On May 4, 2012, I presented a “research note” at the annual meeting of GRAND NCE, held in Montreal, May 2 – 4.
The paper I presented was “Impression Management Work: How Seniors With Chronic Pain Address Disruptions in Their Interactions”, which was co-written with Alison Benjamin, Jeremy Birnholtz, Ron Baecker, Diane Gromala and Andrea Furlan. Here’s a link to a video of my presentation.
Click here for more information about the Pain Lab’s presence at the conference.
On May 17 I led a workshop on “First Person Tutor: How to Use Video Games in Your Classroom” at SFU’s Teaching and Learning Centre’s Symposium on Teaching and Learning on May 17.
Here’s a link to my slides (including places to go for further information): First Person Tutor slides
Here’s a link to the symposium program.
Here’s a link to my slides for part 2 of the Professional Websites for Graduates Students workshop. Thanks to Gladys We and the Faculty of Graduate Studies for setting up the workshops!
gradstudent_websites part 2 (pdf)
I’ve posted the slides for tomorrow’s workshop on websites for graduate students. Here’s a pdf of the slides:
Presentation, Part 1
A web version can be found at terrylavender.ca/extras/gradstudent_websites/gradstudent_websites.htm