Brad Neufeldt : Curriculum Vitae



Additional Certifications



  • Sep/2002 - Dec/2002 – Office Manager (contract), Greenpeace Vancouver, Vancouver, BC.


Committee & Service Work

Contract Work

  • Nov/2004 - Oct/2005 – Database / Web Designer, Raoul Wallenberg Centre, Research & Education Project / London, ON.

  • 2000 - 2001 – Writer & Content Developer,, Vancouver, BC.

  • 1999 - 2000 – English Tutor Pacific Education Group, Vancouver, BC.

  • May/1997 - Oct/1997 – Field Researcher, Cultural Resource Inventory, Little Red River Cree Nation, John D’or Prairie, AB.  

  • 1996 - 1997 – Copy Editor Academic Technologies for Learning, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

  • Jan/1996 - Apr/1996 – Research Assistant, Department of Modern Languages & Comparative Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

  • 1992 - 1993 – Tutor & Exam Invigilator Nathan Macay Centre for Learning Disabled (now Disability Resource Centre), University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, MB.



Refereed Publications

Academic Presentations

  • 1999 (October 18-20) – “Who’s Eating Whom: Textual Cannibalism, or the Literary Subversion of Algonquian Windigo Lore.” Gathering Wisdom: Second Biennial Aboriginal Peoples Conference (Refereed). D.A. West, Ed. Thunder Bay: Aboriginal Resource & Research Centre; Lakehead University.

Unpublished Work

Non-Refereed Publications

  • 2014 - [ongoing] –bibOER is a bibliography of Open Education Resources (OER): MOOCs, curricula and textbook repositories. Most of the materials listed in this collection have been published under Open Access, Creative Commons, Public Domain principles, or a combination of the these three. This is intended to be a clearinghouse, of sorts, of copyright permissive & alternative resources for teaching. Materials in this collection are grouped in the following categories: Analysis, Commentary & News, Associations, Consortia & Agencies, Blogs & News sites, Guides & Directories, and Repositories. <>

  • 2013 - [ongoing] – CYCLEPALOOZA | Sculpture Inventory. This project applies indexing techniques using online geographic GIS services (Google Maps) and image hosting and video hosting services (flickr) to catalogue outdoor & publically accessible art. This map inventory marks locations of various outdoor sculptures throughout Calgary, AB. Some of these were featured on an annual cycling sculpture tour held during the Calgary Cyclepalooza festival (see This tour was led by Brad Neufeldt & Farnaz Sadeghpour (Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University Of Calgary).