<p>Held on Wednesdays at AU Central, <a href="http://www.athabascau.ca/research/lunch-n-learn.html">Lunch N' Learn</a> provides Faculty and Professional staff the opportunity to disseminate research, present papers and build the collegial research atmosphere of the University.</p><p>Visiting presenters are also encouraged to participate in the <a href="http://www.athabascau.ca/research/lunch-n-learn.html">Lunch N' Learn</a> series. If you know of any visitors whose work or ideas might be of interest, please contact us well in advance of their visit so that we may attempt to schedule a presentation.</p><p>Please complete the Lunch N' Learn Request Form and submit to Research Center.</a> </p><p>For further information, call Alice at 675-6651.</p>

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  • Online Course Innovations: The "Great Debate" & "MBA Orientation" 

    Jugdev, Kam; Hutchison, Maureen; Markowski, Carrie (2006-01-16)
    Recently, the one-week MBA Orientation was revised, and the Debate was introduced as a new exercise in AU’s online MBA project management courses. Expertise of team members in course production and online innovations was ...
  • Educational Social Software 

    Anderson, Terry (2006-01-16)
    Dr. Terry Anderson, AU's Canada Research Chair in Distance Education, will illustrate the potential of Educational Social Software, a new genre of net based tools that support varying degrees of co-operative and socially ...
  • Understanding How Manufacturers and Retailers Use Sales Promotion 

    Sigue, Simon (2006-01-16)
    Do promotions increase or reduce retail prices in the long run? Long-term effects of promotions on sales and brand goodwill are well documented in marketing literature. However, knowledge about how best to integrate ...
  • Gateways PLAR Research Project Initial Findings 

    Crowther, Ingrid; Arscott, Jane (2006-01-16)
    Funded under a three-year Human Resources Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) contribution agreement, the Gateways project provides enhanced access to degree completion for underserved learners. These learners, mostly women ...
  • Research Ethics Processes at AU 

    Fahy, Patrick J.; Green, Janice (2006-01-16)
    Why do we have a Research Ethics Board (REB)? Where can research ethics training and resources be found? Do we have expedited review? What is “AU Institutional Permission”, and when is it needed? Dr. Patrick Fahy, ...
  • The Role of Elluminate Webconferencing in the Distributed University 

    Anderson, Terry (2006-01-16)
    Elluminate is a leading provider of live Web conferencing and eLearning solutions for the real-time organization. Serving corporate and academic sectors, the company ensures the best user experience through superior quality ...
  • Ubiquitous e-Learning Based on SCORM 

    Shih, Timothy (2006-01-10)
    Dr. Timothy Shih, Professor, Computer Science & Information Engineering Dept., Tamkang University, Taiwan, will highlight potential research problems arising through current distance learning standards, and will provide a ...

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