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2011-2012

In 2011-2012, an additional Active Learning Classroom (ALC) was constructed in room 1265 of 688 Sherbrooke. This year, 62 unique courses were taught in the four ALCs, representing eight different faculties: Arts, Continuing Studies, Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Science, and Agriculture and Environmental Sciences.

Education 627

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Faculty

Course number

Course name

Instructor(s)

Fall 2011 Arts EAST 362 Japanese Cinema Furuhata, Yuriko
Fall 2011 Arts ENGL 345 Literature and Society Cooke, Nathalie M
Fall 2011 Arts POLI 444 Topics in Intl Politics 2 Ellis, Jaye Dana
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies EDPT 200 Integ Ed Tech in Classrooms Bruzzese, Sam
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies EDPT 204 Educational Media 1 Baron, Maureen
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1 Prokopski, Grzegorz
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CORG 551 Behaviour in Organizations Fraser, Linda
Fall 2011 Education EDSL 334 Teaching Oral Skills in ESL Farris, Candace Leigh
Fall 2011 Graduate Studies EDPE 676 Intermediate Statistics (2 sections) Smith, Nathan
Fall 2011 Law CMPL 546 Intl Envt'l Law & Politics Ellis, Jaye Dana
Fall 2011 Management BUSA 499 Case Analysis & Presentation Donovan, Richard George
Fall 2011 Medicine OCC1 545 Therapeutic Strategies in OT 1 Nedelec, Bernadette
Fall 2011 Science CHEM 232 Organic Chemistry Principles Harpp, David Noble
Fall 2011 Science ENVR 519 Global Environmental Politics Ellis, Jaye Dana
Winter 2012 Arts LING 350 Ling Aspects of Bilingualism Noonan, Maire
Winter 2012 Arts PHIL 355 Aristotle Deslauriers, Marguerite
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1 Vybihal, Joseph P
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CORG 551 Behaviour in Organizations Fraser, Linda
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies EDPT 200 Integ Ed Tech in Classrooms Bruzzese, Sam
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies EDPT 204 Educational Media 1 Baron, Maureen
Winter 2012 Graduate Studies EDPE 605 Research Methods Shaw, Steven
Winter 2012 Graduate Studies EDPE 682 Univariate/Multivariate Anal Smith, Nathan
Winter 2012 Law BUS2 502 Intellectual & Industrial Prop Piper, Stamatia
Winter 2012 Science PHYS 342 Majors Electromagnetic Waves Hilke, Michael

Burnside 511

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Faculty

Course number

Course name

Instructor(s)

Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CBUS 210D1 Comp Business Analysis Bryson, Georges
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies MGCR 352 Marketing Management 1 Royce, Charles
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 201 Intro Geo-Information Science (5 sections) Kalacska, Margaret
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 202 Statistics & Spatial Analysis (2 sections) Berrang Ford, Lea
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 308 Principles of Remote Sensing (3 sections) Kalacska, Margaret
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 407 Issues in Geography Sieber, Renee
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 501 Modellin Environmental Systems Roulet, Nigel Thomas
Fall 2011 Science GEOG 523 Global Ecosystems and Climate Ramankutty, Navin
Fall 2011 Science EPSC 340 Earth and Planetary Inference (2 sections) Wing, Boswell
Fall 2011 Science ENVR 200 The Global Environment
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CBUS 210D1 Comp Business Analysis (2 sections) Bryson, Georges
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 306 Raster Geo-Information Science Lehner, Bernhard
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 307 Socioecon Applications of GIS Arroyo Mora, Juan Pablo
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 351 Quantitative Methods Breau, Sebastien
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 360 Analyzing Sustainability Ramankutty, Navin
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 506 Adv Geographic Information Sci Sieber, Renee
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 535 Remote Sensing&Interpretation (2 sections) Kalacska, Margaret
Winter 2012 Science GEOG 540 Topics in Geography 1 Rhemtulla, Jeanine
Winter 2012 Science ESYS 301 Earth System Modelling Tremblay, Bruno

688 Sherbrooke 1265

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Faculty

Course number

Course name

Instructor(s)

Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CCFC 520 Issues in Professional Practice 2 Parent, Kevin Paul
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CENG 223 Project Management: Bridging Theory & Practice
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CPRL 322 Cases in Public Relations Hirst, Elizabeth Jane
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CPRL 540 Communication Planning Hirst, Elizabeth Jane
Fall 2011 Continuing Studies CESL 640 Fundamentals of Academic Writing for Grad Students Samuel, Carolyn
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies ACCT 455 Dev of Accounting Thought Iannotti, Nicolino
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CCCS 431 Networking Fundamentals Remillieux, Jean Paul
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CCFC 514 Accounting Theory & Practice Iannotti, Nicolino
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CSPN 211 Spanish 1 Cossios, Susana
Winter 2012 Continuing Studies CESL 640 Fundamentals of Academic Writing for Grad Students Samuel, Carolyn

Macdonald Stewart 2-028/2-029

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Faculty

Course number

Course name

Instructor(s)

Fall 2011 FAES AEHM 205 Science Literacy Newman, Carole
Fall 2011 FAES AEMA 310 (5 sections) Statistical Methods 1 Dutilleul, Pierre R L
Fall 2011 FAES BREE 252 (2 sections) Computing for Engineers Clark, Grant
Fall 2011 FAES BREE 430 GIS for Natural Resource Mgmt Adamchuk, Viacheslav
Fall 2011 FAES ENVB 430 GIS for Natural Resource Mgmt Bennett, Elena
Fall 2011 FAES NUTR 345 (2 sections) Food Service Systems Mgmt Rose, Maureen
Fall 2011 FAES NUTR 551  Analysis of Nutrition Data Gray-Donald, Katherine
Fall 2011 FAES FMTP 004 (2 sections) Microcomputing Theriault, Pascal
Fall 2011 FAES WILD 401 Fisheries&Wildlife Management Solomon, Christopher
Winter 2012 FAES AEHM 205 Science Literacy Newman, Carole
Winter 2012 FAES AEMA 310 (4 sections) Statistical Methods 1 Dutilleul, Pierre R L
Winter 2012 FAES ANSC 433 Animal Nutrition Phillip, Leroy E
Winter 2012 FAES BREE 501 Simulation and Modelling Clark, Grant
Winter 2012 FAES BTEC 555 Structural Bioinformatics Salavati, Reza
Winter 2012 FAES ENVB 506 Quantitative Methods: Ecology Solomon, Christopher
Winter 2012 FAES FMTP 025 Farm Project Theriault, Pascal
Winter 2012 FAES FMTP 027 Precision Farming Adamchuk, Viacheslav

2010-2011

In 2010-2011, an additional Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) was constructed (Macdonald Stewart 2-028/2-029). Around 10 courses (57 undergraduate/4 graduate) were taught in all three ALCs from eight different faculties: Arts, Cont. Ed., Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Science, and Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. Over 4,200 enrolled students.

Education 627

23 courses (19 undergraduate/ 4 graduate) from Arts, Cont. Ed., Education, Law, Management, Medicine, Science, and over 2,100 enrolled students.

Fall 2010

  • Arts (2)
    • AFRI 200 – Introduction to African Studies. John Galaty.
    • COMS 361 – Selected Topics Communication Studies 1. Roberta (Becky) Lentz, Art History & Communication Studies.
  • Continuing Education (2)
    • CORG 551 – Behaviour in Organizations. Lynda Fraser, Career and Management Studies.
    • CCCS 300 – Programming Techniques 1. Joseph Vybihal, Career and Management Studies.
  • Education (7)
    • EDSL 334 – Teaching Oral Skills in ESL. Carolyn Samuel, Integrated Studies in Education.
    • EDEC 233 – First Nations and Inuit Education. Michael Doxtater, Integrated studies in Education.
    • EDEC 262 – Media, Technology and Education. Ghada Chehade, Intagrated Studies in Education.
    • EDEC 248 – Multicultural Education. Michael Doxtater, Integrated studies in Education.
    • EDPT 200 – Integrating Educational Technology in Classrooms. Sam Bruzzese, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPT 204 – Educational Media 1. Maureen Baron, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPE 676 – Intermediate Statistics 2. Nathan Smith, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
  • Management (2)
    • BUSA 499 – Case Analysis & Presentation. Richard George Donovan.
    • INDR 294 – Introduction to Labour-Management Relations. Chantal Westgate.
  • Medicine (1)
    • OCC1 545 - Therapeutic Strategies in OT 1. Aliki Thomas, School of Physical and Occupational Therapy.
  • Law (1)
    • PRV4 144 – Common Law Property. Tina Piper.
  • Sciences (2)
    • CHEM 232 – Organic Chemistry Principles. David Harpp, Department of Chemistry.
    • PHYS 101 – Introductory Physics – Mechanics (Tutorials). Kenneth J Ragan, Department of Physics.

Winter 2011

  • Arts (2)
    • PHIL 355 – Aristotle. Marguerite Deslauriers, Department of Philosophy.
    • ESLN 640 - Fundamentals of Academic Writing for Graduate Students. Carolyn Samuel, English and French Language Centre.
  • Continuing Education (2)
    • CCCS 300 – Programming Techniques 1.Eugene Syriani, Career and Management Studies.
    • CORG 551 – Behaviour in Organizations. Lynda Fraser, Career and Management Studies.
  • Education (6)
    • EDPT 200 – Integrating Educational Technology in Classrooms. Sam Bruzzese, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPT 204 – Educational Media 1. Maureen Baron, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDEC 262 – Media, Technology and Education. Anita Nowak and Habib Siam, Intagrated Studies in Education.
    • EDSL 458 – Methods in TESL 2. Lise Winer. Integrated Studies in Education.
    • EDPE 605 – Research Methods. Roger Azevedo, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPE 682 – Univariate/Multivariate Analysis. Robert Bracewell, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
  • Law (1)
    • CMPL 571 – International Law of Human Rights. Frederic Megret.
  • Science (1)
    • PHYS 342 – Majors Electromagnetic Waves. Michael Hilke, Department of Physics.

Burnside 511

18 undergraduate courses from Sciences and Cont. Ed. Over 500 enrolled students.

Fall 2010

  • Continuing Education (1)
    • CBUS 208 D1 – Facilitation for Results. Robert Abbott, General Studies.
  • Science (6)
    • GEOG 201 – Introductory Geo-Information Science. Renée Sieber and Raja Sengupta, Department of Geography.
    • GEOG 202 – Statistics and Spatial Analysis. Lea Berrang Ford, Department of Geography.
    • GEOG 308 – Principles of Remote Sensing. Margaret Kalacska, Department of Geography.
    • GEOG 316 – Political Geography. Benjamin Forest, Department of Geography.
    • GEOG 470 – Wetlands. Gail Chmura and Meaghan Murphy, Department of Geography.

Winter 2011

  • Continuing Education (2)
    • CCCS 431 – Networking Fundamentals. Jean Paul Remillieux, Career and Management Studies. 
    • CBUS 210 D1 & D2 – Comprehensive Business Analysis. Georges Bryson and Robert William, General Studies.  
  • Science (10)
    • GEOG 306 – Raster Geo-Information Science. Bernhard Lehner, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 307 – Socioeconomic Applications of GIS. Raja Sengupta, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 351 – Quantitative Methods. Sebastien Breau, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 360 – Analyzing Sustainability. Navin Ramankutty and Jeanine Rhemtulla, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 406 - Human Dimensions of Climate Change. James Ford, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 501 – Modelling Environmental Systems. Nigel Roulet, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 506 – Advanced Geographic Information Science. Renée Sieber, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 535 – Remote Sensing and Interpretation. Margaret Kalacska, Department of Geography. 
    • ENVR 544 – Environmental Measurement and Modelling. Raja Sengupta, School of Environment. 
    • ESYS 301 – Earth System Modelling. Bruno Tremblay and Navin Ramankutty, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences. 

Macdonald Stewart 2-028/2-029

20 undergraduate courses from the Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences and over 1,400 enrolled students.

Fall 2010

  • AGEC 425 – Applied Econometrics. John Henning, Department of Agricultural Economics.
  • BREE 252 – Computing for Engineers. Grant Clark, Department of Bioresource Engineering.
  • BREE 430 – GIS for Natural Resource Management. Viacheslav Adamchuck, Department of Bioresource Engineering.
  • ENVB 410 – Ecosystem Ecology. James Fyles and Bernard Pelletier, Department of Environmental Biology.
  • ENVB 430 – GIS for Natural Resource Management. Elena Bennett, Department of Environmental Biology.
  • FMTP 028 – Dairy Heifer Management. Christian Molgat, Department of Farm Management Technology.
  • FMTP 004 – Microcomputing. Pascal Thériault, Department of Farm Management Technology.
  • FMTP 097 – Landscape Design. David Wees, Department of Farm Management Technology.
  • NUTR 345 – Food Service Systems Management. Maureen Rose, School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
  • NUTR 551 – Analysis of Nutrition Data. Grace Egeland and Nelofar Sheikh, School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition.
  • WILD 401 – Fisheries & Wildlife Management. David Bird, Murray Humphries, Mark Curtis, Christopher Solomon, Department of Resource Development.

Winter 2011

  • AEHM 205 – Science Literacy. Carole Newman and Natalie Waters, Department of English (Agric & Envir Sc)
  • AEMA 310 – Statistical Methods 1. Pierre Dutilleul & Martina Stromvik, Department of Mathematics (Agric & Envir Sc)
  • AEMA 406 – Quantitative Methods: Ecology. Christopher Solomon, Department of Mathematics (Agric & Envir Sc)
  • ANSC 433 – Animal Nutrition. Leroy Phillip, Department of Animal Science.
  • BREE 501 – Simulation and Modelling. Grant Clark, Department of Bioresource Engineering.
  • BTEC 555 – Structural Bioinformatics. Reza Salavati, Department of Biotechnology.
  • FMTP 025 – Farm Project (152-25-MC). Pascal Thériault, Department of Farm Management Technology.
  • FMTP 027 – Precision Farming (152-027-MC). Viacheslav Adamchuk, Department of Farm Management Technology.

2009-2010

In 2009-2011, two Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs) were designed and constructed (Education 627 and Burnside 511). The classroom was used by 1,300 students (935 undergraduate/ 342 graduate), from seven different faculties. Thirty-five courses were taught by 31 instructors in the two ALCs.

Education 627

19 courses (15 undergraduate/4 graduate) from Arts, Education, Science, Law, Management, Cont. Ed., Medicine, including summer and spring courses. Approximately 860 students.

Fall 2009

  • Education (5)
    • EDEC 635 – Advanced Written Communication. Anthony Pare, Department of Integrated Studies in Education.
    • EDPI 341 – Instruction in Inclusive Schools. Tara Flanagan, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPE 676 – Intermediate Statistics 2. Nathan Smith, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPT 200 – Integrating Educational Technology in Classrooms. Sam Bruzzese, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPT 204 – Educational Media 1. Maureen Baron, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
  • Management (2)
    • INDR 294 – Introduction to Labour-Management Relations. Chantal Westgate.
    • ORGB 423 – Human Resources Management, Chantal Westgate.
  • Science (2)
    • CHEM 232 – Organic Chemistry Principles, David Harpp, Department of Chemistry.
    • PHYS 251 – Honours Classical Mechanics 1. Gilbert Holder, Department of Physics.

Winter 2010

  • Arts (2)
    • ENGL 431 – Studies in Drama, Wes Folkerth, Department of English.
    • ESLN 640 – Fundamentals of Academic Writing. Carolyn Samuel, English and French Language Centre.
  • Continuing Education (2)
    • CCCS 300 – Programming Techniques 1. Andrea Emrick, Career and Management Studies.
    • CORG 551 – Behaviour in Organizations. Lynda Fraser, Career and Management Studies.
  • Education (3)
    • EDEC 206 – Communication in Engineering. Diane Eyre, Department of Integrated Studies in Education.
    • EDPT 200 – Integrating Educational Technology in Classrooms. Sam Bruzzese, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
    • EDPT 204 – Educational Media 1. Maureen Baron, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.
  • Law (2)
    • PRV4 144 – Common Law Property. Tina Piper.
    • CMPL 571 – International Law of Human Rights. Frederic Megret.
  • Management (1)
    • ORGB 423 – Human Resources Management. Chantal Westgate.
  • Science (1)
    • PHYS 342 – Majors Electromagnetic Waves. Michael Hilke, Department of Physics.

Spring/Summer 2010

  • EPIB 600 – Clinical Epidemiology. Nitika Pai and Kaberi Dasgupta, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics Occupational Health (Faculty of Medicine).
  • EDPT 200 – Integrating Educational Technology in Classrooms. Sam Bruzesse, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology (Faculty of Education).
  • CCOM 206 – Communication in Engineering. Diane Eyre, Department of Translation Studies (Centre for Continuing Education).
  • CCCS 300 – Programming Techniques 1. Andrea Emrick, Career and Management Studies (Centre for Continuing Education).

Burnside 511

18 undergraduate courses during 2009-2010 from Science and Continuing Education. Approximately 400 students.

Fall 2009

  • Science (7)
    • GEOG 201 - Introductory Geo-Information Science. Renee Sieber and Margaret Kalacska, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 202 - Statistics and Spatial Analysis. Lea Berrang Ford, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 308 – Principles of Remote Sensing. Margaret Kalacska, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 316 – Political Geography. Benjamin Forest, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 470 – Wetlands. Meaghan Murphy, Department of Geography. 
    • GEOG 501 - Modelling Environmental Systems. Nigel Roulet, Department of Geopgraphy. 
    • ENVR 200 – The Global Environment. Nigel Roulet, Department of Geography. 
  • Continuing Education (2)
    • CORG 555 – Strategic Human Resources Management. Jean-Claude Provost, Career and Management Studies. 
    • CORG 560 – Staffing Organizations. Jean-Claude Provost, Career and Management Studies. 

Winter 2010

  • Science (7)
    • GEOG 306 – Raster Geo-Information Science. Bernhard Lehner, Department of Geography 
    • GEOG 307 – Socioeconomic Applications of GIS. Peter Johnson, Department of Geography 
    • GEOG 351 – Quantitative Methods. Sebastien Breau, Department of Geography 
    • GEOG 506 – Advanced Geographic Information Science. Renee Sieber, Department of Geography 
    • GEOG 535 – Remote Sensing and Interpretation. Margaret Kalacska, Department of Geography 
    • EPSC 340 – Earth and Planetary Inference. Boswell Wing, Department of Environmental Sciences  
    • ESYS 301 – Earth System Modelling. Bruno Tremblay, Department of Environmental Sciences  
  • Continuing Education (1)
    • CCCS 431 – Networking Fundamentals. Jean-Paul Remillieux, Career and Management Studies. 

Spring/Summer 2010

  • CBUS 210 D2 – Business Analysis. Robert Abbott, General Studies (Centre for Continuing Education).