Leadership and excellence in teaching, research and service in adult and continuing education and related fields.
Communication, innovation and collaboration are the cornerstones of the Extended Education's commitment to academic leadership and excellence. Members of the Extended Education academic team contribute their time, ideas and expertise to a variety of organizations and projects. Through their involvement, advancements in teaching, research and service continue to be made.
Here we highlight a few of the many examples of the initiatives and accomplishments of the Extended Education staff:
Peer-Reviewed Publications (including proceedings) In alphabetical order by author.
Davidson, H.S. (2010). Making development needs into educational needs: On the social construction of educational needs and the case of the World Bank, 1960 to 2000. Jadavpur University Journal of Sociology, Vo. 3, No. 3, 15- 23.
Davidson, H. S. (2010). Palestinian continuing education: Images of distress and possibilities for hope. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 36(2): http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/cjuce-rcepu/article/view/9601/7566
Davidson, H. S. (2010). Review of Justice, Morality and Social Responsibility, S. W. Gilliland, D. Steiner, & D.P. Skarlicki (Eds.), Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, 36(1): http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/cjuce-rcepu
Mordoch, E., & Gaywish, R. (2011). Is There a Need for Healing in the Classroom? Exploring Trauma-Informed Education for Aboriginal Mature Students. In education, 17(3) Autumn. Guest Editors for this theme issue on Indigenous Education: R. Gaywish, L. Goulet, J. Pelletier, and L. Steeves. http://ineducation.ca/article/there-need-healing-classroom-exploring-trauma-informed-education-aboriginal-mature-students
Hechter, R. & Phyfe, L. (2010). Using Online Videos in the Science Methods Classroom as Context for Developing Preservice Teachers’ Awareness of the TPACK Components. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 3841-3848). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Hechter, R. & McGregor, L. D. (2010) A Confucian Framework for Categorizing Pre-service Teachers' Expectations of Their Science and Mathematics Methods Courses, Proceedings of Association for Science Teacher Educators International Conference 2010 . Sacramento, CA.
Hechter, R. & Phyfe, L.D. (2010) Using Online Videos in the Science Methods Classroom as Context for Developing Preservice Teachers’ Awareness of the TPACK Components. In C.D. Maddux (Ed.), Research Highlights in Technology & Teacher Education 2010.
Kops, W. J. (2011). Teaching in compressed formats: Learning from faculty best practices. Path to Pedagogy, University Teaching Service, University of Manitoba, 19 (2), 1-4.
Kops, W. J. (2010). Summer session organizational models at Canadian universities. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, Vol. 36 (2), 1-13.
Kops, B. & Sloane-Seale, A. (2010). Older adults’ participation in education and successful aging: Implications for university continuing education in Canada, Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, Vol. 36 (1), 1-29.
Koulouriotis, J. (2011). Ethical considerations in conducting research with non-native speakers of English. TESL Canada, 28(5). http://teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl/issue/view/128
Matheos, K. (2011).Blended learning: a promising practice for higher education. Path to Pedagogy, University Teaching Service, University of Manitoba, 20 (2), 1-2.
Matheos, K. (in press). Conducting an External Institutional Quality Review: The Palestinian Al-Quds Open University. In Insung Jung & Colin Latchen (Eds).Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Distance Education and e-Learning: Models, policies and research. Routledge, London.
Ouellette, R. (2010). Indigenous Anthropology. Journal Altérités: Anthropologie 2.0? L’ethnographique par-delà l’anthropologie. Phillip Rousseau et Kiven Strohm, eds. 7, 2, 95-118. http://www.alterites.ca/vol7no2/pdf/72_Ouellette_2010.pdf
Ouellette, R. (2010). Rules of the Game: An Interview with Gilbert Whiteduck. Cahiers du CIERA. Florence Dupre and Auralie Maire, ed. November 2010. 6. 109-122.
Ouellette, R. (2011). Evaluating Aboriginal Curricula using a Cree-Métis Perspective with a regard towards Indigenous knowledge. Université Laval. Ph D thesis. Unpublished.
Siemens,G. & Matheos, K. (2010). Systemic changes in higher education. In Education, 16(1) http://ineducation.ca/issue-2
Sloane-Seale, A. (2011). Retention and persistence in University Continuing Education Programs at the University of Manitoba: A Case Study, Canadian Journal for Studies in Adult Education, Vol.24 (1), 15-19.
Sloane-Seale, A. (2010). Review of Evaluation: A Systematic Approach, Rossi, M., Lipsey, W. & Freeman, H.E., Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, Vol.36 (2), 1-2.
Sloane-Seale, A., & Kops, B. (2010). Older Adults’ Participation in Education and Successful aging: Implications for University Continuing Education in Canada, Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education, Vol. 36 (1), 1-29.
Wallace, L. (2012). Online versus blended learning: Strategic considerations. Proceedings of the Excellence in E-Learning in the Middle East Conference (pp. 45-53): http://congress.hbmeu.ae/content/proceedings
Wallace, L. & Young, J. (2010). Implementing blended learning: Policy implications for universities. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration 13(4), http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/
Kops, W. J., Organization of Summer Sessions: Centralized, Decentralized, and Hybrid Organization (with L. Lytle). Western Association of Summer Sessions Administrators Conference, Irvine, California, October 2010.*
Kops, W. J., Centralized, Decentralized, and Everything In Between: Organizing Summer Sessions (with L. Lytle). North American Association of Summer Sessions Conference, Portland, Maine, November 2010.*
Kops, W. J., Summer Session Website Analysis Project (with H. Abe, M. Barry, L. Lytle, and A. Morris). North American Association of Summer Sessions Conference, Portland, Maine, November 2010.*
Kops, W. J., The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Excellence in Summer Schools (withE. Vannebo and S. Omrod). Network of European Summer Sessions, European Association of International Education, Nantes, France, September 2010.*
Kops, W. J., Strategies for Retaining and Recruiting Older Workers (with A. Sloane-Seale).Canadian Association of University Continuing Education Annual Conference, Fredericton, New Brunswick, June 2010. *
Matheos, K. &Atleo, M. , Confluence of factors to validate a lifelong learning agenda in higher education. Reforming Higher Education with a Lifelong Perspective. Berlin, October 2011
Ouellette, R. Evaluating Aboriginal Curricula using a Cree-Métis Perspective with a regard towards Indigenous knowledge. 34th Annual California Conference on American Indian Education, Los Angales, March 25, 2011.
Ouellette, R. Evaluating Aboriginal Curricula using a Cree-Métis Perspective with a regard towards Indigenous knowledge. 7th Annual Shawane Dagosiwin Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba. April 28, 2011.
Ouellette, R. Does the Teaching of Aboriginal Spirituality Improve Education? Debating Aboriginal Policy. Mount Royal University. Calgary, Alberta. May 5, 2011.
Wallace, L., Negotiating the tug-of-war between university continuing education’s academic mandate and requirements for cost-recovery. (Dean’s Panel with H. King and K. Campbell). Canadian Association for Adult and Continuing Education, June 5-8, 2011.*
Wallace, L., Key issues in blended learning: addressing quality, cost and sustainability (Panel with J. Greer, H. Kanuka, R. Owston, and A. Vaughn). COHERE Conference on Blended Learning, Oct 21-22, 2010.*
Wallace, L., Improving Distance and Online Advising Practice (with K. Wong and L. Niemela). Canadian Association for Adult and Continuing Education, June 1-4, 2010.*
Wallace, L., Pedagogy, Instructional Design, and Organizational Change: Ramping Up for Online Learning (with C. Ives and G. Tarswell). Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, May 16-19, 2010.*
A sampling of our partnerships includes:
- University of Alberta
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Victoria
- Addictions Foundation of Manitoba
- Assiniboine Community College
- Association of African Universities (AAU Dakar)
- Association of Records Managers and Administrators (ARAMA International)
- Athabasca University
- Campus Manitoba
- Canadian Association for University Extended Education (CAUCE)
- Canadian Institute of Management (CIM)
- Canadian Virtual University (CVU)
- Collaboration for Online Higher Education
- Credit Institute of Canada (Certiἀed Credit Professional Designation, CCPD)
- Credit Union Association of Canada
- Government of Manitoba
- Inter-Universities Advisory Committee (IUAC):
- Manitoba Hydro
- Manitoba Labour and Immigration
- Manitoba Liquor Control Commission
- Manitoba Lotteries Corporation
- Manitoba Municipal Administrators' Association
- Manitoba Public Insurance
- NGEE ANN Polytechnic
- Olds College
- Quality Network on Education & Training (QNET)
- Red River College
- The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Manitoba (CA)
- The Purchasing Management Association of Canada
- United Way of Winnipeg
- Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce
- Winnipeg Police Service