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Scott Reid

Scott Reid

Per-Course Instructor
Room SN-2047
Department of Political Science, Science Building
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL A1B 3X9 Canada
Email: scottreid[at]yahoo[dot]com

Research Interests
Politics in Newfoundland and Labrador, parliamentary procedure, political parties, education policy, the politics of technological change

Academics
B. A., B.Ed., B.VEd., M. Ed., Leadership – Policy (Memorial), PhD (Ottawa)

Recent Courses Taught
4880 Research in Newfoundland and Labrador Politics

Select Papers & Publications

Reid, S. (forthcoming). The momentum of the technology of the classroom, in Steven D’Agustino (Editor) Adaptation, Resistance and Access to Instructional Technologies: Assessing Future Trends in Education. IGI Global

Reid, S. (2009). The social shaping of online courses. Paper presented to the Americian Educational Research Association, San Diego, California.

Reid, S. (2009). "Climate, distance, demographic and the adoption of online courses in Newfoundland and Labrador." Paper presented to the Americian Educational Research Association, San Diego, California.

Reid, S. (2009). "Towards a multi-level theory of change." Paper presented to the Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration, Ottawa, Ontario.

Reid, S. (2009). "How standing orders impact on the role of opposition members in provincial legislatures." Paper presented to the Canadian Political Science Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

Reid, S. (2009). "Financing of opposition offices in Provincial legislatures." Paper presented to the Canadian Political Science Association, Ottawa, Ontario.

Reid, S. (2009). Online courses and how they change the nature of class. First Monday, 14 (3).

Reid, S. (2007). Communication channels and the adoption of web-based courses by university professors. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 6 (3).

Reid, S. (2006). Narrowing the focus, in Bruce Mann (Editor) Selected Styles in Web-based Educational Research (pp. 51-70). Hershey, PA: Information Science Publishing.

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