Vol 37 No 14
May 19, 2005
News & Notes
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June 9, 2005
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Tracey Powell was this yearís recipient of the CADE Award
of Excellence in Graduate Research presented by the Canadian Association of
Distance Education (CADE) at its annual conference in Vancouver in May 2005.
The award recognizes excellence in open and distance education projects, both
nationally and internationally, through a competition adjudicated by a committee
of professional peers from across Canada. Ms. Powell received the award for
her thesis entitled: The experiences of instructional designers of web-based
learning at the post-secondary level. Her thesis was completed as part
of her mastersí degree in Information Technology in Education under the supervision
of Dr. Elizabeth Murphy. She is currently employed as an Instructional Designer
with Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT) of Memorial University.
Dr. Elizabeth Murphy was a recent recipient of the Canadian
Journal of Learning Technology Editorís Award. The CJLT Editorís Award
identifies the outstanding publication or contribution in the Canadian Journal
of Learning and Technology during each year of publication. She received
the award for her publication entitled: Identifying and Measuring Ill-Structured
Problem Formulation and Resolution in Online Asynchronous Discussions. The award
will be presented in Calgary at an Awards Luncheon in late May in conjunction
with the Annual Conference of AMTEC: The Association for Media and Technology
Education in Canada.