Speaking

In the past 27 years that I have spent in Academia (Post Secondary) as a student, Professor, administrator, Vice President Academic and most recently as a Learning Innovation Consultant I have spoken to thousands of people at hundreds of events —Take me to the full list. I have also listened to hundreds (perhaps even thousands) of speakers and learned that the most effective speakers are those who are passionate about their subject and who bring you into their world.

Finding the Right Fit
In my capacity as an academic leader I have also been responsible for planning and hosting hundreds of events, from small professional development sessions to large multi-day conferences, so I understand the challenge of finding just the right speaker. The quality of events were directly dependent on the quality of our speakers. If we had the right speakers then the events were successful. More often then not the most successful sessions were the ones in which the speaker moved away from the traditional sage on the stage position and engaged the audience in a dialogue.

Active and Engaging
Even though I have conducted several keynote addresses and have been a sage on the stage for many sessions I prefer to interact directly with my audience and find out where they are at and address their issues and concerns. As an social constructivist I prefer a highly interactive workshop or town hall format where the creative and collaborative power of a group can be harnessed to bring about learning for all participants. Whether we use an open discussion in a small group, a twitter back channel in a large venue or a chat session in a webinar I believe it is crucial for me to listen to the audience and engage them.

Power of Digital Media
I am an advocate of all forms of digital media and look for opportunities to embed video, images and sound into all my interactions whether they take the form of an online class, workshop, professional development session, presentation or keynote.

The following are a few examples of some of my previous work:

My Most Requested Topics
I speak on topics related to teaching and learning, change and innovation, mobile and online learning and educational technology. I will customize my presentation to meet your organization’s specific needs and my goal is to provide the outcome you need.

My most requested topics include the following. Keep in mind that I can present these as a keynote, webinar, or a half, full or multi-day workshop.

  • Creating significant learning environments
  • Curriculum development and instructional design
  • Giving leaners choice, ownership, and voice through authentic learning opportunities
  • Using disruptive innovation as a catalyst to bring about change
  • Online and mobile learning
  • Organizational Change
  • Pedagogy as a foundation for implementing online and mobile learning
  • Using technology to enhance learning
  • Its about the learning


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Previous Speaking Engagement:
The following is a list my engagements over the past several years.

2017

Harapnuik, D., & Thibodeaux, T. (2017, February). Choice, Ownership, and Voice through Authentic Learning: Lamar University M.Ed. in Digital Learning & Leading. Presentation for Capilano University, North Vancouver BC
PDF of Slides: COVA-CSLE in DLL – Feb 16 2017

Harapnuik, D., & Thibodeaux, T. (2017, February). Modelling ePortfolios: How to use and model an ePortfolio in your course/program. Presentation for Capilano University, North Vancouver BC
PDF of Slides: Modeling ePortfolios Fe6 2017

Curriculum Development (PIDP 3210). Five-day Workshop designed to enable new and experienced educators to design and build effective curriculum conducted for the Vancouver Community College (VCC) at the College of New Caledonia (CNC) Prince George, BC.
3210 Resources page

2016

Harapnuik, D., Cummings, C. & Thibodeaux, T. (2016, August). Eportfolio Persistence: Digital Learning and Leading Program. Presentation for the AAEEBL Annual Conference. Boston, MA.
PDF of slides: AAEEBL Boston August 2016-ver2

Harapnuik, D., Cummings, C. & Thibodeaux, T. (2016, May). Go & Show Digital Learning. Presentation for the Digital Ticket Conference at Lamar University. Beaumont, TX.
PDF of slides: LU Digital Ticket-May 19, 2016-Rev 4 Digital Ticket

Harapnuik, D., Cummings, C. & Thibodeaux, T. (2016, April). Go & Show Digital Learning: Lamar University’s Digital Learning and Leading Program. Presentation for the CoSN Annual Conference. Washington, DC.
PDF of slides: COSN DC – April 6-2016-Rev 2

Harapnuik, D., Cummings, C. & Thibodeaux, T. (2016, March). Blended Learning Approach: Lamar University’s Digital Learning and Leading Program. Presentation for the Texas Distance Learning Association Conference. San Antonio, TX.
PDF of slides: TxDLA San Antonio – March 31-Rev 2

Harapnuik, D., Cummings, C. & Thibodeaux, T. (2016, February). Eportfolio Persistence: Exploring Why Learners Continue or Discontinue Using Eportfolio. Presentation for the AAEEBL Western Regional Conference at Texas Christian University. Fort Worth, TX.
PDF of slides: ePortfolio Persistence AAEEBL TCU – Feb 25

2015

Using Digital Media to Engage Students. Workshop for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Power of Video. Workshop for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Future of Learning in the SoHS-What’s Your Why. Workshop for the Dean’s Leadership Team in School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

How to Build Acceptance and Overcome Resistance to Feedback. Workshop for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – SoHS-Feedback session.pdf
Feedback Workshop Videos & Resources

Exploring the Fundamentals of Blended Learning and the Flipped Classroom. Information session for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Blended Learning-Info-Session-SoHS.pdf

Understanding and Combatting Resistance to Online Learning. Information session for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Online learning issues.pdf

Using Video & Digital Media to Engage Students. Information session for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Power of video.pdf
Power of Video Resources page

Four Keys to Unlocking the Cultural Component of Organizational Change: 
The Head Won’t Go Where the Heart Hasn’t Been. Presentation for ASQ Vancouver Quality and Business Excellence Conference. Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – 4-Keys-Culture-Org-Change-ASQ Conference.pdf

Integrating Tech in Schools: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. Presentation for the EdTech Vancouver Meetup. ZEN Maker Lab, North Vancouver, BC.
PDF of slides – ZEN Meetup- Significant Learning Environments.pdf

Leading learning and technological change. Webinar conducted for University of Athabasca course MDDE 610: Survey of Current Educational Technology Applications. Athabasca, AB.
Webinar slide deck –
Related blog post:
MDDE 610 Webinar-Leading learning and technological change

Exploring the Philosophy of Learning. Workshop for the Emergency Nursing program in the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides –
Learning Philosophy for Emergency Nursing
Visible Learning

Connecting the Dot for Blended Learning. Workshop for the Speciality Nursing program in the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Mindset for Change-Specialty Nursing

What is the Future of Learning in the SoHS. Workshop for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

2014

Leading learning and technological change. Webinar conducted for University of Athabasca course MDDE 610: Survey of Current Educational Technology Applications. Athabasca, AB.
Webinar slide deck –
Related blog post:
MDDE 610 Webinar-Leading learning and technological change

Youtube in the Learning Environment. Seminar/Workshop for the Learning and Teaching Centre at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slide –
List/links of YouTube videos used in the seminar

What is the Future of Learning in the SoHS. Workshop for the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Creating Significant Learning Environments in a Quality Assurance Context. Presentation for ASQ Vancouver. Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – ASQ Presentation

Connecting the Dots. Workshop/Presentation for the Digital Arts Program in the School of Business at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Vancouver Campus, BC.

Adopting the Mindset for Change. Workshop for the Speciality Nursing program in the School of Health Sciences at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Mindset for Change-Specialty Nursing

Power of Video. Workshop for the Part Time Studies Professional Development day at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – BCIT – Youtube Workshop blogpost

Power of Intrinsic Motivation. Workshop for the Computer Science Program in the School of Computing and Academic Studies at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Motivation Session-SoCAS.pdf

Disruptive Innovation: A Catalyst for Learning. Keynote for the Business Educators’ Articulation Conference hosted by the School of Business at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Disruptive Innovation BEAC Keynote.pdf

Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW). Five-day Workshop designed to enhance the teaching effectiveness of both new and experienced educators conducted for the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides –
ISW Intro May 2014.pdf
Connecting dots-Learning Process.pdf
BOPPPS Model & Lesson Cycle.pdf

Creating Significant Learning Environments. Two-day faculty development workshop conducted for the School of Business at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – CSLE 2 Day SoB Workshop

Start with Why. Curriculum Mornings Workshop for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – SoHS Why.pdf

Connecting the Dots VS Collecting the Dots. Curriculum Mornings Workshop for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Connecting Dots.pdf

Mindset for Change. Curriculum Mornings Workshop for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – Mindset for Change.pdf

Creating Significant Learning Environments. Curriculum Mornings Workshop for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – CSLE.pdf

Power of Intrinsic Motivation. Workshop for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – BCIT-SoHS Motivation Session.pdf

Putting the Mobile Into Learning. Workshop for the Faculty Development Wednesday Workshop Series at the Learning and Teaching Centre at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Creating Significant Learning Environments: Catalyst to Bring about Change in Higher Education. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

The power of media and technology in creating significant learning environments. Presentation for the Marketing Management Program at the School of Business at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Creating Significant Learning Environments. Four-day faculty development workshop conducted for the Nursing Program in the School of Nursing at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.
PDF of slides – CSLE 4 Day Workshop.pdf

Creating significant learning environments. Presentation for the Dean’s Leadership Team at School of Business at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

2013

Creating Significant Learning Environments. Two-day faculty development workshop conducted for British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Using Mobility as a Catalyst to Bring about Change in Higher Education. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

What’s Our Why: Creating significant learning environments. Presentation to the Dean’s Council of the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC.

Creating significant learning environments. Webinar/online conference presentation conducted for inaugural worldwide Homeschool Conference.

Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW). Workshop for a small group setting designed to enhance the teaching effectiveness of both new and experienced educators conducted for the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT). Burnaby, BC

Change Leadership: Using Mobility as a Catalyst to Bring about Change in Higher Education. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Where are we at with Mobile Learning in Higher Education. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Using Disruptive Innovation as a Catalyst for Change in Higher Education. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Consequences of Living Your Faith in Your Profession. Presentation to Capilano Christian Assembly Men’s Group: Capilano Christian Assembly. Edmonton, AB.

2012

Concordia University is Home Education Friendly. Presentation to Students and Parents: The Home Education Exchange. Calgary, AB.

Living and Learning. Presentation for Awards Night: Mornville Christian School. Mornville, AB.

Concordia University is Home Education Friendly. Presentation to Students and Parents: The Home Education Exchange. Edmonton, AB.

Characteristics of Analytics Leadership or How to Prevent Culture from Trumping Vision. Education Analytics Panel: Best of Analytics Conference. Edmonton, AB.

Why Concordia. Presentation to Students and Parents: Alberta Home Education Association. Red Deer, AB.

Two Men Who Make a Difference. Presentation to Faculty and Staff at Concordia Annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Dinner: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Designed Leadership. Presentation to Faculty and Staff: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

The Concordia Difference. Presentation to Students and Parents at Concordia Open House: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Mobile Learning: It’s About the Learning. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Leadership. Workshop for First Year Learning Communities: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Where are we in mLearning: What’s Holding You Back. Workshop for Bringing Mobile Learning to your Institutions Conference: Academic Impressions. Houston, TX.

mLearning: an Instructional Design View. Workshop for Bringing Mobile Learning to your Institutions Conference: Academic Impressions. Houston, TX.

mLearning: at your Institution. Workshop for Bringing Mobile Learning to your Institutions Conference: Academic Impressions. Houston, TX.

mLearning: Planning Guidelines. Workshop for Bringing Mobile Learning to your Institutions Conference: Academic Impressions. Houston, TX.

Leadership: It’s Not Just for Leaders. Workshop for First Year Learning Communities: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Using Mobility to Enhance Productivity. Workshop for Executives and Directors: Alberta Criminal Justice Association. Edmonton, AB.

The Power of Living Your Faith. Presentation to Capilano Christian Assembly Men’s Group: Capilano Christian Assembly. Edmonton, AB.

Concordia Town Hall. Presentation to Faculty and Staff: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Welcome to Concordia. Presentation to Winter Session Students: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Open Studies Orientation. Presentation to Open Studies Students: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

2011

Concordia Changes Lives. Presentation to Edmonton Public and Catholic High School Councilors: Councilors Brunch at Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Concordia University Homes School Admissions Initiative. Presentation to Wisdom School District Coordinators and Board: Wisdom School District. Edmonton, AB.

It’s About the Learning. Keynote address for Fall Awards Night: Mornville Christian School. Mornville, AB.

Mobile Learning: It’s About the Learning. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Welcome to Concordia. Presentation to Incoming Freshman Students: Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

It’s About the Learning: Pre-session. Presentation to Concordia Faculty: Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

Media Literacy. Presentation to the Concordia Board of Governors Initiatives and Internationalization Task Force: Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

It’s About the Learning: Academic Planning Workshop. Workshop conducted for Concordia Faculty: Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

Concordia Tomorrow: It’s About the Learning. Presentation to Concordia Board of Governors: Concordia University College of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 2011

Mobile Enhanced Inquiry-Based Learning (MEIBL) Bootcamp. Next Generations Learning Challenges (NGLC) Workshop conducted at the Adams Center for Teaching and Learning: Abilene Christian University. Abilene, TX.

It’s About the Learning: The Foundation for the Development and Implementation of a Strategic Academic Plan. Presentation to Concordia University College of Alberta. Edmonton, AB.

Using Mobility to Enhance the Learning Environment. Workshop conducted at the International Sun Conference on Teaching and Learning: University of Texas at El Paso. El Paso, TX.

Mobile Learning: It’s About the Learning. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Revolution or Evolution? Social Technologies and Change in Higher Education. Online Workshop conducted at Friday Live Weekly Webcast: TLT Group’s Online Institute. Takoma Park, MA.

Design and Implementation Success Factors: Using the iPhone to Enhance the Education Experience. Key Speaker at the Education Technology Strategies for Universities, Colleges and K-12 Schools: Strategy Institute. Toronto, OT.

Student Perspective on Mobile Learning. Panel Chair for Symposium conducted at the ACU Connected Summit: Abilene Christian University. Abilene, TX.

Faculty Perspective on Mobile Learning. Panel Chair for Symposium conducted at the ACU Connected Summit: Abilene Christian University. Abilene, TX.

Using Mobility as a Catalyst to Change the Learning Environment. Symposium conducted at the 5th Conference on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: Texas A&M University. Kingsville, TX.

Are We Expecting Enough of Our Learners. Workshop conducted at the Abilene Christian University 2011 Winter Pre-session. Abilene, TX.

2010

Revolution or Evolution? Social Technologies and Change in Higher Education. Symposium conducted at the Gateways to New Directions: 35th Annual POD Conference. St. Louis, MI.

Mobile Learning: It’s About the Learning. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

ACU Connected Open House Conference, Abilene, TX.

Mobility and Next-Wave Interaction in HigherEd. Presentation for Christian Admissions Councilor Retreat. Abilene, TX.

Mobile Learning: It’s About the Learning. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Athabasca Introduction to Current Distance Education Technologies course: MDDE 610. Athabasca, AB.

Developing a Campus-Wide Mobile Learning Initiative at ACU. Webinar guest lecture conducted for University of Victoria Distributed and Mobile Learning course: EDCI 339. Victoria, BC.

ACU Connected Open House Conference, Abilene, TX.

Mobile Learning Initiative Update and New Opportunities. Webinar conducted for the Portage College Professional Development Series. Lac La Biche, AB.

The Future of Mobile Learning. Workshop conducted at the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative Annual Meeting, Austin TX.

2009 and older

Rankin, W., Dickson, K., Harapnuik, D., & Saltsman, G. (2009, October). ACU Connected Open House Conference, Abilene, TX.

Harapnuik, D., & Wall, T. (2008, October). Enhancing Learning With Web 2.0. Symposium conducted at the League for Innovation CIT 2008 Conference on Information Technology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Harapnuik, D., & Gross, C. (2008, October). SPARC Your Passion for Learning Through Lethbridge College’s Learning Connections. Symposium conducted at the League for Innovation CIT 2008 Conference on Information Technology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Harapnuik, D., & Harker, R. (2008, October). B.Y.O. Laptop: Enable Student Laptops to Access College Software. Symposium conducted at the League for Innovation CIT 2008 Conference on Information Technology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Harapnuik, D., & Wall, T. (2008, October). Enhancing Learning With Web 2.0. Symposium conducted at the League for Innovation CIT 2008 Conference on Information Technology, Salt Lake City, UT.

Harapnuik, D., & Corbett, R. (2007, October). Self Directed Online Professional Development for Educators? Symposium conducted at the Distributed Learning in the 21st Century: Shaping the Future of Learning Symposium, Edmonton, AB.

Harapnuik, D. (2007, May). Impact of Web 2.0 and M-Learning. Symposium conducted at the Alberta Business Education Association Conference, Waterton Lakes National Park, AB.

Harapnuik, D., Papp, D., & Saito, F. (2001, February). Discover Hacking. Symposium conducted at the Business Security Series at Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, AB.

Harapnuik, D., Papp, D., & Saito, F. (2001, April). Discover Hacking. Symposium conducted at the Business Security Series at the Calgary Convention Center, Calgary, AB.

Harapnuik, D., Montgomerie, T.C., & Torgerson, C. (1998, November). Costs of Developing and
Delivering a Instruction Course. Symposium conducted at WebNet 98–World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet, Orlando, FL.

Montgomerie, T.C., Harapnuik, D., Keenan, T., Chugh, U., Kirek, I. Pfoh, H. Smith, N. & Udey, N. (1998, January). Development of a Delivery System for Multimedia Instruction over the Internet: The Adaptive Multimedia Education Enabler (AMEE). Symposium conducted at the 20th Annual Pacific Telecommunications Conference “Coping with Convergence –the Future is Now,” Honolulu, HI.

Harapnuik, D., & Montgomerie, T.C. (1998, February). Web-Based Instruction: Lessons Learned,
Lessons Shared. Poster session presented at Research Revelations 98, Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., Harapnuik, D., & Torgerson C. (1998, March). True Costs of Web-Based Instruction. Symposium conducted at Media Prosperity ’98 — A joint conference of AMTEC (Association for Media and Technology use in Canada) and ENMI (Edmonton New Media Initiative), Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1998, March). Student Evaluations of Web-Based Instruction, Symposium conducted at Media Prosperity ’98 — A joint conference of AMTEC (Association for Media and Technology use in Education in Canada) and ENMI (Edmonton New Media Initiative), Edmonton, AB.

Harapnuik, D. (1997, March). Putting your Course Online. Symposium conducted at the Train the Trainer Series at Grant MacEwan Community College, Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1998, March). The Internet: Communicating, Accessing and
Providing Information, A poster session for Leaders in Learning ’98: Celebrating Innovation in Educational Technologies at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

Harapnuik, D., & Montgomerie, T.C. (1997, June). Delivering a Course on the Web. Symposium
conducted at The Digital Planet: University of Alberta Campus Computing Symposium, Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., Harapnuik, D., & Palmer, K. (1997, June). Managing, Supporting and Administering Web-Based Courses. Poster session presented at ED-MEDIA 97 & ED-TELECOM 97 – World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia & World Conference on Educational Telecommunications, Calgary, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1997, June). The Internet –Communicating, Accessing & Providing Information: An On-Line Web-Based Course. Symposium conducted at ED-MEDIA 97 & ED-TELECOM 97 – World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia & World Conference on Educational Telecommunications, Calgary, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., Harapnuik, D., & Simpson, I. (1997, June). The Adaptive Multimedia Education Enabler. T.C. Symposium conducted at The Digital Planet: University of Alberta Campus Computing Symposium, Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T. C., Birdsell, R., Harapnuik, D., McCracken, J. Smith, N., & Udey, N. (1997, April). The Adaptive Multimedia Education Enabler. Symposium conducted at Alberta Advanced Education, Edmonton, AB.

Montgomerie, T. C., Birdsell, R., Harapnuik, D., McCracken, J. Smith, N., Udey, N. & Chugh, U. (1997, April). The Adaptive Multimedia Education Enabler. Symposium conducted at Leading Together: Fostering Success in and Diverse Learning Community sponsored by the Alberta Association for Continuing Education (AACE) presentation: AMEE Consortium, Calgary, AB.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1997, November). Student Evaluation of a Web-Based Course. Symposium conducted at WebNet – 97 — World Conference of the WWW, Internet, and Intranet, Toronto, ON.

Montgomerie, T.C., Harapnuik, D., & Palmer, K. (1997, December). An Online Database System for Managing, Supporting, and Administering Web-Based Courses. Symposium conducted at the International Conference on Computers in Education, Kuching, Malaysia.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1997, December). Putting Your Course Online: Lessons Learned, Lessons Shared. A Tutorial (presession) given to the International Conference on Computers in Education, Kuching, Malaysia.

Montgomerie, T.C., & Harapnuik, D. (1996, October). Observations on Web-Based Course Development & Delivery. Symposium conducted at WebNet ‘96 – Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education, San Francisco, CA.

Harapnuik, D. (1996, May). Business on the Internet. Edmonton, AB: Compusmart Business Series.

Harapnuik, D. (1996, June). Conducting Business on the Internet. Edmonton, AB: OA Internet.

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