Linda Pardy

Papers and Publications

2010, Doctoral Dissertation Title Collective Wisdom: A Heuristic Inquiry
          into the Essence of Being an Adult Student Considered At-Risk.   
 
 Publications (Peer Reviewed)

Pardy, L. (In Press). Academic advising in British Columbia. Vancouver, BC: British
     Columbia Council on Admissions & Transfer.

Pardy, L. (In Press). It is nice to be seen: Reflection from an Indigenous community
     engaged Project.  Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research,
     Teaching and Learning.
 Saskatoon, Canada: University of Saskatchewan.

Pardy, L. (2015). Conflict, learning, and transformation: Indigenization, intercultural
     intersections, and adult learning theory. Conference Proceedings. Presented at
     Western, Region Research Conference on Education of Adults.
     University of Alberta. Alberta, BC.

Pardy, L. & Leary, T. (2014). When research informs practice: The benefits of blending
     adult learning and student development theory. Conference Proceedings. Presented
     at Higher Education Reform 2014. Memorial University. St. Johns, Newfoundland.

Pardy, L., Pattridge, S., & Thomson, D. (2013). Social media in the Canadian post-
     secondary Classroom. In G. Mallia (Ed).  The social classroom: Integrating social
     network use in education. Hershey, PA:  IGI Global.

Pardy, L. (2013). Higher learning, radical integration and adult education: Connecting
     disciplines. Conference Proceedings. Presented at the Canadian Association for the
     Study of Adult Education. Victoria, BC.

Pardy, L. (2013). Introducing Juggle: A digital student service center. Communique.
     (Vol. 14, No 1).

Pardy, L. (2011). Diversifying our practice: Reflections from CACUSS 2011.
     Communique. (Vol. 12, No. 1). 7-8.

Pardy, L. (2010). Collective Wisdom: An inquiry into the essence of being an adult
     learner at risk. Conference Proceedings. Presented at the Canadian Association of
     the Studies of Adult Education, Montreal, Quebec.

Pardy, L. (2010). Collective Wisdom: An inquiry into the essence of being an adult 
     learner at risk. ConferenceProceedings. Presented at the Canadian Association of
     the Studies of Adult Education, Montreal, Quebec.

 Presentations (Peer Reviewed)

2014-2015
BCCampus, OpenEd Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and
Learning:Work Integrated Learning (WIL): Strategies for Any Class - Vancouver

Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE) Panel Presenter - Ottawa

Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE) Ignite Session - Ottawa

Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS)
Workshop, Advising as a Learning Hub  - Vancouver

Learning at Intercultural Intersections Conference – Paper, Transformative
Intersections: When Indigenization and Internationalization Meet - Kamloops

Learning at Intercultural Intersections Conference – Research Poster - Kamloops

2013-2014
AACRAO Strategic Enrolment Management – Presentation, Engaging Faculty in SEM
-
Los Angeles

BCCampus OpenEd Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and
Learning Practice (Opening Keynote Panel) - Vancouver

2012-2013
Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS)
Presentation, Open Concept Student Service Resources – Juggle is Up and Running
-
Montreal

Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) - Victoria

Canadian Communication Association Conference (CCA) – Presentation
Technology and the Flipped Communications Classroom - Victoria

Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) - Victoria 

2010 - 2011
Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS) - Toronto

University of the Fraser Valley Teaching and Learning Conference - Abbotsford

2009 - 2010
Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) - Montreal

Canadian Associations for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE) - Montreal

Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS) - Edmonton

2008 - 2009
Canadian Association of College & University Student Services (CACUSS) - St. Johns

BC Post-secondary Recruiters Conference (PSI-BC) (Keynote Address) - Vancouver

Canadian Council on Learning - Victoria

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