, Mathematics: Creating a web-based system to automatically assign and grade math problems.
- Professor J. McLaren, Law: Constructing an interactive course in comparative legal history of Canada and Australia.
- Mr. B. Henkel, Engineering: Construction of a rotating wheel for studying fluid mechanics problems.
- Dr. P. Smith, Music: Mounting a live theatrical production of Plautus Asinaria.
- Dr. J. Volpe, Biology: Building a teaching apiary for the study of a honeybee culture.
- Dr. G. Hogya, Theatre: Stage lighting software for a virtual lighting laboratory.
- Dr. Colin Bradley, Engineering: Creating software and a course manual for dealing with real world machine vision problems.
- Dr. P. Keller, Geography: Cataloguing and digitally archiving instructional cartography teaching aids.
1995-1996 Innovative Teaching Grants
- UVic Libraries: Development of a self-directed, interactive, systematic learning module to introduce students to electronic library research using the Libraries Gateway to Internet resources.
- Dr. B. Smith, Business, Ms. J. Somers, Continuing Studies: A multimedia case study in business using video, sound, graphics and text to be made available worldwide over the internet.
- Dr. C. Cutler, Political Science: A large scale simulation of the UN General Assembly and Security Council. The simulation exercise will involve 50 students each semester in a course in international law and international organization.
- Dr. M. Ashford, Education: An electronic conference to build a network of teachers committed to excellence in social studies teaching.
- Dr. R. Symington, Germanic Studies: A series of multimedia programs to provide historical and cultural background material about Nazism and the Holocaust.
- Dr. C. Bradley, Mechanical Engineering: A grant for engineering students at UVic, UBC, SFU and BCIT to collaborate on a project to generate stress and temperature contours of a telecommunications device produced by Seastar Optics.
- Dr. D. Berry, Chemistry: Development of a cross-discipline experiment for first year students in chemical analysis of pigments in a painting.
- Dr. P. Dreissen, Engineering: Setting up a low-earth-orbit satellite or shortwave telecommunications system for teaching students how such systems work and how their performance relates to mathematics.
- Dr. M. Levy, Computer Science: Development of small, interactive courselets on applied logic for distribution on the web.
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