Curriculum Vitae

Jeff McLaughlin
Assistant Professor - Philosophy History & Political Studies

Office: AE335
Phone: (250) 371-5734
Fax: 250-371-5697

 

 

Research and Teaching Interests

 

 

Applied Ethics (Medicine, Computing, Environmental, Research), pop culture, social philosophy, law.

 

 

Scholarly and Professional Activities

 

Papers, Refereed, Journal

(forthcoming) 9-11-01 Truth, Justice and Comic Books (International Journal of Comic Book Art)

 

 

(2002) Getting Online. Getting Up to Speed International Journal of E-Learning Vol. 1. No.3 (July - Sept. 2002)pp.21,22,40.

 

 

(2002) Questions for Establishing Higher Education E-Learning International Journal of E-Learning,Vol. 1. No.4 (Oct -Dec. 2002) pp.10-12

 

 

(2002) Surf or Turf? Deliberations about Distance Education International Journal of E-Learning, Vol. 1. No. 2 (April-June 2002) pp. 18-22.

 

 

(2001) Whine: Our Favourite Beverage WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 3. No. 4 (Oct-Dec. 2001) pp. 52-54.

 

 

(2001) WetNet2001 WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 3. No. 3 (July-Sept. 2001).

 

 

(2001) I Spy with My Little Eye WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 3. No. 2 (Apr.-June 2001) pp. 52-54.

 

 

(2001) A Cheap Device for a Weak Premise WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 3. No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 2001) pp. 58,27.

 

 

(2000) What's Wrong with the Web? WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 2. No. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 2000) pp. 57-58.

 

 

(2000) Being A Philip K. Dick, Not The Philip K. Dick WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 2. No. 3 (July-Sept. 2000) pp. 76-78.

 

 

(2000) Webmaster of My Domain WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 2. No. 2 (Apr.-June 2000) pp. 69-70.

 

 

(2000) The Name Still Remains the Same WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 2. No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 2000) pp. 68-70.

 

 

(1999) The .com Before the Storm WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 1. No. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1999) pp. 56-58

 

 

(1999) Virtual Communities and Online Lives: Halloween in Pleasantville? WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 1. No. 3 (July-Sept. 1999) pp. 71-74.

 

 

(1999) Virtual Communities and Online Lives: Halloween in Pleasantville? WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 1. No. 3 (July-Sept. 1999) pp. 71-74.

 

 

(1999) How Much Will it Cost Me for Free Information? WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 1. No. 2 (Apr.-June 1999) pp. 68-70.

 

 

(1999) Searching for Signs of Intelligence WebNet Journal: Internet Technologies, Applications & Issues, Vol 1. No. 1 (Jan.-Mar. 1999) pp. 67 & 74.

 

 

(1990) Collins and the Complexity of Modern Contract Eidos, Vol. VIII, No. 1 (June 1990) pp. 79-90.

 

 

(1984) The Myth of Nietzche's Eternal Recurrence Carleton Student Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 8, No. 2 (Spring 1984) pp. 5-13

 

 

Papers, Refereed, Other

Citation (1998) Computer mediated conference work cited in article Margaret Haughey, Terry Anderson Networked Learning: The Pedagogy of the Internet. Montreal: Cheneliere/McGraw-Hill

 

 

Citation (1997) Computer Mediated Conferencing work cited in article CMC work cited in Elizabeth Burge, Judith Roberts Classrooms with a Difference. Montreal: Cheneliere/McGraw-Hill

 

 

Citation (1995) Computer Mediated Conferencing research and development sited in: The Canadian Internet Advantage Jim Carroll, Rick Broadhead, Prentice Hall Canada.

 

 

Papers, Non-Refereed, Journal

(1999) David Porter, Internet Culture Philosophy in Review Vol. XIX, No. 1 (Feb., 1999)

 

 

(1994) Joseph Des Jardins, Environmental Ethics Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. XIV, No. 1. (Feb., 1994).

 

 

(1993) John Arras, Nancy Rhoden, Ethical Issues in Modern Medicine Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. XIII, No. 3, (June 1993).

 

 

(1992) Michael Yeo, Concepts and Cases in Nursing Ethics Canadian Philosophical Review, Vol. XII, No. 2, (April 1992)

 

 

(1991) Response to Dr. Ellen Toth's Commentary on the 1985 National Guidelines for No Resuscitation Orders The Bioethics Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 4 (December 1991) p. 5.

 

 

Papers, Non-Refereed, Other

(1999) CyberPhilosophy Course Highlighted in article Open Learning Systems News Issue 67, March.

 

 

Citation (1996) Computer Mediated Conferencing research sited in: Technology and Learning Innovations Project Norman McKinnon Director, Knowledge Connection Corporation (project funded by Bell Canada and 0ntario Ministry of Education)

 

 

Kershaw, A & B. Clark & J. McLaughlin (1995) UCC Student ITV Study Handbook TRU

 

 

Kershaw, A & B. Clark & J. McLaughlin (1995) UCC Faculty Training ITV Handbook TRU

 

 

Books or Chapters, Edited

Editor and Author (forthcoming) Conversations With Stan Lee (University Press of Mississippi)

 

 

(submitted) Introduction to Philosophy (proposal and sample chapter) (Wadsworth)

 

 

(submitted) Introduction to CyberPhilosophy (proposal and sample chapter) (Wadsworth)

 

 

Editor and Author (2005) Comics as Philosophy (University Press of Mississippi)

 

 

Abstract: Uses Comics to examine Philosophy, and uses Philosophy to examine Comics

 

 

Other Professional Activities

2006 Visiting Professor Karl-Franzens University, Graz Austria May - June 2006. Teaching two half courses in Philosophy and Technology

 

 

2005 Visiting Professor - Global Business Program - FH Joanneum - Applied Sciences University of Graz, Graz Austria - December 2005. Teaching Graduate course in Global Business Ethics

 

 

Details: Teaching Masters of Business students representing 14 different countries.

 

 

2005 National Council on Research Ethics - Tri-Council Site Evaluator -Manitoba. Visit, assess and provide recommendations for the university concerning their compliance with national research ethics guidelines.

 

 

2004 —2005 Wadsworth Publishing Web Companion to Trudy Govier's A Practical Study of Argument 6th edition. Created online lectures, quizzes, exams, etc., based on Govier text for Wadsworth. Co-Developer: Robin Tapley

 

 

2004 Copy Editor for the student Q & A exercises in Trudy Govier's A Practical Study of Argument 6th edition. Proofed and edited online exercises for Wadsworth publishing text in Critical Thinking

 

 

2004 —2005 Co-List-owner, Korean-War-L discussion list. Maintained and ran discussion list for Korean war veterans and scholars.

 

 

2004 Critical Thinking Manuscript Reviewer - Longman Publishing

 

 

2003 Helsinki Radio guest, Graz, Austria. 2 hour Interview regarding Privacy

 

 

2003 Privacy and Web Design Consultant CIHR WebSite Development . Ethics consultant for www.canadaonthemove.ca

 

 

2003 National Council on Research Ethics - Tri-Council Site Evaluator - Maritimes. Visit, assess and provide recommendations for institutions concerning their compliance with national research ethics guidelines.

 

 

2002 Visiting Professor, Department of Informationsmanagement Joanneum Applied Sciences University Graz, Austria December 2002-February 2003. Teaching Ethics and Information Management.

 

 

2002 National Council on Research Ethics - Tri-Council Site Evaluator - Alberta . Evaluate Universites for compliance to national ethics guidelines

 

 

2001 —2005 Canadian Journal for Communications and Technology . Editoral board member

 

 

2001 —2005 Electronic Journal for Analytic Philosophy. Editorial Board Member

 

 

2001 List-owner, TOPS - Teaching Online Partnerships and Strategies discussion list

 

 

2000 Visiting Professor, Department of Informationsmanagement, FH-Joanneum, Fall Term.. Teaching Ethics and Information Management

 

 

1999 Founder, The Cyberphilosophy Journal. Student journal for philosophy and computing issues

 

 

1999 Host, Women's Institute of Management delegates, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

 

 

1998 Bioethics Manuscript Reviewer - McGraw Hill Publishing

 

 

1998 Bioethics Manuscript Reviewer - Thompson Publishing

 

 

1998 —2004 Owner, Cyberphil-L discussion list

 

 

1998 Project Coordinator, Premier's Economic Summit Website

 

 

1997 Consultant, Standing Committee on Educational Technology, On-line Comparative project.

 

 

1997 Standing Committee on Educational Technology, On-line Comparative project. Consultant

 

 

1995 —1998 The Painted Porch Multiple Academic User Domain (MAUD) Virtual Campus. Co-developer, Co-administratorwith Stephen Downes

 

 

1995 —1997 MAUDL. Listserv owner: MAUDL discussion list

 

 

1995 —1996 ISIIT. Co-founder; President: International Society for Interactive Instructional Technology

 

 

Canadian Journal for Communications and Technology . Editorial Board Member

 

 

Philosophia. Anonymous reviewer

 

 

Achievements

 

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Alberta, Philosophy (1998) Competency and the Provider Patient Contract

 

 

M.A., University of Manitoba, Philosophy (1985)

 

 

B.A., University of Manitoba, Philosophy (1983)

 

 

Awards or Distinctions

Scholary Activity Award, TRU (2005)

 

 

Description: Chosen as top scholar for the year at TRU in area of Humanites, Social Sciences $1,500 award.

 

 

Professional Activity and Research Award , ARTS Division TRU (2005)

 

 

Description: Award for commitment to students, courses, scholarly activity, professional growth and the community as a whole.

 

 

British Columbia Innovation Award in Educational Technology, Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology (1999)

 

 

Description: Award for innovative work in course delivery and development as well as faculty and student training for Distance Education.

 

 

University College of the Cariboo Scholarly Activity Grant (1995)

 

 

Description: 1,500 for presentation of Distance Learning philosophies

 

 

Work recognized as placing UCC in the Top Twenty institutions in North America for Distance Delivery , League of Innovations in Community Colleges (1995)

 

 

Graduate Teaching Award, University of Alberta (1992)

 

 

Description: For excellence in University teaching

 

 

O.K. Detrick Fellowship in Religion and Ethics, University of Oklahoma (1985—1987)

 

 

Description: Graduate Fellowship

 

 

President's Medal, Kelvin High School (1980)

 

 

Employment

 

Employment

Visiting Professor, Karl-Franzens University Graz, Austria, 05/2006—06/2006

 

 

Visiting Professor, FH-Joanneum Applied Sciences University of Graz, 11/2005—12/2005

 

 

Visiting Professor, FH-Joanneum Applied Sciences University of Graz, 11/2002—01/2003

 

 

Visiting Professor, FH-Joanneum Applied Sciences University of Graz, 11/2000—01/2001

 

 

Assistant Professor, Thompson Rivers University (nee UCC), 08/1993—

 

 

Description: Philosophy

 

 

Teaching

 

Courses Taught

2005 Phil 111: Introduction to Critical Thinking, 200 students, 3 hours

 

 

2005 Phil 238: Philosophy and Pop Culture, 30 students, 3 hours

 

 

2005 Phil 433: Medical Ethics, 30 students, 3 hours

 

 

2004 Phil 435: Environmental Ethics, 30 students, 3 hours

 

 

2004 Phil 221: Contemporary Moral Issues, 30 students, 3 hours

 

 

2003 Phil 224: Cyberphilosophy, 30 students, 3 hours

 

 

New Course Prep, Course Enhancement

2006 Phil 491: Special Topics: Ethics and the Holocaust. Course that examines the question of ethics and moral responsibility in the context of the Holocaust.

 

 

2006 Phil XXX: The History and Future of the Internet - A Philosophical Perspective

 

 

2006 Phil XXX: Privacy Issues and the Internet. Course developed as part of my Visiting Professorship to Austria.

 

 

2005 Phil 416: John Stuart Mill. Developed new course examining works of J.S. Mill and J. Bentham.

 

 

2005 Phil XXX: Global Business Ethics. Developed course for international Master's students in Business.

 

 

Other Details: Taught course to 35 Masters' students from 14 countries in Austria at the University of Applied Sciences

 

 

1994 Phil 111: Critical Thinking. First course offered by UCC online and via Interactive television..

 

 

1994 Phil 433: Medical Ethics. Second course offered by UCC online and via Interactive Television.

 

 

Phil 221: Contemporary Moral Issues. Developed online components for course including readings, assignments, discussions etc..

 

 

Phil 238: Philosophy and Popular Culture. Developed online components for course including readings, assignments, discussions etc..

 

 

Phil 435: Environmental Ethics. Developed online components for course including readings, assignments, discussions etc..

 

 

Phil 224: CyberPhilosophy. Developed online components for course including readings, assignments, discussions etc..

 

 

Professional Development

2004 Studied German for 2 semesters

 

 

Lectures or Talks

05/2006 9-11-01: Truth, Justice and Comic Books ComicDom Convention - Panteion University, Athens Greece

 

 

05/2006 Business Ethics and Representation in Comics ComicDom Convention - Panteion University, Athens Greece

 

 

01/2005 9-11-01: Truth, Justice and Comic Books TRU, Kamloops BC

 

 

Abstract: Applying Platonic and Aristotlean views of art to comic book responses to 9/11

 

 

11/2004 "Impact Assessment of NCEHR Site Visit" National Council on Ethics in Human Research Surveyor's Workshop, Toronto, Ontario

 

 

01/2003 Function Creep: Privacy and Online Issues" Karl-Franzens University, Graz Austria, Invited Speaker

 

 

01/2002 "Internet Research Risks", National Council on Ethics in Human Research Workshop, Ottawa, ON

 

 

01/2002 "Internet Research Risks" National Council on Ethics in Human Research Workshop, Ottawa, Ont, Invited Speaker

 

 

01/2002 “The Risks of Internet Research” Canadian Institute Heath Research Ottawa, Ont. Keynote Address

 

 

01/2002 "DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths and Liebizian Possible Worlds" International Popular Culture Conference, Toronto, Ont.

 

 

01/2000 Life Long Learning Online" Address, FH-Joanneum, Graz, Austria

 

 

01/2000 "Life Long Learning Online", FH-Joanneum, Graz, Austria, Invited Speaker FH-Joanneum, Graz, Austria, Invited Speaker

 

 

01/2000 "Philosophy on the Internet: A Brief Examination of a 'Cyberphilosophy' Course" Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education, University College of the Cariboo, Kamloops, B.C

 

 

01/2000 "'A' is for Alternatives..." Royal Inland Hospital: Grand Rounds, Kamloops, B.C.

 

 

12/1999 "Podiumsgespraech uber Perspektiven in Forschung und Lehre" Karl-Franzens University, Graz, Austria

 

 

01/1999 "Stories and Strategies for Implementing Distributive Learning" Karl-Franzens University of Graz, Austria, Invited Speaker

 

 

01/1999 "Distributed Learning and the 'Theory of Necessity'" Continuing Education Division, University of Manitoba, Invited Speaker

 

 

01/1998 Making ITV more than TV Justice Institute, BC (with Clark, B.)

 

 

01/1998 "Recognizing and Overcoming Different Notions of Distance" Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education, Miami, Florida (with Clark, B.)

 

 

01/1998 "Instituting Computer Literacy Requirements" The League for Innovations Conference on Instructional Technology, Atlanta, Georgia

 

 

01/1997 A. Kershaw, J. Mclaughlin, and R. Clark, "Interactive Television as a Loss Leader: A Strategy for Innovation Acceptance." (Presentation by A. Kershaw) World Conference on Educational Media and Educational Telecommunications, Calgary, Alberta (with A. Kershaw, & R. Clark)

 

 

01/1997 "New Learning Technologies: Making Sound Implementation Decisions." BC Educators' Users Groups Spring Camp: Workshop on Educational Technologies, Vancouver, BC (with Kershaw, A.)

 

 

01/1997 R. Clark, "How Far Distance?" BC Educators' Users Groups Spring Camp: Workshop on Educational Technologies, Vancouver, BC (with R. Clark)

 

 

01/1996 "Teaching On-Line" On-line presentation at Canadian Association of Distance Education On-Line Seminar, The Painted Porch Maud telnet maud.cariboo.bc.ca /port=4000

 

 

01/1996 "What do we need to learn about a Hybrid Approach to Learning?" Connections '96 Conference on Technology, Vancouver, B.C.

 

 

03/1995 "Mauds and Virtual Nursing Communities" International Nursing Informatics Conference, Rutgers University

 

 

02/1995 "'Maudifying' The University Setting" Interactive Television workshop UCC, Kamloops, BC

 

 

01/1995 "An Introductory Series on Muds: A week long series" On-line Presentation at Alberta Distance Education Training Association Distribution List.

 

 

01/1994 "In the Interests of the Biotic Community, or What Does the Clayoquot Sound Like? Commentary on R. Bienart's Ecological Discourse and the Concept of a `Biotic Community'" Canadian Philosophical Association Conference, Calgary, Alberta.

 

 

01/1992 "Shall Meeks Inherit the Earth? Commentary on Ken Hanly's `The Efficiency and Equity of Abortion: A Critique'" Western Canadian Philosophical Association Conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

 

 

01/1992 "Commentary on Boetzkes' `Gender Selection and Abortion'" Canadian Section of the International Association for Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, Learned Societies Meetings, Charlottetown, P.E.I.

 

 

01/1992 "R. V. Butler, The Supreme Court of Canada on Obscenity: Did the Butler Do It?" Alberta Universities Conference, Banff, Alberta

 

 

01/1992 "Abortion and Self-Defence: A Canadian Perspective" Department of Philosophy, University of Oklahoma,

 

 

01/1992 "DNR Orders: Reviving the Debate and Reliving the Fears of Medical Paternalism" Bioethics Interest Group, Faculty of Medicine, University of Alberta, Alberta

 

 

01/1992 "The Riddle and Vision of Eternal Recurrence" Canadian Graduate Students in Philosophy Conference, Toronto, Ontario

 

 

01/1991 "C-Sections" Department of Philosophy, University of Alberta, Alberta

 

 

01/1991 "The Inefficiency of Practical Democracy" Canadian Graduate Students in Philosophy Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

 

01/1990 Persons, Abortions and Hysterotomies" Western Canadian Philosophical Association Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

 

"ILSG: Instructional Learner and Support Group" Awards Presentation, Spring Camp '99, Vancouver, B.C (with Clark, B & D. Baleshta, )

 

 

"Why Muds are better than Moos" On-Line Presentation at Diversity University Moo telnet diversity.edu.org /port=8888. (with Downes, S.)

 

 

"Cyberphilosophy and the UCC/vlab Pilot Project" Canadian Philosophical Association Conference Workshop on Cyberphilosophy, Virtual Reality and Instructional Technology, Calgary, Alberta (with W.Cooper, W & I. Berkeley, )

 

 

Other Teaching

2006 The History and Future of the Internet, 30 students, 15 hours

 

 

Description: Karl-Franzens University, Graz Austria

 

 

2006 Privacy Issues and the Internet, 90 students, 15 hours

 

 

Description: Karl-Franzens University, Graz Austria

 

 

2005 Global Business Ethics, 35 students, 30 hours

 

 

Description: FH-Joanneum: Applied University of Graz, Graz Austria

 

 

1998 Internet and HTML, World Bank Bangladeshi Project, 15 students, 10 hours

 

 

1997 Internet and HTML - World Bank Polytechnic Development Project, 15 students, 10 hours

 

 

Description: Instructor, World Bank Polytechnic Development Project Short Term Overseas Fellowship Training.

 

 

Research

 

Research Grants

01/2006 Shoah Testimonies Source: Scholary Activity Grant. $1,500. Role: Principle Investigator

 

 

Description: Visit Shoah Foundation in LA to examine Video Interviews with Canadian Holocaust Survivors

 

 

01/2005 Interviewing Stan Lee Source: Scholary Activity Grant. $1,400. Role: Principle Investigator

 

 

Description: Visit LA to conduct interview with Stan Lee for forthcoming book.

 

 

01/2004 Researching Archives at U of Wyoming Source: Scholarly Activity Grant. $1,600. Role: Principle Investigator

 

 

Description: visit to American Heritage Center at U of W to research Stan Lee archives

 

 

01/2004—01/2005 Student Perceptions of WebCT Source: ASU - Multiple Literacies. 3000. Role: Principle Investigator (with Dan O'Reilly - Philosophy)

 

 

Description: Survey of UCC students to assess their abilities and interests using the distance education platform WebCT

 

 

Service

 

Committee Membership

2004—2006 TRU, Member: Research Ethics - Animal Subjects

 

 

1999 TRU, Member: Website Redesign Steering Committee

 

 

1999 UCC, Member: UCC/NVIT Joint Campus Architectural Design WorkGroup

 

 

Details: Worked on layout for campus building - Merritt BC

 

 

1998—2001 UCC, Chair: Arts and Education Educational Technology Ad Hoc Committee

 

 

Details: Oversaw transition to Edtech for Arts and Education building and faculty

 

 

1998—2003 UCC, Member: Arts Program Committee

 

 

Details: Reviewed protocols for Arts courses and programs

 

 

1997—2006 Royal Inland Hospital, Member (ongoing): Research Ethics Committee

 

 

1997—2003 TRU, Chair: Research Ethics Committee

 

 

Details: As Chair, I revised all policies and instituted new polices, practices and procedures for Research at TRU

 

 

1997 UCC, Member: Bachelor of Arts Degree Committee

 

 

Details: Committee designed new BA degree for UCC

 

 

1996 Provincial Learning Network, Member: Provincial Learning Network Focus Group

 

 

1995—1997 CMCBC, Member: Computer Mediated Communications-British Columbia

 

 

Details: Steering committee for introduction of educational technology to the Provincal learning institutions.

 

 

1995—1996 UCC, Member: Distance Delivery Committee

 

 

Details: Committee began work of introducing distance education at UCC

 

 

1995 TRU, Member: UCC Distance Education Steering Committee.

 

 

1995 CMCBC, Member: Computer Mediated Conferencing Users Group of British Columbia Steering Committee

 

 

Service

1997—2004 TRU, Technology Consultant for U.C.C. Faculty, Staff and Students

 

 

1997—2003 TRU, Trainer and Developer, Distance Delivery and Instructional Technology Innovations.

 

 

1997 TRU, Organizer and Presenter, Campus Wide Educational Technology Showcase,

 

 

1996 UCC, Workshop developer and trainer, faculty training sessions in Computer Mediated Conferencing and Computer Mediated Instruction.

 

 

1996 UCC, Co-Host, various international delegations touring UCC's Interactive Television facilities.

 

 

1995 TRU, Co-Developer; Co-Trainer: Interactive Television University College of the Cariboo Faculty Workshops.

 

 

Conference Participation

05/2006 ComicDom Con Athens Athens Greece. Role: Invited Guest Speaker

 

 

Details: COMICDOM CON ATHENS, the comics convention that will take place on May 6-7 2006, organized by COMICDOM, the MEDIA LAB of the Department of Communication, Media and Culture of Panteion University and the HELLENIC-AMERICAN UNION.

 

 

04/2004 National Council on Ethics in Human Research Conference Gatineau Quebec, March.. Role: Moderator, "Internet, Databases and Security"

 

 

01/2004 "Review of Team Recommendations with Expert Panel" National Council on Ethics in Human Research Surveyor's Workshop, Toronto, Ontario, February. Role: Panelist

 

 

05/2003 ‘123 Questions…’ Best Practices in Education May. Best Practices in Education Open House Karl Franzens University Graz, Austria,

 

 

02/2002 "Assignment of Cases: An analysis of Sample Research Ethics Applications" Workshop Co-Leader "Assignment of Cases: An analysis of Sample Research Ethics Applications" National Council on Ethics in Human Research Surveyor's Workshop, Toronto, Ontario, Feb.. Role: Workshop Co-Leader

 

 

01/1998 Secwepemc Technology Conference Kamloops, BC. Role: Invited Speaker:

 

 

01/1996 Canadian Association for Distance Education On-Line . Role: Co-host, Seminar: Education and Teaching On-line

 

 

01/1996 CMCBC Session Connections '96 Vancouver, BC. Role: Panelist

 

 

01/1996 CMCBC Connections '96. Vancouver BC. Role: Panelist, UCC's Hybrid Approch to Learning: The Students' Perspective, Connections '96.

 

 

01/1994 Cyberphilosophy, Virtual Reality and Instructional Technology Workshop. Canadian Philosophical Association Conference Calgary, AB. Role: Co-covenor