Beth Marquis

Educational Research Consultant, Centre for Leadership in Learning

CLL logoCampus Address:
CLL Teaching Commons – Mills Library 504/H

Phone: 905.525.9140 x27667
Email: marquie@mcmaster.ca

Research Interests


Teaching & Learning Research Interests:

  • Teaching & learning in the Humanities
  • Equity & accessibility in teaching & learning contexts
  • Teaching & learning of creativity
  • Inter- and trans-disciplinary teaching and learning
  • Teaching with technology
  • Threshold concepts & ways of thinking and practicing
  • Qualitative methods
  • Faculty development


Projects


Current Teaching & Learning Research Projects:

Project Title Project Principal Investigator Project Collaborators
Relevance of Course Content and the Development of Ways of Thinking and Practicing in Film Studies Beth Marquis  
AODA & the Accessibility of Teaching and Learning at McMaster Beth Marquis Sue Baptiste,
Ann Fudge-Schormans,
Anju Joshi,
Bonny Jung,
Sue Vajoczki,
Rob Wilton
Teaching Creativity Across the Disciplines Beth Marquis Sue Vajoczki
Echo 360: An Effective Tool for Universal Instructional Design? Sue Vajoczki Nancy Fenton,
Otto Geiss,
Rick Hayes,
David Kidney,
Vivian Lewis,
Pippa Lock,
Beth Marquis,
Nick Marquis,
Lorna Turcotte,
Jacob Tarkowski,
Geraldine Voros,
Susan Watt
Social Sciences Inquiry Faculty & First Year Student Expectations of Teaching Catherine Chiappetta-Swanson Nancy Fenton,
Beth Marquis,
Karen Nicholson,
Danielle Stayzer,
Sue Vajoczki


Publications & Presentations


Select Teaching & Learning Research Publications & Presentations:

Marquis, E. & Vajoczki, S. (2012). Creative differences: Teaching creativity across the disciplines. International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, 6(1). (forthcoming in January 2012)

Marquis, E. et al. (2011). Identifying and overcoming barriers to accessible education. Paper presented at the Society for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Marquis, E. & Vajoczki, S. (2011) ‚ Creative differences: Teaching creativity across disciplines. Paper presented at the Opportunities and New Directions Conference, Waterloo, ON.

Fenton, N. et al. (2011). Exploring lecture capture technologies for universal instructional design. Paper presented at the Society for Teaching & Learning in Higher Education Conference, Saskatoon, SK.

Marquis, E. (Ed.) (2010-2011). Connections: A teaching and learning newsletter. Hamilton: Centre for Leadership in Learning.

Marquis, E. (2011). Teaching and learning at McMaster. Hamilton: Centre for Leadership in Learning.


Interested in


Interested in:

  • Collaboration
  • Reviewing proposals and offering feedback
  • Receiving feedback on projects & proposals


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