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If you would wish to forward your CV for future consideration, please send it to Anne Wade, Manager, CSLP.


Research Assistant

The research performed by the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) aims to develop strategies and tools to facilitate young students' acquisition of general competencies that foster communication, literacy, numeracy, and inquiry skills for creative use in educational settings. The goal of our research is the advancement of knowledge and its wide-scale application in order to have an immediate, direct, and sustained effect on how schools, post-secondary institutions and learning organizations operate. We are especially interested in learning how interactive web-based technology can be used in this regard.

The CSLP is currently looking for a part-time Research Assistant to work on our projects related to the Learning Toolkit (LTK+). The bilingual (English, French) LTK+ assists students in developing foundational skills for reading, writing, numeracy, information literacy and self-regulatory learning strategies.  For more information please visit www.concordia.ca/research/learning-performance/tools/learning-toolkit.html

RA Responsibilities include:

  • Data entry and cleanup
  • Basic statistical analysis
  • Coding and analyses of qualitative data such as interviews, portfolio artifacts
  • Help with report writing

 

Desired Qualifications:

  • Master's candidate
  • Completion of Research Methods course 
  • Proficency with Microsoft Office, especially MS Excel
  • Knowledge of analytical packages such as SPSS, HyperResearch would be an asset

 

Interested graduate students should forward a covering letter and their curriculum vitae to the LTK+ Research Coordinator,
Dr. Larysa Lysenko larysa.lysenko@concordia.ca

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