Our approach is to bring an educational design and development lens to research projects from their inception, working with faculty members and others to identify educational problems, solutions and training opportunities for all involved. We co-develop and implement interventions, and then study and disseminate results.
Cenkner, M., Sonnenberg, L. K., von Hauff, P., & Wong, C. (2017). Integrating the educational technology expert in medical education: A role-based competency framework. MedEdPublish, 6.
Sonnenberg, L. K., von Hauff, P., & Lemieux, L. (2017). Electronic portfolios for assessment in your postgraduate medical education program: essential questions to ask when selecting a platform for competency-based medical education (CBME). MedEdPublish, 6.
Ganatra, S. , Doblanko, T., Rasmussen, K., Green, J., Valentine, J. & von Hauff. P. May 2017 CNIE-RCIE: Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Design for “Active Case Based Learning in Oral Pathology: The confluence of multiple teaching and learning techniques.”
Verhaeghe, T. May 2017 CNIE-RCIE: Excellence and Innovation in the Integration of Technology for “21st Century Cognitive Apprenticeship: An Interactive Digital Textbook to Teach Dentistry Students from Classroom to Clinic”
Cenkner, M. (2017, April). Classroom Assessment in Ten Minutes or Less. Poster presented at CTL Festival of Teaching and Learning.
Ganatra, S. , Doblanko, T., Rasmussen, K., Green, J., Valentine, J. & von Hauff. P. (2017, May). Active Case Based Learning in Oral Pathology: The confluence of multiple teaching and learning techniques. Poster Presented at the Canadian Network for Innovation (CNIE) Conference, Banff.
Rani, S., von Hauff, P., Brett-MacLean, P. (2016, November). A design-based, relational approach to curriculum innovation in support of humanism in medicine. Poster presented at the TAOS Institute Conference on Relational Practices in Health & Healthcare: Healing through Collaboration, Cleveland, Ohio.
Gupta, S. von Hauff, P. (2017, June). Disrupting QI - A role for design thinking in EDs. Poster presented at Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians (CAEP) Academic Symposium 2017, Whistler, BC.
Wong, K., Clarke, G., von Hauff, P. & Bolster. L (2017, April). Transfusion Medicine Simulation: A tool to increase residents' confidence. Presented at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Winnipeg.
Presentations and Workshops
Cenkner, M. (2017, May). A role-based competency profile for the educational technologist:Towards validating a framework. Presented at Canadian Network of Innovation in Education, Banff.
Cenkner, M. (2017, May). “Backwards Design" for more authentic and engaged learning in your courses. Presented at CTL Festival of Teaching and Learning.
Karstad, M. (2016, October). “Academic Technologies Overview” presented at Fall Harvest 2016, Edmonton Alberta.
Karstad, M., Rasmussen, K. (2016, October) “Explore the possibilities: Explore the Possibilities: Introduction to the FoMD’s new educational video capacity. Presented to the School of Dentistry.
Karstad, M. (2017, May). “Please….Just Use YouTube!“ Presented at Canadian Network of Innovation in Education, Banff, Alberta.
Karstad, M. (2017, April). Validation of Ed Tech Competencies. Presented at the AFMC Informatics Groups - National Village at CCME 2017.
Verhaeghe, T. and Cenkner, M. (2017, May). iBook as a Medley of Educational Theory and Practice: Cognitive Apprenticeship Meets Instructional Design. Presented at ERSC Seminar Series, School of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta.
von Hauff, P and Karstad, M. (2017, May). Design Considerations for Development of Simulations. Presented to University of Alberta Instructional Design group hosted by CTL, Edmonton.
von Hauff, P and Karstad, M. (2017, May). Teaching with Technology. Seminar given in the Teaching Scholars Program, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
Guest Lectures & Seminars
Rowe, A., von Hauff, P. (2016, November). Introduction to Design for Health Science Students [Powerpoint slides]. Lecture/workshop given in “INT D 410: Interprofessional Health Team Development”, Health Sciences Education and Research Commons, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
von Hauff, P. (2016, September and 2017, January). Ideation Techniques for Game Designers [Powerpoint slides]. Lecture/workshop given in CMPUT 250 Computers and Games, Department of Computer Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton.
Awards Committee: 9th Annual CMPUT 250 Game Development Awards.
Grant review committee: Educational & Research Scholarship Fund Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry School of Dentistry, 2016-2017.
Poster judging: Celebration of Teaching and Learning poster.
Planning Committee and Support: TEDMED Live 2016.