Research

 

Theses & Dissertations

Anstey, L. M. (2016). Student Experiences in Undergraduate Anatomy: An Exploration of Inquiry Learning as an Authentic Experience. (Doctoral Dissertation). Queen’s University. http://hdl.handle.net/1974/14125

Peer Reviewed Publications

Kolomitro, K., & Anstey, L. M. (2017). A survey on evaluation practices in teaching and learning centres. International Journal for Academic Development, 22(3), 186-198. doi:10.1080/1360144X.2017.1313162

Anstey, L. M. (2017). “Applying anatomy to something I care about”: Authentic inquiry learning and student experiences of an inquiry project. Anatomical Sciences Education, 10(6), 538-548. doi: 10.1002/ase.1690

Anstey, L. M., Michels, A., Syzmus, J., Law, W., Ho, M. E., Qu, F., Yeung, R. T., & Chow, N. (2013). Reflections as peer facilitators of an inquiry project for undergraduate anatomy – Successes and challenges from a year of trial-and-error. Anatomical Sciences Education, 7(1), 64-70. doi: 10.1002/ase.1383

Lee F., Anstey L. M., MacKenzie L. W. (2012). Perspectives on an inquiry-based learning strategy designed for a large-scale human anatomy course. Clinical Anatomy 25, 940.

Chan, S., Tsui K., De Meester, L., Lacharite, V., Oomen, G., Wainman, B. & Soloman, P. (2011). Dissecting through barriers: Findings from a pilot study on the effect of interprofessional education in a gross anatomy course. McMaster University Medical Journal, 8(1), 11-15.

De Meester, L. (2011). Learning anatomy for use beyond the classroom: A guide for medical students. McMaster University Medical Journal, 8(1), 45-48

Non-Peer Reviewed

Anstey, L. & Watson, G. (2018, September 10). A  Rubric for E-Learning Tool Evaluation. EDUCAUSE Reviewhttps://er.educause.edu/articles/2018/9/a-rubric-for-evaluating-e-learning-tools-in-higher-education

Hundey, B., Anstey, L. M., Cruickshank, H., & Watson, G. P. L. (2017). Supporting Instructors to Improve Teaching Effectiveness: Recommendations for Fellowship and Mentorship Programs. London: Western University.

Selected Conference Presentations

Anstey, L. M., Bortolin, K., Freeman, T., Funk, M., Holmes, T., Maloley, C., Moore, A., Scow, S., Vander Kloet, M., Taylor, R., Xulsimalt (2018, February). Engaging with truth and reconciliation: Thinking through the role of educational developers as allies in responding to the calls to action. Pre-conference session presented the Educational Developers’ Caucus 2018, Victoria, BC.

Anstey, L. M. & McPhee, K. (2018, February). “Not now, not this way”: A mantra for asserting our roles as educational developers when facing prickly curriculum contexts? Workshop presented at the Educational Developers’ Caucus 2018, Victoria, BC.

Anstey, L. M., Cruickshank, H., Hundey, B., & Watson, G. (2018, February). Teaching-focused mentorship and fellowship programs: Recommendations from a review of the literature. Paper session presented at the Educational Developers’ Caucus 2018, Victoria, BC.

Anstey, L. M. (2017, February). Envisioning a plan for long term evaluation of eLearning Programming. Roundtable session presented at the Educational Developers’ Caucus 2018, Victoria, BC.

Anstey, L. M. (2016, June). ‘What interests you?’ Working together for authentic inquiry learning in undergraduate anatomy. Research session presented at the meeting of The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Anstey, L.M., Sadler, J., Watson, G., & Horsley, S. (2016, June). Supporting elearning on campus. Drawing inspiration from continuous improvement of an elearning toolkit. Workshop presented at the meeting of The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, London, ON.

Anstey, L., Kolomitro, K., & Leger, A. (2016, February). Evaluation of a Blended Course Design/Redesign Institute. Poster presented at Educational Developers Caucus, Windsor, ON February 16-18, 2016

Taraban-Gordon, S., Dimitrov, N., Haque, A., & Anstey, L. (2016, February). Graduate courses on university teaching: Enhancing traditional courses through open educational resources. Roundtable presented at Educational Developers Caucus, Windsor, ON February 16-18, 2016

Anstey, L. & Hill, A. M. (2013, October). Experiences in undergraduate anatomy: an exploration of inquiry learning as an authentic experience. Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Curriculum Studies, Braga, Portugal October 18-19, 2013

Hill, A. M., Anstey, L., Gallinger, K., & Penn, A. (2013, October). Curriculum possibilities: Enabling students with ‘developmental disabilities. Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on Curriculum Studies, Braga, Portugal October 18-19, 2013

Anstey, L. M. (2013, July). Students’ experiences of inquiry-based learning in undergraduate anatomy – initial findings. Poster presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Association of Clinical Anatomists, July 9-13, 2013, Denver, Colorado.

Anstey, L. M. (2013, July). Conceptions of curriculum: applications for anatomists. Poster presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Association of Clinical Anatomists, July 9-13, 2013, Denver, Colorado.

Hill, A. M., Anstey, L. M., Gallinger, K., Penn, A., & O’Shea, K. (2013, April). (Dis)assembling (dis)abled education for ‘developmentally disabled’ students: Continuing dialogue on abilizing the curriculum. Paper presented at the 12th annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies; April 24-28, 2013; San Francisco, California

Anstey, L. M., & Hill, A. M. (2013,February). Life(world) & death: Envisioning the anatomy curriculum ‘brought to life’. Session presented at the 6th Biennial Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, Provoking Curriculum Studies: As Strong Poets Conference, Ottawa, Canada, February 22-23, 2013.

Hill, A. M. & Anstey, L. M. (2013, February). (Dis)assembling (dis)abled education for ‘developmentally disabled’ students: abilizing the curriculum. Paper presented at the 6th Biennial Provoking Curriculum Conference, February 22-23, 2013, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.

Anstey, L.M. (2012, November). Asking the Right Questions: Overcoming the Challenges of Inquiry-Based Learning. Presented at the 2012 Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; November 8-10, 2012, Banff, AB, Mount Royal University, Calgary, AB.

Lee, F., Anstey, L., & MacKenzie, L. (2012, July). Perspectives on an inquiry-based  learning  strategy  designed  for  a large-scale  human  anatomy  course. Poster presented at the 29th annual meeting: American Association of Clinical Anatomists, Grenada, West Indies.

Yeung, R. T., Law, W., Ho, E. & Anstey, L. (2012, March). By Students, For Students: Adapting Inquiry-Based Learning for Undergraduate Human Anatomy Education in a Large Class Setting. Poster presented at the 2012 Inquiry @ Queen’s Annual Conference. Kingston, Ontario.

Easteal, R.A., MacKenzie, L., De Meester, L.M., Leger, A. (2009, October) A Graduate Program on the Teaching and Learning of Anatomy. Poster presented at: The 34th Annual Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education Conference; October 28-November 1, 2009; Houston, TX.

De Meester, L.M. (2009, June). An Exploration of the Teaching and Learning Roles of the Anatomy Museum at Queen’s University. Poster presented at: The 12th Annual Scientific Meeting for Health Sciences Trainees; June 2, 2009; Kingston, ON