- Peter Coffman (School for Studies in Art and Culture). Project: Developing a blended, thematically-based third-year course on Canadian architecture
- Elena Zabolotnii (lead), Paul Simms, Shoeleh Shams, Christian Viau (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering), and Kahente Horn-Miller (AVP, Indigenous Teaching, Learning, and Research). Project: Engineering training for work affecting Indigenous communities: First Indigenous Knowledge Bundle for CEE
- Troy Anderson (Sprott School of Business). Project: VR initiative for entrepreneurship project with youth in Northern community.
- Audrey Girouard (School of Information Technology) and Jin Kang (Creative Interaction Lab). Project: Designing a chatbot to support social interaction of STEM undergraduate students who are blind and low vision.
- Patricia Audette-Longo (School of Journalism and Communication). Project: Forced change: pandemic pedagogy and journalism education
- Simon Power (Department of Economics). Project: The determinants of academic dishonesty
- Ilyan Ferrer (School of Social Work), Conely de Leon (Toronto Metropolitan University). Project: Exploring the potential of digital storytelling for social justice in postgraduate learning
- David Hornsby (Norman Patterson School of International Affairs), Pamela Nichols (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa), Katie Bryant (Mangosuthu University of Technology, South Africa). Project: Pandemic possibilities: Investigating the effect of COVID-19 on helping students learn how to write in universities in Canada and South Africa, to identify fungible strategies and foster improved collaborations between Canadian and African higher education institutions.
- Fateme Rajabiyazdi (Department of Systems and Computer Engineering). Project: Critical reflections on teaching data visualizations to students with engineering backgrounds.
- Paloma Raggo (School of Public Policy and Administration) and Sylvie Babadjide (Teaching and Learning Services). Project: How to survive and thrive teaching online: essential strategies that work in a pinch.
- Kim Hellemans (Department of Neuroscience) and Zachary Patterson (Department of Neuroscience). Project: The impact of compassionate grading and instruction on student stress and academic achievement.
- Brenda Morris (School of Social Work), Louise Whitaker (Southern Cross University, Gold Coast Australia), and Melissa Petrakis (Monash University, Australia). Project: International perspectives on teaching mental health social work.
- Elena Zabolotnii (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering), Paul Simms (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering), and Kahente Horn-Miller (School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies). Project: Engineering training for work affecting Indigenous communities.
- Bruce Burlton (Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) and Hooman Jazebizadeh (Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering). Project: Experiential learning activities related to satellite ground station design and operation for Aerospace Engineering students.
- Ishara Mahat (Department of Sociology and Anthropology). Project: Understanding students’ learning perspectives and effectiveness of different pedagogies.
- Sujit Sur (Sprott School of Business). Project: Soft skills and virtual teams.
- Melanie Adrian (Department of Law and Legal Studies). Project: Making multiple-choice meaningful: a collaborative approach to testing.
- Augustine Park (Department of Sociology and Anthropology). Project: Exploring the experiences of Black, Indigenous and Racialized graduate students in the Social Sciences and Humanities.
- Melissa Chee (Department of Neuroscience). Project: Experiential learning via in-class experiment to teach scientific writing in journal article format.
- Aneurin Bosley (School of Journalism and Communication). Project: Building trust in Journalism.
Ali Arya (School of Information Technology). Project: Virtual reality-based STEM learning spaces.
- Paulo Garcia (Department of Systems and Computer Engineering). Project: Effectiveness of layered learning tools in online engineering education (Stage two).
- Sean Landsman (Interdisciplinary Science and Practice). Project: Comparing the effectiveness of textbook, news article, and comic in communicating scientific concepts to increase undergraduate science literacy.
- Zachary Patterson (department of Neuroscience). Project: How mode of learning influences mental wellness and academic success – on-campus versus online.
- Mustafa Bahran and Alain Bellerive (Department of Physics). Project: A measurement and assessment of the effectiveness of the lab component of the introductory physics courses.
- Samuel McCready (Department of History). Project: Re-thinking history teaching: historical making and learning in digital culture.
- Sophie Tamas (Department of Geography and Environmental Studies/School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies). Project: Imposter syndrome: the impact of academic (in)security.
- Kim Hellemans, Kim Matheson, Hymie Anisman (Department of Neuroscience), Robyn McQuaid (Royal Ottawa Hospital), and Larry McCloskey (Paul Menton Centre). Project: Investigating student mental health and resilience: relationship to current stressors and biomarkers of immune function and stress reactivity.
- Paulo Garcia (Department of Systems and Computer Engineering). Project: Effectiveness of layered learning tools in engineering education.
- Kenta Asakura, and Sarah Todd (School of Social Work). Project: Evaluating artificial intelligence (AI)-based simulation in teaching social work practices
- Lois Frankel, and Claudie St. Arnold (School of Industrial Design). Project: Sensory design learning resources – the sense-it kit.
- Ernest Kwan (Sprott School of Business), Yan Liu (UBC), and Irene Lu (Sprott School of Business). Project: Vector plot: A tool for teaching statistics.
- Kim Hellemans (Department of Neuroscience). Project: Exploring academic buoyancy among university students: A literature review.
- Martha Mullally (Department of Biology). Project: Virtual reality, perception and learning: Development of a virtual reality experience to increase student conceptual understanding of transcriptional regulation.
- Pamela Walker (Department of History). Project: Women’s suffrage Reacting to the Past game.
- Shermeen Nizami (Department of Health Science). Project: Using evidence-based practice (EBP) learning outcomes to prepare undergraduate and graduate health science students for professional and academic practice.
- Tonya Davidson (Department of Sociology and Anthropology). Project: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action and SOCI 1001: Re-designing the curriculum.
- Audrey Girouard (School of Information Technology). Project: Furthering ubiquitous computing education.
Presentations related to university teaching and pedagogy
- Zachary Colbert (Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism). Showcasing the work of two graduate architecture studios conducted at Carleton University that engage imaginative solutions for non-visual architecture, 2019 DARKNESS conference.
- Tracy Hodgson-Drysdale (School of Linguistics and Language Studies). Presentations about teaching science writing and teacher as SFL researcher, 45th International Systemic Functional Congress 2018.
- Nandini Sarma (Department of French). Presentation about virtual learning environment, 2018 WorldCall conference.
- Audrey Girouard (School of Information Technology). Workshop on “Ubiquitous computing education”, Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz Center for Informatics.
- Melanie Adrian (Department of Law and Legal Studies), and Elspeth McCulloch (EDC). Project: Multiple-choice exams: An opportunity for active learning.
- Kevin Hamdan (Department of Geography and Environmental Studies). Project: The effects of using mobile classroom response system on students’ engagement and performance.
Presentations related to university teaching and pedagogy
- Peggy Hartwick (School of Linguistics and Language Studies). Presentation about cuPortfolio integration in teaching, 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association for Authentic, Experiential, and Evidence-Based Learning.
- Shermeen Nizami (Department of Systems and Computer Engineering). Presentation on “integrated information rich engineering course design”, 2017 Annual Conference of the International Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society.