Getting Online: The GO Project

 

All About GO

Acknowledgements

Getting Online Research Team

Members of the pan-Canadian Getting Online project team were:

  • Lynn Best, GO Project Researcher/Writer (Newfoundland and Labrador)
    • Lynn's roles: literature review; internal research; writing the research methodology section of the external research report, co-researching and writing the Promising Practices Manual; development of the GO “Online Learning” course and delivery of the pilot course and courses 1 and 2.
  • Joanne Kaattari, GO Project Researcher/Writer (Ontario)
    • Joanne's roles: external research, analysing the data and writing the external research report, co-researching and writing the Promising Practices Manual; researching and writing the GO website content and self-directed training modules; writing the GO newsletters.
  • Deborah Morgan, GO Project Researcher/Writer (Alberta)
    • Deborah's roles: internal research; co-researching, writing and content editing the Promising Practices Manual; writing an article for the “Literacies” Journal; development of the GO “Online Learning” course and delivery of pilot course.
  • Vicki Trottier, GO Project Researcher/Writer (Ontario)
    • Vicki's roles: external research, analysing the data and writing the external research report, co-researching and writing the Promising Practices Manual; researching and writing the GO website content and self-directed training modules; writing the GO newsletters.
  • Diana Twiss, GO Project Manager and Researcher/Writer (British Columbia)
    • Diana's roles: project management; internal research; analysing the data and writing the internal research report; co-researching and writing the Promising Practices Manual; development of the GO “Online Learning” course and delivery of courses 1, 2 and 3.

In addition, all team members made formal presentations about the GO project at several provincial or national conferences and events. As well, we shared information about Getting Online within our province or region.

The Getting Online project team is also grateful to Dr. Patrick Fahy from Athabasca University (Alberta) for his enthusiastic and helpful support. Dr. Fahy served as the Lead Evaluator, Principal Investigator and University Liaison to the GO Project.

We also want to acknowledge Toni Stewart from Capilano University who provided clerical and budget support in addition to proofreading.

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