ITCDF Recipients 2005 to 2006

Department PI(s) Project Title
A&S – Botany, Zoology Melody Neumann Developed of Animated Learning Tools for Cellular Transport and Signalling Mechanisms
A&S – Chemistry Andrew Woolley High Quality Computational Methods
A&S – Computer Science Greg Wilson, Karen Reid Enhancing Lightweight Groupware to Support Collaborative Undergrad Programming Projects
A&S – German Anna Shternishis Yiddish Studies
A&S – Physics David Harrison, Stephen Morris Canadian In-Class Question Database (CINQ DB)
APSC M.R. Emami Robotics Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation Station
APSC – Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Dan Frances WARP Shoe Company: A proposal to extend a newly developed teaching method to two additional courses in the MIE udergraduate program
APSC – Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Bill Cleghorn Design of Cam Mechanisms without Undercutting
Dentistry Greg Mount Web Content Management System Implementation at the Faculty of Dentistry
Forestry Rorke Bryan Enhancement of Video-Conferencing Instructional Capability in the Faculty of Forestry, Earth Sciences Centre
Medicine Rita Selby Development of an educational, web-based tool to generate interactive, patient-based, clinical scenarios for teaching undergraduates in the Faculty of Medicine
Medicine Julia Alleyne Care-based E-learning Modules for Primary Care Musculoskeletal Education
Medicine – Continuing Education Sharon Straus Toolkit for Evidence Based Teaching
Medicine – Surgery Mike Wiley Medicine Virtual Microscopy Laboratories
Nursing Valerie Grdisa, Doris Howell Preparing Advanced Oncology Nurse Practitioners: Using Information Technology to Develop Innovative Teaching-Learning Strategies
OISE/UT Joan Moss Design and Development of Courseware Modules: Case Studies of Knowledge Building Communities
OISE/UT Clare Brett Wikis as a shared writing environment for graduate and preservice courses
PE&H Dena Bain Taylor Writing in Health and Social Sciences: A Comprehensive Guide
UTM Emmanuel Nikiema Interactive Web-based tutorials introductory linguistics course (Introduction to General Linguistics and Introduction to the Study of Language)
UTM – Biology Danton O’Day Dynamic Cell Biology: A Multimedia DVD using Movies, Animations and Graphics to Facilitate the Understanding of Essential Concepts
UTM – Chemical & Physical Sciences Virginijus Barzda Studio Physics: Courseware for Integrative Teaching of Theory, Modeling and Experiment: Part 1 Vibrations and Waves
UTM – Psychology Jeff Graham An Internet Curriculum and Instructional Database: Guided Learning for Languages and Sciences
UTSC Elizabeth Cowper, Philip Wright Enhancing Teaching and Learning via the UTSC intranet: Multimedia courseware and online course evaluation modules
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