The School of Health and Exercise Sciences welcomes world leader in digital anatomy education scholarship on March, 13, 2015.
When: Friday, March 13, 2015, 11:00a.m.
Where: EME 1153
His laboratory - the CRIPT lab (The Corps for Research of Instructional and Perceptual Technologies) uses digital anatomy and perceptual technologies to examine the following:
- The development of de novo digital anatomical learning objects from human and animal volumetric data derived from CT, MR, and serial slice photography.
- The evaluation of digital learning objects as it pertains to the study education practices and the effects on learner behaviour and physiological responses.
- The advancement in the knowledge base concerning human perception, training and education; creating models for future pedagogic practice as educational environments incorporate new technologies.
Tim was a nominee for the American Association of Anatomy Basmajian Award for Young Scientist and Educator in 2014 and was awarded the 2012 Marilyn Robinson Teaching Award of Excellence at Western University.
Tim is also a presenter for the Teaching Professor Workshops focusing on Blended Learning approaches in Post-Secondary Education.
The School of Health and Exercise Sciences Seminar Series fosters the exchange of ideas to stimulate international collaborative teaching and research efforts. All faculty, staff and students are invited to attend Wilson's seminar.