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TRACY PENNY LIGHT

Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3)

University of Waterloo


Waterloo, Ontario

Canada, N2L 3G1

(519) 888-4567 ext. 3899

tracy@LT3.uwaterloo.ca

Education

1995-2003 Ph.D., Department of History, University of Waterloo



    1. M.A., Laurentian University

    1. B.A. (Hons.), Nipissing University (with high distinction)

    1. B.A., York University (years one and two)



Academic and Professional Work Experience

Instructional Project Manager, Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3), University of Waterloo, January 2001 to present.


Co-Editor, MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching) History Editorial Board, June 2003 to present.
History Editorial Board, MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching), October 2000 to June 2003.
Director, Camp CLOE Instructional Design and Technology Workshop, Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3), University of Waterloo, May 2003 to present.
Instructor, ARTS 303 (Designing Learning Activities with Interactive Multimedia), University of Waterloo, Winter 2002 to present.
Director (Academics), The Clarica Scholars Program, Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3), University of Waterloo, September 2000 to present.
Instructional Developer/Designer, Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology (LT3), University of Waterloo, May 2000 to December 2000.
TA Developer, Teaching Resources and Continuing Education (TRACE) Office, University of Waterloo, May 1999 to April 2000.
Teaching Assistant, Department of History, University of Waterloo, History 108, 253, 254 (campus) and 202, 215, 387 (Distance Education) September 1995 to April 1999.
Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Laurentian University, History 1406-07, September 1993 to April 1995.

Conference Papers and Invited Addresses/Workshops

“‘They Die Smiling’: Doctors, Maternal Welfare and Abortion in English Canada, 1940-

1969,” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, June 2004.
“Integrating Learning Experiences: Competency Portfolios + Folio Thinking = Life-

Long/Wide Learning,” ePortfolio Canada 2004, Vancouver, April 2004.


“Enhancing Learning Through Interactive Learning Object Design,” Invited Workshop,

Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, May 2004.


“MERLOT and History: Blueprint for the Future,” Organization of American Historians,

Boston, March 2004.


“Crossing the Boundary between Traditional and Technological Approaches to Teaching

History: The History Research Project,” Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, Toronto, May 2002.


“Pedagogy Leading Technology: Developing Student-Centered Learning Objects for

History,” Annual Meeting of the American Association for History and Computing, Nashville, March 2002.


“MERLOT for History: Accessing Learning Objects for Teaching and Learning,” with

Trevor Getz, University of New Orleans, Annual Meeting of the American Association for History and Computing, Nashville, March 2002.


“Teaching Centres, Technology Centres: Two Entities, One, or a Hybrid?” POD Network

Conference, St. Louis, October 2001.


“Building Online Relationships: The Clarica Scholars Program,” Alberta Online Learning

Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, October 2001.


“Introducing Collaborative Learning: Implementing Interactive Communication in a First

Year History Course, Annual Meeting of the American Association of History

and Computing, Indianapolis, January 2001.
“From Telling to Teaching: Transforming the Research Presentation into the Classroom

Lecture,” Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) Conference, Brock University, June 2000.


“Delivering Effective Lectures,” World Congress on Contact Lens Education, University

of Waterloo, May 2000.


“Resisting Discourses: Medicine, Women and Abortion in Canada, 1945-1969,”

Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting, University of Alberta, May 2000.


“Constructing Abortion: Women, Medicine and the State in Canada, 1945-1969,” 71st

Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association Conference, San Diego, California, March 2000.


“Regulating Bodies: Medical Discourse on Abortion in Interwar Canada,” Canadian

Science and Technology Historical Association Conference, Queen’s University, Kingston, October 1999.


“‘On the Case’ of Abortion Experiences: Using Court Records, Ontario, 1880-1929,”

Tri-University Conference, Waterloo, October 1998.


Publications


“Canadian History,” and “Women’s History,” in Dennis A. Trinkle and Scott A. Merriman (eds.), History Highway 3.0, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2002.

Academic Awards

2000 Short Listed for the K. Patricia Cross Leadership Award, American Association for Higher Education (AAHE)



  1. The Norman Barwin Scholarship, Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada

  1. University of Waterloo Graduate Scholarship

  1. University Women’s Club of Sudbury, Laurentian University

  1. Laurentian University Summer Fellowship

  1. University Women’s Club of Sudbury, Laurentian University

1991 Carl Sanders Scholarship, Nipissing University

1991 K.M. Valin Scholarship, Nipissing University

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