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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Science
July 22, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Research Interests



Since I am not a full faculty member, it is not part of my mandate to do academic research. I do however, look into various topics if I have the time, and many of them have turned out to be quite relevant to my job.

As an part-time faculty member I mainly teach an introductory computer applications or information technology (IT) course so my related research deals with new technology, how students can learn technology and how learning can be enhanced using technology. In this role I also attend a lot of teaching conferences and workshops to better understand teaching and learning in higher education.


Older stuff

My work in Artificial Intelligence can be found here.

Resources for CP264 - Advanced Data Structures

March 2003: I started at Laurier as a Part-Time Faculty member for the Fall 2000, and Winter and Fall terms of 2001. The results of my Teaching Evaluations for those terms can be found here. I also took part in a Teacher Behaviours Inventory in the fall of 2000, and I may post the results soon. I began working full-time as a Lab Supervisor in November 2000 but continued lecturing until the end of the Winter 2001 term due to the overwhelming amount of work involved in teaching a large number of first year labs and having 15 - 20 Teaching Assistants work for me.