2007 Research and Technology Fair
Every two years the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance holds a Research and Technology Fair as a means to communicate with our membership and the educational community. On November 15th 2007, the atrium in Concordia University's J.W. McConnell Building was lined with exhibits, posters, and smartly-dressed academics for our fifth biennial fair.
In addition to a keynote address by Drs. Aulls and Shore entitled "Inquiry in Education: The State of the Art and the Art of the Feasible", the fair included presentations and demonstrations covering second language development, CSLP-developed educational tools such as electronic portfolios and wikis, using said technologies to support learning and assessment, attention in musical perception, improving access to students with disabilities, systematic reviews, and many other topics. Furthermore, we were pleased to play host to a contingent from Hillcrest Elementary who demonstrated our ePEARL and ABRACADABRA tools.
A big thank you to everyone who participated. We look forward to seeing you at our next fair in 2009.