Chaotic World                                                    Presentations 

The following presentations concerning instructional design and research in education have been given for various audiences. Feel free to check back for updates.


Vaillancourt, D. (June 2003). Managing the Complexity of Forming an Online Networking Community: A researcher's perspective. 
     Paper to be presented at the 9th Annual Midwest Qualitative Research Conference. Jun 18-20, 2003. Retrieved April 28, 2003 from
http://www.stthomas.edu/education/events/qr.html. St. Thomas, Minneapolis. Vaillancourt, D. (March 20, 2003). Overview of Exploring the Sociotechnical Uses of Online Networking with Women
Entrepreneurs.
Presentation for the Upsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Vaillancourt, D. (January 15, 2003). Potential Impact of Instructional Design on the Future of Adult and Higher Education in Canada. 
Presentation for the University of Saskatchewan - Extension Division. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.
(PowerPoint presentation available here) Vaillancourt, D. (2002). Researching cybernetic networking for women entrepreneurs. Paper presented at the 2002 Canadian
Sociology and Anthropology Association
Conference, May 29-June 1, 2002. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Vaillancourt, D. (2002). Using Technology in the Instructional Design Process. (Invited guest lecturer for Ryerson University - 
Business Department, Course: Instructional Design, CMHR 636. October 31, 2002) Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Vaillancourt, D. (2002). Applied ethnography: The researcher's role. Paper presented in S. Elgie (Chair), Research Methodology.
Symposium conducted at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, Diverse Perspectives in Education, 2nd Annual Student Research Conference. March 21-23, 2002. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Contact
Dale Vaillancourt, Ph.D.

E-mail dvaillancourt@daleink.com
Phone: 416 222-5261
Fax: 416 225-7450

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