Flaherty, J. (2019, September 30). Learning outcomes for instructors. The Teaching Professor.
Flaherty, J., Day, J., & Crerar, A. (2019). Uncertainty, story-telling and transformative learning: An instructor's experience of TEFI's walking workshop in Nepal. Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism. DOI: 10.1080/15313220.2018.1561638
Flaherty, J. (2018). The Counterintuitive Writer: A writing guide for students ... and for others. Rock's Mills Press. https://www.rocksmillspress.com/counterintuitive.html
Rastegar, N., Liang, L. J., Flaherty, J., & Choi, H. (2018). Why do quick service restaurant customers use self-service kiosks? 23rd Graduate Education & Graduate Research Conference in Hospitality & Tourism, Fort Worth, Texas, Jan 3-6.
Flaherty, J., McAdams, B., & LeBlanc, J. (2017).Words Matter: The impact of catchy vs conventional course titles on student interest. Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (CJSoTL), 8 (1).
Choi, H. S., Huang, S., Flaherty, J., & Khazaei, A. (2017). Segmenting wine tourists in Niagara, Ontario using motivation and involvement. International Journal of Tourism Sciences, 17 (3), 198-212.
Flaherty, J. (2017).Lessons on teaching and learning from a walking workshop in Nepal. Transformative Dialogues: A teaching and learning journal, 10 (1).
Choi, H.S. & Flaherty, J. (2014). Communication competencies required by hospitality and tourism graduates for career success. 20th Asia Pacific Tourism Association Annual Conference Proceedings, pp. 481-485.
Smith, R. & Flaherty, J. (2014). The importance of social presence in an online MBA program: A preliminary investigation. Teaching and Learning Innovations Journal. Vol. 16.
Flaherty, J. & Choi, H.S. (2014). Is writing important for graduate success? A preliminary investigation into the communication skills required of hospitality and tourism undergraduates. Teaching and Learning Innovations Journal. Vol. 16.
Flaherty, J. (2014). An approach to rejuvenating our teaching -- and ourselves. Transformative Dialogues: A Teaching and Learning Journal. Vol 7, Issue 1.
Choi, C. & Flaherty, J. (2013). A Portrait of Stephen L.J. Smith. Anatolia: An international journal of tourism and hospitality research.DOI: 10.1080/13032917.2013.855974
Flaherty, J. & von Massow, M. (2013). Mixing business with science: Graduate student perceptions of a pilot interdisciplinary course. Transformative Dialogues: A Teaching and Learning Journal. Vol 6, Issue 3).
Flaherty, J. (2013; Feb 2012). Millennial students and middle-aged faculty: A learner-centred approach toward bridging the gap. The Teaching Professor, p.1. (Reprinted March 2013 in Faculty Focus: Higher Ed Teaching Strategies.
Flaherty, J. (2011, October). Ill-mannered students can wreck more than your lecture. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. A3
Guiyang Tourism Development Committee (2011). Guiyang. J. Flaherty (Ed). China Travel and Tourism Press.
Flaherty, J. (2010). Bridging the digital divide: A non-technical approach to the use of technology in the classroom. Academic matters: The Journal of Higher Education, pp. 21-26.
Flaherty, J. (2010). Oral Presentations: The counterintuitive speaker. In L. Hanson & D. Hammond, Business communications: Contexts and controversies (pp. 137-169). Toronto: Pearson Canada
Thompson, R., & Flaherty, J. (2009). Confronting apathy to forge motivation within the hospitality workforce: A preliminary investigation. 5th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium, Travel and Tourism Research Association (Canada Chapter), Guelph, ON, October 14, 2009.
Flaherty, J., Choi, H.S., & Johan, N. (2008). A research-based approach to participation assessment: Evolving beyond problems to possibilities". CELT (Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching), Vol. 1. pp. 110-114.
Johan, N., Flaherty, J., & Choi, H.S. (2006). An approach to participation assessment in hospitality and tourism management courses: The students' perspective. The Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium, TTRA Canada, October 14 - 17, Montebello, QC.
Flaherty, J. (2006). An ego-free approach to improving our students' writing. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Newsletter, No. 42, Winter 2006, 5.
Flaherty, J. (2002, June 18). My mother’s secret garden of being. Globe and Mail. p. A18.
Flaherty, J. (2002). Why the classroom matters more than ever. The Teaching Professor, 16 (1), 5-6.
Flaherty, J. (2001, September 19). Time to put this behind us. Globe and Mail. p. A18. (Reprinted in University of Guelph publication @guelph, October 19, 2001).
Flaherty, J. (2000). Teachers get bored, too. The Teaching Professor, 14 (10), 1-2.
Flaherty, J. (1999). Talk to me now: Communication in the classroom. The Teaching Professor, 14 (1), 4-5.
Flaherty, J. (1999). Computers in the classroom (?). The Teaching Professor, 13 (1), 3.
Flaherty, J. (1998). Hate writing. Love having written. The Teaching Professor, 12 (5) 4. (Reprinted in The Best of the Teaching Professor, Ike Shibely (Ed.) Magna Publications 2005 and in Inside the School, D. Trim (Ed)., Magna Publications 2009.
Blackburn D.J. & Flaherty, J. (1994). Historical roots of extension. In D.J. Blackburn (Ed.), Extension Handbook: Processes & Practices (pp. 8-17). Toronto : Thompson Educational Publishing.
Blackburn , D.J. & Flaherty, J. (1994). Transitions & directions in extension. In D.J. Blackburn (Ed.), Extension Handbook: Processes & Practices (pp. 8-17). Toronto : Thompson Educational Publishing.