Outreach Articles

  1. Walji, K. 2019. A problem-based, multimedia approach to student learning in South Africa. Branchlines 30(3):18-19.
  2. Puri, A., Pada, K.P., and Krzic, M. 2018. Crash-course on soil science. Branchlines 28 (4):5.
  3. Pada, K.P., Puri, A., and Krzic, M. 2018. Team teaching introduction to soil science course. CSSS Newsletter Dec 2018:5.
  4. Krzic, M., J. Wilson, and D. Hoffman. 2018. Scaffolding student learning: a forest floor example. CSA News Magazine 63(7):17.
  5. Hoffman, D., M. Krzic, and J. Wilson. 2017. Teaching forest floor classification with blended learning. CSA News Magazine 63(3):14
  6. Krzic, M. 2017. Using an Online Mobile Gaming App for Soil Identification in Undergraduate Courses at the University of British Columbia, British Columbia. TechnoOnline, Contact North. https://teachonline.ca/pockets-innovation/using-online-mobile-gaming-app-soil-identification-undergraduate-courses-university-british-columbia
  7. Connor, C., M. Doyle, M. Kam, A. Liem, M. Pilon, J. Rhajiak, A. Viziru, M. Warburton, A. Van Tol, D. Leidl. 2016. No ordinary quest: students game for deeper learning. https://www.ubc.ca/stories/2016-fall/soil.html
  8. Honeybourn, J., Krzic, M., and S. Smukler. 2016. Researchers team up to help local farmers solve soil management issues. ReachOut 25 (spring): 4-5.
  9. Sasagawa, E. 2016. Open Dialogues: How to engage the general public. Dialogues 4: issue 2 http://ctlt.ubc.ca/2016/04/15/open-dialogues-how-to-engage-the-general-public/
  10. Allen, C. and M. Krzic. 2015. Students dig deep into soil science with mobile game. UBC News http://news.ubc.ca/2015/08/11/students-dig-deep-into-soil-science-with-mobile-game/
  11. Bushnell, C., Hoffman, D., and Krzic, M. 2015. UBC grad student brings an innovative approach to soil science education. ReachOut vol. 23 (spring). http://reachout.landfood.ubc.ca/2014/ubc-grad-student-brings-an-innovative-approach-to-soil-science-education/
  12. Krzic, M., D. Hoffman, and J. Wilson. 2015. Using web-based learning and mobile gaming to learn about forest floor. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. Branchlines 26 (1):8-9.
  13. King, C., J. Dordel, M. Krzic, and S. Simard. 2014. Mobile gaming application to enhance a forest ecology course. CSA News Magazine 59:38.
  14. UBC Information Technology Newsletter. 2014. UBC Studios wins award for work with tool for soil science. http://it.ubc.ca/news/ubc-studios-wins-award-work-tool-soil-science
  15. UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology. Distance Learning News. 2014. http://ctlt.ubc.ca/2014/06/26/essential-soils/
  16. Dordel, J., M. Krzic, and S. Simard. 2011. Innovative communication of science for graduate students. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. Branchlines 22 (4):20-21.
  17. Honeybourn, J. and Krzic, M. 2011. UBC’s soil monolith collection goes virtual. ReachOut vol.15 (spring). http://reachout.landfood.ubc.ca/2011/ubcs-soil-monolith-collection-goes-virtual/
  18. Holmes, E., R. Strivelli, and M. Krzic. 2011. Online profiles. Faculty of Forestry, University of British Columbia. Branchlines 22 (1):12-13.
  19. Tam, V., and M.Krzic. Let’s Celebrate “Soil”: the Canadian Soil Web Collaborative. CTLT Newsletter. http://ctlt.ubc.ca/2010/12/03/lets-celebrate-soil-the-canadian-soil-web-collaborative/