LSAC 2015 National Conference Committee is excited to announce its Keynote Speaker Line-up for the May 11-13 conference in Guelph, Ontario.
Tim Pychyl, Director of the Centre for Initiatives in Education and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University will be speaking on May 11th. Tim has earned an international reputation for his research on procrastination.
Leonard Geddes will join us on May 12th. Leonard is the Associate Dean of Co-Curricular Programs and Director of the Learning Commons at Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina. We look forward to hearing about his current research that connects habit formation with student learning and performance.
John Hilsdon is based in the UK and manages the Learning Support and Wellbeing services at Plymouth University. John’s most recent work focuses on peer learning. Among many achievements, John was the first Chair of the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE), which is a founding organization of the newly formed International Consortium of Academic Language and Learning Developers that LSAC is also part of. John will be speaking on May 13th.