Concordia University, Montreal, QC
Saul Carliner is a generalist in workplace learning and communication, with substantial tenures in both academia and industry in both fields. His teaching and research focus on the design of learning and communication materials for the workplace (especially in emerging genres and media), the management of groups that produce these materials, and related public policy choices. He also conducts research on teaching and learning in higher education.
He currently serves as Graduate ProgramDirector of the Educational Technology program in the Department of Educationand the Certificate in University Teaching through the School of GraduateStudies. He has previously served as Interim Chair of the Department ofEducation, Provost Fellow for e-Learning and Director of the Education DoctoralProgram.
Education and certification:
PhD Instructional Technology. Georgia State University. Dissertation: “Every Object Tells a Story: A Grounded Model of Design for Object-Based Learning in Museums.
MAg Technical Communication. University of Minnesota.
BA Economics, Professional Writing, and Public Policy and Management, minor in Administration and Management Science. Carnegie Mellon University.
Certified Training and Development Professional, awarded by the Canadian Society for Training and Development.
Research interests and current projects:
SALTISE Innovator 2021 SALTISE Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators AwardSALTISE Conference 2021