Resources

Presentations/Interviews

Dietmar Kennepohl. Opening Up the Laboratory. Keynote address and mentoring sessions. eCampus Workshop, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Feb. 20−21, 2019.

Dietmar Kennepohl. Connecting Academic Excellence Worldwide: Knowledge Transfer and Cooperation at the Highest Level. Keynote address. Canadian Association of Postdoctoral Administrators Conference, Winnipeg, Nov. 5, 2018.

Dietmar Kennepohl. Adaptation & Course Re-Design Panel, Invited panelist. Alberta OER Summit, University of Alberta, Edmonton, May 11, 2017.

Deanna Douglas. Alberta Productivity Ed Tech Challenge. Web interview with AITF. Oct. 2014.

Margaret Haughey. Technology-Human Interface Issues. Keynote address. 13th International Forum on Educational Technology, Jiangnan University, Wuxi, China. Oct. 18-19, 2014.

Deanna Douglas. Funding and Partnership Proposals: Dos and Don’ts.  Webinar, Canadian Association of College and University Student Services. March 21, 2014.

Intellectual Property Information

For information on IP, we recommend the training and information provided by the Government of Canada's Intellectual Property Office at the following link:  http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/h_wr00011.html 

Sponsored/Supported Events

Advanced Technology Center. Grant Writing for Alberta Small Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations. Bob Marshall. Edmonton Research Park, Nov 7, 2018

Workshop: Reaching Investors and Pitching Your Dream, October 10, 2018.

Advanced Technology Center. Grant Writing for Alberta Small Businesses and Non-Profit Organizations. Bob Marshall. Edmonton Research Park, May 9, 2018

Clean Energy Technology Center. Train-the-Trainer Grant Writing Workshop. Deanna Douglas. Drayton Valley, October 21, 2016

CANHEIT EdTech Showcase. Brian Stewart, Chair. University of Alberta, June 21, 2016.

Advanced Technology Center. Grant Writing Workshop. Deanna Douglas, lead presenter. Sponsored by ATC. Edmonton Research Park, June 10, 2016.

Creativity and Convergence Conference. Transforming Education Focus group. Brian Stewart, facilitator. Alberta Council for Technologies. Edmonton, March 24, 2015

Alberta Education Technology Workshop. Co-sponsored with Alberta Innovates Technology Futures, National Research Council, IRAP and Alberta Innovation and Advanced Education. Red Deer, October 8, 2014.

Open Innovation Workshops. Co-sponsored with Edmonton Development Corporation, Alberta Innovates Technology Futures, and 100%Open UK. Edmonton and Calgary, Sept 16-17, 2014

Selected Research Publications

Kennepohl, D. (2019). Teaching Science at a Distance In M. G. Moore and W. C. Diehl (Eds) Handbook of Distance Education: 4th Edition (pp. 486–498), England: Routelage.

Kennepohl, D. K. (2016). Incorporating Learning Outcomes in Transfer Credit: The Way Forward for Campus Alberta? Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46(2), 148–164. 

Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare. (2017). Ch.1. Online Business Education: An Economic Perspective in On the Line: Business Education in the Digital Age, Khare, A. Hurst, D. Eds. (2017) Springer International Publishing.

Anshuman Khare, Brian Stewart, and Rod Schatz R. Phantom Ex Machina, (2017) Springer International Publishing.

Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare and Rod Schatz. (2017). Making Sense of Digital Disruption Using a Conceptual Two-Order Model. In Phantom Ex Machina (pp. 3-21).

Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare and Rod Schatz. (2017). Disruptions: Truth and Consequences. In Phantom Ex Machina (pp. 299-315).

Brian Stewart, (2015) ODeLPD Information Technology Planning course, African Virtual University Nairobi, Kenya.

Brian Stewart, Anshuman Khare and Rod Schatz, (2015) Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity in Higher, Ch. 16 Managing in a VUCA World, Mack, Khare, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.

Evans, T. & Haughey, M. (2014). Online distance education models and research implications. In T. Anderson & O. Zawacki-Richter, Aspects of Online Distance Education (pp. 131-149). Edmonton, AB: AU Press.

Kennepohl, D. (2012). Pitfalls and prospects: Integrating ICTs in tertiary science education. In J.Peterson, O. Lee, T. Islam, M. Piscioneri (Eds), Effectively Implementing Information Communication Technology in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Region (pp. 371-388). New York, USA: Nova Publishers.

Kennepohl, D., Ives, C., Stewart, B. & McGreal, R. (2012). Building the e-university: Transforming Athabasca University. EDUCAUSE Review Online.

Kennepohl, D. & Shaw, L. (Eds.). (2010). Accessible Elements: Teaching Science Online and at a Distance. Edmonton, AB: AU Press. Winner of the Charles Wedemayer Award.

Haughey, M. & Stewart, B. (2009). Using information and communication technologies in open schooling. In D.A.M. X. Abrioux and F. Ferreira (Eds), Perspectives on Distance Education: Open schooling in the 21 st Century (pp. 35-45). Vancouver, BC: Commonwealth of Learning.

Evans, T.D., Haughey, M., & Murphy, D. (Eds.). (2008) International Handbook of Distance Education. London, UK: Emerald Publishers.

Davis, A., Little, P., & Stewart, B. (2008). Developing an infrastructure for online learning.  In T. Anderson (Ed), Theory and Practice of Online Learning (pp. 94-114). Edmonton, AB: AU Press.