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Centred on Learning Innovation Fund (CLIF) Abstracts 2008-2009

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. Click on abstract to read more about this year’s proposals:

BioArt: Contemporary Art and the Life Sciences
Jennifer Willet, School of Visual Arts

Collaborative Technologies as Enhancers of the First Year University Experience
Dragana Martinovic, Faculty of Education; Jelena Magliaro, Leddy Library; Kristina Verner, Centre for Smart Community Innovation; & Timothy Pugh, Grand Erie District School Board

Educational Expectations of First Year Students
Jill Singleton-Jackson & Jeffrey Reinhardt, Department of Psychology

Enhancing First Year Biology Labs to Enrich the Student Learning Experience
Dora Cavallo-Medved, Julie Smit, & Kirsten Poling, Department of Biological Sciences

Enhancing the First Year Business Communication Experience
Francine Schlosser & Winter 2009 Instructors for 71-100 (Business Communications), Odette School of Business

Enhancing the Teaching and Learning of Physical Assessment Skills: Peer Mentors as Standardized Patients
Judy Bornais & Kathy Pfaff, Faculty of Nursing

First Year International Students’ Expectations, Experiences and Challenges at the University of Windsor
George Zhou, Faculty of Education; Zuochen Zhang, Faculty of Education; Guoying Liu, Leddy Library; & Enrique Chacon, International Students’ Centre

Fostering Inclusion Through Peer-Mentoring Programs
Kim Calderwood, Wansoo Park, & Lisa Allison, School of Social Work

Promoting Success for First Year Students by Developing a Set of Teaching Guidelines Incorporating the Principles of Universal Instructional Design
Irene Carter & Donald Leslie, School of Social Work

Student Academic Entitlement by Year and Faculty
Ken Cramer, Department of Psychology; Laurie Freeman-Gibb, Faculty of Nursing; Kathryn Lafreniere, Department of Psychology; & Craig Ross, Department of Psychology

Using Computer-Based Resources and Peer Tutoring to Facilitate First Year Students’ Understanding of Physics
Tim Reddish, Department of Physics; George Zhou, Faculty of Education; & Elena Maeva, Department of Physics