|Occupation:||Academic Chair, School of Public Safety, Underwater Skills, Recreation and Environmental Studies|
Greetings from Seneca College's King Campus, located about 40 km north of Toronto, Canada. Here at the King Campus, we offer a variety of programs in the Faculty of Applied Arts and Health Sciences. My name is Larry White and I am Academic Chair for the School of Public Safety, Underwater Skills, Recreation and Environmental Studies. For those of you wishing to learn more about Seneca College, please visit or website at www.senecac.on.ca. For those of you wishing to contact me directly, please do not hesitate to do so at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I've been with Seneca College for about two months now, but have worked in the area of post-secondary education for almost 12 years now. Most of my post-secondary background has been at Algonquin College in Ottawa, Canada, where I was Manager, Client Service in the Registrar's Office (9 yrs) and Academic Manager, School of Part-time Studies (2.5 yrs).
Alongside these roles, I became active in designing, developing and delivering online learning for students taking courses at Algonquin College and through OntarioLearn in about 2003 and have, thus far, created and facilitated about a dozen courses in the fields of client relations and environmental studies. Here at Seneca, I am partially involved in supporting faculty who wish to transform their existing traditionall-delievered courses to a more hybrid model. Wikis and other OERs play a role in that.
Previous to that, I worked as a recreation centre director and in various retail management roles in a variety of places in Canada (Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan and Ontario).
Doctor of Social Science, Royal Roads University, enrolled and starting studies in February 2012
Master of Distance Education, Athabasca University, 2006
Post-graduate Certificate in Environmental Assessment, Lakehead University, 1998
Bachelor of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo, 1996
- self-directed learning
- project-based learning
- hybrid learning
- educational institutions and communities as "living labs"
- active citizenship
- ecological literacy
- lifelong learning
- whitewater rafting
- square dancing
- nature photography
- lifelong learning
- preparing to commence doctoral studies in February 2012
- assisting faculty in transforming traditionally-delivered courses to a more hybrid model
- writing a textbook: Imagining Sustainability: Environmental Citizenship in Canada (working title)
Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighbours
Hello, Larry.white, Thrilled to see your wonderful profile.Share your vast and deep knowledge to the Wiki world.Wish you to be an excellent WikiEduator--Scariatc 09:08, 4 February 2011 (UTC)
Hi Larry..Happy to see u in wikiworkshop...enjoy--Shijisubodh 06:15, 5 February 2011 (UTC)
Welcome to eL4C49
- Hello and welcome to eL4C49, a free online Learning4Content wiki skills workshop.
- You may wish to check the schedule of the workshop, introduce yourself, and check the list of participants.
- Whenever you have the time, click on each of the above links and/or start ahead of time with the Pre-Work and Day 1 activities.
- Enjoy the workshop :-)
- Your facilitator: