Saul Carliner is an associate professor and Provost Fellow for eLearning, and program director of the PhD in Education at Concordia. He also serves as editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication and as director of Research for Lakewood Media.
Saul’s research and teaching focus is on the design of materials for learning and communication in the workplace, especially online materials, the management of groups that produce these materials and the transfer of research to practice.
His teaching has already been recognized with multiple awards, research grants and fellowships, and he is a member of the Provost’s Circle of Distinction at Concordia. Saul has published eight books, including the recent Informal Learning Basics and classic Techniques for Technical Communicators (with Carol Barnum), and more than 50 peer-reviewed articles.
Among his other volunteer work, Saul is vice-president of Agence Ometz, a social, employment and immigration agency in Montreal. He is a Certified Training and Development Professional and a Fellow of the STC and holds degrees from Carnegie Mellon University, University of Minnesota and Georgia State University.