Faculty from the University are invited to exchange experiences about integrating technology to enhance classroom teaching and learning (e.g., WebCT, PowerPoint and Camtasia Studio). For more info about attending or presenting, contact Oksana Maibroda before April 25. For more info about how IMS can help you integrate technology into your teaching, contact Adam Finkelstein.
First TOA fluxes from the Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget (GERB) instrument and their (potential) applications
Dr. Cédric Bertrand, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Dept of Observations, Section Remote Sensing from Space, Brussels
Paul Thompson, associate professor of neurology, UCLA School of Medicine
Charles L. Wilson, PhD, Dept of Neurology, UCLA Seizure Disorders Center, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
Victor Faundez, MD, PhD, Dept of Cell Biology, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga
Daniela Rotin, PhD, Program in Cell Biology, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto
Dr. William Ruddiman, professor emeritus, environmental sciences, University of Virginia
All McGill instructors are invited to the Fair to share their teaching experiences with different technologies and demonstrate how they use them for teaching and learning. We encourage you to register early using our online registration form (click on "Website" below); prizes for early registration will be awarded! If you want to showcase your work and/or demonstrate examples at the Fair, please email Adam Finkelstein by April 28. For more information, go to www.mcgill.ca/ims/fair.
Why the Antarctic determines atmospheric pCO2 and the Subantarctic global biological export production
Dr. Irina Marinov, Dept of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Anne Douglass, Deputy Aura (EOS satellite, Chemistry), NASA Greenbelt