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Reports and Publications - Education

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Currie, S., Bennet, G., Cougler-Blom, B., Riesner, S. (2019) Facilitation Guide, BCcampus Open Resources

 

Lalonde, C., Currie, S. (2013) The B.C. Open Textbook Project, University of Saskatchewan Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching Effectiveness

 

Currie, S., Delich, P, & Stacey, P. (2011). Cultivating communities of practice: Analysis of 3 cases using the 7 principles. In S. Hirtz & K. Kelly (Eds.), Education for a digital world 2.0

 

Kaminski, J. & Currie, S. (2008). Planning your online course. In S.Hirtz & D. Harper (Eds.), Education for a digital world: Advice, guidelines, and effective practice from around the globe (pp. 191-212). Vancouver, B.C.: BCcampus and Commonwealth of Learning.

 

Currie, S. (2008) Contributing editor and contributed SCoPE case study for book chapter: Supporting Learning Through Communities. In S.Hirtz & D. Harper (Eds.), Education for a digital world: Advice, guidelines, and effective practice from around the globe (pp. 191-212). Vancouver, B.C.: BCcampus and Commonwealth of Learning.

 

Currie, S. (2007) SCoPE: The design of an online community, Simon Fraser University PDF (1.3 MB) wiki version (in progress)

 

Currie, S. (2006) SFU SCoPE Community: Technical Development Plan, Technical Report, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. & Wallace.E. (2006) SFU SCoPE Community: Growth Plan, Technical Report, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. & Wallace, E. (2005). SFU SCoPE Community: Report of Phase 1 of Project: Research Phase., Technical Report, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. & Campos, M. (1999). An Activity Theory Framework for Anticipating the Needs of Learning Communities. In Collis, B. & Oliver, R. (Eds.), Proceedings of ED-MEDIA '99: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications, Seattle, WA. (pp. 1605-1606). Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

 

Currie, S. (1998) "The Teaching Support Lab at SFU", Update Newsletter, Centre for University Teaching, July

 

Rossner, V., Chu, S. & Currie, S. (1998). Situated Learning in Course Exemplars: Instructional Design Considerations. Proceedings of the WebNet '98: World Conference of the WWW, Internet & Intranet, Orlando, FL. Charlottesville, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education.

 

Currie, S. & Ostler, C. (1998) "Reconceptualizing Virtual-U: Phase 1, process and user interface design", Technical Report, Virtual-U Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Tiessen, E., Currie, S. & Hayes, S. (1997) "MC2 Zebu Teacher Guide", V1.6, ALiVE! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Advancing educators' knowledge about online learning", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Assessment in a networked learning environment: A principled approach", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Introducing and establishing collaborative projects: Innovative curriculum by design", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Curriculum planning tools: An enhancement to AlivePages software", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Supporting knowledge building communities in a networked environment", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Design considerations for constructivist learning environments", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Vision tool for creating maps: An enhancement to AlivePages software", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

Currie, S. (1997) "Supporting communities of teachers and learners: Networked technology as a catalyst for change", Technical Report, Alive! Research Project, Simon Fraser University

 

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