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Plagiarism and Academic (Dis)Honesty
2007 (June 13): Keynote speaker (Why Students Cheat) Sponsored by Lambton College,
in Sarnia, Ontario.
2007 (May 4): Keynote speaker (Why Students Cheat). Sponsored by Niagara College, in
2006 (June 8): Keynote speaker "Why Students Cheat" and applied workshop "How Students Cheat" at
the Stepping Into Your Future
conference for all the community colleges of southwestern Ontario.
Sponsored by Lambton College, in Sarnia, Ontario. The applied workshop exposed faculty to a number of different technological tricks that
students sometimes use to disguise plagiarized material. The workshop also included techniques for defeating Turnitin. Refereed
2004 (June 3). "UNDESIRABLE SYNERGY: Academic Dishonesty and The Tyranny Of Conformity," delivered to The Region
of Southwest Ontario Community Colleges Summer Teaching Workshops in Ridgetown, Ontario. ( Precursor to Why/How Students Cheat
2004 (April 1). "UNDESIRABLE SYNERGY: Academic Dishonesty and The Tyranny Of Conformity for Niagara College,
Welland Campus." ( Precursor to Why/How Students Cheat
Pedagogies of Online Teaching and Learning
2000: Asynchronous communication (First Class) consultant for the first Cedaw
(Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women) Impact Study Final
, released during the twenty-third session of the CEDAW Committee, New York, June 2000, by Marilou McPhedran, Susan Bazilli, Moana Erickson, Andrew Byrnes,
With an Introduction by, Andrew Byrnes and Jane Connors. Published By The Centre For Feminist Research, York University And The International Women's Rights Project.
(Acknowledgement on p. 8.)
1995-1998: Coodinator for Teaching and Technology
CST (Centre for the Support of Teaching)
, where I designed and offered a variety of workshops
and liased with faculty and various technical support departments. I also helped with planning and grant proposal writing.
2007 - 2010: Member of the Editorial and Technical Advisory Board of
Open Source Shakespeare: An Experiment in Literary Technology
1999-2001: Founding member and coordinator of volunteers for SIP
(The Society of Internet Professionals) and Sipgroup, now merged with and
Accredited Internet Professionals (AIP).
1997 (Fall): Invited member of the International Curriculum Committee (subsequently morphed into the
) in 1998 that established the technical and pedagogical requirements for
certification in the IPW (Institute of Professional Webmasters) program.
The program was renamed in 1998 as the Association of Professional Webmasters. Our task was to
establish standards and define equivalencies between professional certification in Novell (CNE: Master Certified Novell Engineer), Microsoft (MCSE),
community colleges, and university computer science departments (B.A. and B.Sc.). In other words we had to design a curriculum that would meet both
academic and industry standards. "The Association is managed by a Board of Directors that includes representatives from Ernst and Young, IBM, Open Market,
Netstar Interactive, The Cohen Group, Microsoft Canada, mbanx, AT&T, Onyx Interactive, Informix, Novell, Apple Canada, Canoe, WebTV, Oracle, Netscape, CIBC,
Mentors Inc., and Athabasca University."