Professor, Concordia University, Canada
Saul Carliner is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Education at Concordia University in Montreal, where his research focuses on the design of instructional and informational materials for the workplace, the management of groups that produce them, and related issues of policy.
Also an industry consultant, Carliner has provided strategic advice, and conducted workshops and evaluations for organizations like Alltel Wireless, Boston Scientific, PwC, ST Microelectronics, and several government agencies.
He is the author of the best-selling "Training Design Basics", award-winning "Informal Learning Basics", and co-author of "Career Anxiety: Guidance Through Tough Times", "The e-Learning Handbook", and "An Overview of Training and Development".
He is President of the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education, a Fellow of the Institute for Performance and Learning, past editor of the IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, and a Fellow and past international president of the Society for Technical Communication.