Scholar Practitioner web 


Download a copy of Jan Unwin's Presentation here

Download the schedule here

Please note: hard copies of the schedule will be available upon arrival on August 10th.

Download a map of campus here

Please join us, Wednesday, August 10 for our first annual Scholar Practitioner Conference Jan Unwin Scholar Practitioner Conf.

This event is free! Register today!

NOTE: Guests wishing to present their work must apply to present as well as RSVP on the link above. The application to present can be found here


The Scholar Practitioner Inquiry Conference is an opportunity for all educators to foster and enhance professional knowledge and understanding. Community educators, undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty are invited to present their research and/or professional projects.

This is an opportunity to learn from one another, gain new perspectives, and dialogue critically and thoughtfully with colleagues about important issues in the field. 

The Scholar-Practitioner Inquiry Conference is a teaching exercise. Everyone is invited to participate, whether as a listener or presenter. 

To apply to present, please fill out the Proposal Form. All presenters will receive a certificate of participation. 

Presentations should address a topic relevant to education. Presenters can share a formal research project or an inquiry into an educational issue, problem or perspective. Presenters can share completed projects or work in process. Presentations may have single authors or multiple authors. Different formats are welcome such as panel, poster, paper and arts-based presentations. 


Guidelines for Proposals

Proposal Narrative

Please attach an abstract, limit to 300 words, min 12- point font. All abstracts must address the following headings: 1) Description of Project/Research and 2) Contribution to the Field. Presenters are encouraged to share work in progress as well as completed work. 

Type of Presentations

Paper / Roundtable /  Panel

Provides each author with an opportunity to present an abbreviated version of his or her paper (approx. 10 - 15 mins each)


Combines graphic display of work with opportunities for individualized informal discussion. The poster will contain an overview of the research and/or project. Posters should look professional and be no larger than 3x4 and prepared to be displayed on bulletin boards. CanCADD is a willing supporter of many facets of UBC Okanagan operations and prints posters at a very affordable rate. 


Performance, art-based format, video, etc. (30 mins max).


Please note: LCD Projector/Screens will be available. Personal laptops and any other technology needs are the presenter's own responsbility. 

​Deadline for receipt of proposals

Proposals will be recieved and accepted on an ongoing basis starting March 7, 2016. The final deadline for receipt of proposals will be Wednesday, August 3, 2016. 




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