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Centred on Learning Innovation Fund (CLIF) Abstracts 2007-2008

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. The following projects foster inclusion and promote success for learners as well as innovate, build on existing research into practice, offer a clear rationale, demonstrate a clear plan, and focus explicitly on enriching the University’s learning-centred environment through an emphasis on learning outcomes. Click on abstract to read more about this year’s proposals:

Design and Implementation of a Learning Outcome-Driven MIS Curriculum
Diana Kao, Gokul Bhandari, & Bharat Maheshwari, Odette School of Business
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Developing a Mentorship Role in Associate Teachers
Karen Roland, Geri Salinitri, Guoqiang Zhou, & Christopher Greig, Faculty of Education
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Developing Assessment Methods for Co-operative Education Learning Outcomes
Jennifer Johrendt, Derek Northwood, Department of Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering; Karen Benzinger, Centre for Career Education; Geri Salinitri, Faculty of Education; & Arunita Jaekel, School of Computer Science
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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Using Standardized Patients in Health Assessment Labs for Nursing Students
Judy Bornais, Faculty of Nursing
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Formation of a Faculty Learning Community on the Topic of Interteaching and Graduate Student Education
Alan Scoboria, Fuschia Sirois, & Antonio Pascual-Leone, Department of Psychology
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Fugitive Pages: Recovering the Underground Railroad in Print
Suzanne Matheson, Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing; & Heidi Jacobs, Leddy Library
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Listening to Visible Minority Students: Voices of Our Ethnically, Culturally, and Linguistically Diverse Learners on Learning-Centred Practice
Shijing Xu & Zuochen Zhang, Faculty of Education
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Promoting Success for College Students Entering University Programs through Learning Outcomes and Collaboration
Irene Carter, James Coyle, & Donald Leslie, School of Social Work
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Self-Efficacy and Empowerment as an Outcome in a Graduate Level Advanced Field Integrative Seminar Course
Wansoo Park, Connie Kvarfordt, Irene Carter, & Sung Hyun Yun, School of Social Work
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Social Justice Education
Karen Roland, Faculty of Education
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Student Motivation for Interteaching Methods in Undergraduate Health Psychology
Fuschia Sirois, Rebecca J. Purc-Stevenson, Alan Scoboria, & Antonio Pascual-Leone, Department of Psychology
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Teaching Learning Skills
Ken Cramer, Department of Psychology
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The Transparency Machine Event
Louis Cabri, Department of English Language, Literature, and Creative Writing
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Windsor Internship Program
Clayton Smith, Office of the Vice-Provost, Students and Registrar; & Karen Benzinger, Centre for Career Education
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Workbook for Internet Information and Ethics
Pierre Boulos & Randy Fortier, School of Computer Science
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