Contributors

This Facilitator Guide is the result of a collaborative effort to provide increased resources and support to the team of SKILLS21 workshop facilitators.

Project Team:

April Babey, Administrative Coordinator, Teaching and Learning Services
Alexander Liepins, Academic Associate, Teaching and Learning Services
Robyn Obermeyer, Communications Officer, Student Life and Learning

Development Team:

Joan Butterworth, Leadership Training Facilitator, Campus Life and Engagement
Ariadna Camargo Balcazar, Graduate Student Assistant, Teaching and Learning Services
Amanda Jarrell, Graduate Student Assistant, Teaching and Learning Services
Marcy Slapcoff, Educational Developer, Teaching and Learning Services
Kira Smith, Project Assistant, Teaching and Learning Services
David Syncox, Associate Director, Student Skills Development, Teaching and Learning Services

We would like to thank all those who answered our questions, reviewed drafts, and provided feedback:

Saima Ahmed, Nicole Allard, Calli Armstrong, Stephanie Babb, Ariunaa Bayarsaikhan, Emily Chen, Rachel Desjourdy, Lina Di Genova, Eva Dobler, Jennie Ferris, Adam Finkelstein, Justin Fletcher, Carlene Gardner, Julie Godin, Alastair Hibberd, Méganne Hirsch, Darlene Hnatchuk, Sandrine Hoindo-Donkpegan, Justin Ible, Marcela Isuster, Maggie Lattuca, Sue Laver, Erin McDonagh, Maria Orjuela-Laverde, Teri Phillips, Christina Popescu, Nazanin Rostami, Carolyn Samuel, Ian Simmie, Eranthi Swaminathan, Mariela Tovar, John Van Heest, Allan Vicaire, Claire Walker, Tim Wilfong, Laura Winer.

 


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