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2015-16

Books

Boulos, P. (in progress). Research ethics and the scholarship of teaching and learning, 110. Green Guide Series on Teaching and Learning: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Goff, L., Potter, M.K., Pierre, E., Carey, T., Gullage, A., Kustra, E., Lee, R., Lopes, V., Marshal, L., Martin, L., Raffoul, J., Siddiqui, A., & Van Gastel, G. (2015). Learning outcomes assessment: A practitioner’s handbook. Toronto, ON: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

McDonald, J., Kenny, N., Kustra, E., Dawson, D., Iqbal, I., Borin, P., & Chan, J. (2016). Educational development guide series: No. 1. The educational developer’s portfolio. Ottawa, ON: Educational Developers Caucus. Retrieved from https://www.stlhe.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/ED-Guide-No1_The-Educati...

 

Annual Journals Edited

Wuetherick, B. & Potter, M.K. (Special Issue Eds.). (2015). SoTL Through the Lenses of the Arts and Humanities, Special Issue of the Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Kenny, N., Iqbal, I., MacDonald, J., Borin, P., Dawson, D., Chan, J., & Kustra, E. (in press). Exploring the potential of educational developer portfolios. To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development.

Kustra, E., Doci, F., Gillard, K., Dishke Hondzel, C.,Goff, L., Gabay, D., Meadows, K., Borin, P., Wolf, P., Ellis, D., Eiliat, H., Grose, J., Dawson, D., & Hughes, S., (2015). Teaching culture perception: Documenting and transforming institutional teaching cultures. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 8, 231-244.

Pusca, D. & Northwood, D.O. (2016). Can lean principles by applied to course design in engineering education? Global Journal of Engineering Education, Scopus.

Pusca, D. & Northwood, D.O. (2016). Technology-based activities for transformative teaching and learning, World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education, 14(1), 77-82.

Pusca, D. & Northwood, D.O. (2015). How to engage students in the context of outcome-based teaching and learning. World Transactions on Engineering and Technology Education, 13(3), 268-273.

Pusca, D., Stagner, J., Bowers, R.J. (2015). Outcome-based design approach for engineering design. International Journal of Design Education, 9(3), 27-34.

Thompson, D., Fazio X., Kustra, E., Patrick, L., & Stanley, D. (2016).  Scoping review of complexity theory in health services research, BioMed Central Health Services Research.  Retrieved from http://bmchealthservres.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12913-016-13...

 

Research Reports

Potter, M.K., Kustra, E., Ackerson, T., & Prada, L.  (2015, November). The effects of long-term systematic educational development on the beliefs and attitudes of university teachers.  Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, Toronto, ON.

Wright, A., Kustra, E., Hamilton, B., Baker, N., Dalton, J., Pender, S., Potter, M., Gowing, M., Smit, J., Walsh, L., Lyons, E., & King, E. (2016, May). Report of the senate working group on learning outcomes. University of Windsor, Windsor, ON. Retrieved from http://www.uwindsor.ca/secretariat/sites/uwindsor.ca.secretariat/files/sa160610-5.2.2_senate_wg_on_learning_outcomes-report.pdf

 

Grants

Goff, L., Potter, M.K., Pierre, E., Carey, T., Gullage, A., Kustra, E., Lee, R., Lopes, V., Marshal, L., Martin, L., Raffoul, J., Siddiqui, A., & Van Gastel, G. (2015). Learning outcomes assessment: A practitioner’s handbook.  Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, $59,703. Completed 2015-16.

Du Toit, S., Smith, C., & Kustra, E. (2014-16). UWill Discover! The first annual University of Windsor Undergraduate Research Conference. Office of Open Learning: Open and Online Learning Strategic Development Grants, University of Windsor, $10,000. Ongoing.

Kustra, E.,Borin, P., Dawson, D., Ellis, E., Meadows, K., Taylor, L., Wolf, P., Beer, J.  Goff, L., & Grose, J. (2016). Teaching culture indicators: Enhancing quality teaching, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Development Grant, $74,869.00. Approved 2015-16.

Kustra, E. & NAME… (2010-…).  Establishing GATA network: Foundational professional skills for graduate students. Strategic Priority Fund, University of Windsor, $53,000. Ongoing.

Libben, G., Buchanan, L., Jarema, G., Järvikivi, J., Kehayia, E., Kuperman, V., & Segalowitz, S. with Kustra, E. as a formal collaborator. (2016-2023). Words in the world training project. SSHRC Partnership Grant, $2.5 Million. Approved 2015-16.

Potter, M.K., Kustra, E., Boulos, P., Baker, N., & Wright, W.A. (2010-15). Canada’s first internationally recognized University Teaching Certificate program. Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO), $21,500. Completed 2015-16.

Salinitri, G., Smith, K., Smith, C., Fujita, N., Kustra, E., Xu, S., Huang, X., Kelly, E., Salinitri, D., Ibrahim, J., Nakhaie, A., & Nardone, L. (2014-16). International baccalaureate teaching certificate. Office of Open Learning: Open and Online Learning Strategic Development Grants, University of Windsor, $50,000. Ongoing.

Wright, W.A., Eansor, D.M., Pugliese, T., Georgie, V., Salinitri, G., Walsh, L., Bornais, J., Lafreniere, K., & Kustra, E. (2013-2016). Teaching leadership chairs: A cost-efficient approach to enhancing the quality of the student learning experience at the University of Windsor. Strategic Priority Fund, University of Windsor, $60,000. Ongoing.

 

Invited Presentations

Boulos, P. (2015, September). Science education and research ethics. Invited workshop as part of the PEARL: Promoters of Experiential and Active, Research-Based Learning Series, Faculty of Science, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Boulos, P. (2016, March). Creating a teaching dossier. Invited workshop presented to members of the Department of Kinesiology, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Boulos, P. (2016, February). Teaching dossier workshop.  Invited workshop presented to students in the School of Creative Arts, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Berryman, J., Wright, A., & Kustra, E. (2016), Enhancing teaching and learning and the UCAPT Process, Invited presentation at the AAU Heads and Deans Luncheon, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Kustra, E. (2015). Faculty engagement in teaching and learning: Why and how? Invited session, along with representatives from all Ontario universities, Council of Ontario Universities Academic Colleagues.

Kustra, E. (2015, December). Music curriculum retreat. Invited workshop to faculty in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Kustra, E., Chu, S., Smith, H., & Sheffield, S. (2016, June). Fifth national centre leaders meeting: Making choices and establishing balance for the centre. Invited workshop at the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Kustra, E. & Chu, S. (2016, February). Fourth national centre leaders meeting: Issues and challenges for national centre leaders. Invited workshop at the annual conference of the Educational Developers Caucus, Windsor, ON.

Kustra, E. & Potter, M.K. (2015, October). Learning outcomes and constructive alignment: The why and the how. Invited workshop presented to faculty and staff at Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.

Kustra, E. & Skene, A. (2016, May). Refining assurance of learning rubrics. Invited half-day workshop presented to faculty in the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Marval, P. (2016, March). Creating effective visuals using PowerPoint and Prezi. Invited presentation as part of Human Resources Professional Development Series, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Marval, P. (2015, October). Creating effective visuals using PowerPoint and Prezi. Invited presentation as part of Human Resources Professional Development Series, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

McDonald, J., & Kustra, E. (2015). The educational developer’s portfolio. Invited session as part of the Council of Ontario Educational Developers Lunch and Learn Webinar.

Pusca, D. (2015, September). SEGATA as a key performance indicator for quality of teaching and learning. Invited workshop offered in the Faculty of Engineering, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Raffoul, J. & Kustra, E. (2015, April). Researching and publishing on teaching: How do you start? What is valued? Invited workshop as part of the PEARL: Promoters of Experiential and Active, Research-Based Learning Series, Faculty of Science, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Skene, A. (2016, February). Curriculum mapping. Invited workshop presented to members of the Digital Journalism Program, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Skene, A. (2016, June). Learning outcomes. Invited workshop presented to the Faculty of Nursing Collaborative Curriculum Workshop, St. Clair College, Thames Campus, Chatham, ON.

Stolarchuk, L., Skene, A., Au-Yeung, T., Dobos, T. (2015, September). Introducing Blackboard. Invited session presented at GATAcademy 2015, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Timmermans, J., Kustra, E., Potter, M.K., Skene, A., & Stolarchuk, L. (2015, October).  Teaching enhancement workshop on threshold concepts. Invited full-day workshop to faculty in the Odette School of Business, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Tucker, B. & Kustra, E. (2015). Establishing your academic career. Invited session at the New Faculty Orientation, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

Tucker, B. & Kustra, E. (2015). Tenure dialogues. Invited session at the New Faculty Orientation, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON.

 

Peer Reviewed Conference Presentations

Boulos, P. (2016, May). Commentary on Evelyn Brister & Elizabeth N. Hane Critical thinking and metacognitive techniques for evaluation of scientific argument.  Session presented at the annual conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, Windsor, ON.

Boulos, P. (2015, July). Newton and diagrams. Session at the IHPST Biennial Conference, Rio de Janeiro.

Chittle, L., Ismail, E., & Boulos, P. (2016, May). GATA Network: Strategies used to promote transformative teaching and learning among graduate and teaching assistants. Poster presented at the annual University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference, Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

Hamilton, B. & Kustra, E. (2016). Using the Australian University Teaching Criteria and Standards Framework (AUTCSF) as the basis for campus development of promotion and tenure teaching criteria. Presentation at the Teaching and Learning National Institute, Evergreen College, Seattle, WA.

Iqbal,I., Dawson, D., Kustra, E., McDonald, J., & Chan, J. (2015). The educational developer's portfolio: Preparation, practice, performance, and proof. Presentation at the annual conference of the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network, San Francisco, CA.

Ismail, E., Chittle, L., & Boulos, P. (2016, May). Supporting graduate and teaching assistants through technologically mediated learning environments. Oral presentation at the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference, Findlay, OH.

Kustra, E. (2016). Teaching culture indicators survey: Leading educational change through documenting and transforming institutional teaching culture. Presentation at the Teaching and Learning National Institute, Evergreen College, Seattle, WA.

Lockett, M., McSweeney, J., Boulos, P., McDonald, J., & Benoit, D. (2016, June). Ethics and educational development in the Canadian post-secondary context.  Session presented at the BC Festival of Learning, Burnaby, BC.

McSweeney, J., Boulos, P., & McDonald, J. (2016, February). Investigating the professional conduct of educational developers across Canada.  Roundtable presented at the annual conference of the Educational Developers Caucus, Windsor ON. 

Potter, M.K. (2016, June). Realizing the principle of growth through the will to power. Session presented at the annual meeting of the Bertrand Russell Society, Rochester, NY.

Potter, M.K. (2016, May). Commentary on Adam Auch. Session presented at the annual conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation, Windsor, ON.

Prier, P., Salinitri, G., & Boulos, P. (2016, June). Exploring psychological type theory and how it can support administrators, academic advisors and their ‘at-risk’ students as they make important decisions around appropriate retention interventions.  Session presented at the annual conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Pusca, D. & Stagner, J. (2016, May). From traditional teaching and learning to student engagement: A case study. Session presented at the annual University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference, Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

Raffoul, J. & Hamilton, B. (2016, June). Why good initiatives lose traction. Session presented at the annual conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Raffoul, J. & Skene, A. (2016, May). Reflective writing: Higher education meets Hollywood. Session presented at the annual University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference, Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

Raffoul, J., Kustra, E., & Potter, M.K. (2016, May). The stories we tell: Transforming teaching through celebratory narrative. Session presented at the annual University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference, Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

Skene, A. & Johnston, N. (2016, February). Putting the spotlight on introverts: Increasing leadership capacity in higher education. Preconference session presented at the annual conference of the Educational Developers Caucus, Windsor ON. 

Skene, A. (2016, May). To catch a thief: Tackling the problem of plagiarism. Session presented at the annual University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference, Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

Skene, A. (2016, June). Teaching ‘em how to fish: Scaffolding student autonomy. Session presented at the annual conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Thompson, D., Fazio, X., Kustra, E., Patrick, L., & Stanley, D. (2016, May).  A scoping review of complexity theory in peer-reviewed health services research. Poster presented at the Canadian Association for Health Services and Policy Research, Toronto, ON.