Journal Articles (Equity Diversity Inclusion)
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- 20Campbell, Katherine
- 13Hokowhitu, Brendan
- 4Schwier, Richard A.
- 3Gotell, Lise
- 3Kenny, Richard F.
- 3Liu, Lili
Computer based models of teaching and learning are receiving renewed attention in the post-secondary sector. In the province of Alberta, Canada, over $40000000 (Canadian) has been made available to the adult learning system under the Learning Enhancement Envelope (LEE) funding initiative, for...
Dizzying Dialogue: Canadian Courts and the Continuing Justification of the Dispossession of Aboriginal PeoplesDownload
Since Aboriginal rights have found protection within Canada's Constitution, a new relationship has emerged between Canada's Aboriginal Peoples and the Crown. This relationship is characterized by the need for \"reconciliation. \" In its growing jurisprudence, the Supreme Court of Canada applies...
Shankar, Janki, Zulla, Rosslyn, Sears, Alexander, Lai, Daniel, Warren, Sharon, Tan, Shawn, Liu, Lili, Nicholas, David, Couture, Jennifer
Many individuals with mental illness want to return to work and stay in employment. Yet, there is little research that has examined the perspectives of employers on hiring and accommodating these workers and the kinds of supports employers need to facilitate their reintegration into the...
Faculty adoption of teaching and learning technologies: Contrasting earlier adopters and mainstream facultyDownload
Varnhagen, Stanley, Anderson, Terry, Campbell, Katherine
The adoption of teaching and learning technologies is an innovation that challenges the structure, culture and practice of modern research universities. This paper documents quantitatively and qualitatively the attitudes, skills and behavior of the faculty related to the use of instructional...
Through an autoethnographic account the authors explore the various entanglements, ambiguities, and conflicts inherent in the research relationships of institutionally marginalized communities. Agency and moral coherence are constructs with which personal, political, and sociocultural dimensions...
This article begins a discussion on indigenous existentialism. The theme developed as a result of engagement at the intersection between Indigenous Studies and Cultural Studies, and the realisation that cultural concepts often canonised within Indigenous Studies departments, such as tradition and...
Indigenous injury outcomes: Life satisfaction among injured Māori in New Zealand three months after injuryDownload
Samaranayaka, Ari, Derrett, Sarah, Hokowhitu, Brendan, Wyeth, Emma
Background: Māori, the indigenous population of New Zealand, experience numerous and consistent health disparities when compared to non-Māori. Injury is no exception, yet there is a paucity of published literature that examines outcomes following a wide variety of injury types and severities for...
Hopkins, Daniel, Beard, Laura J.
In this article, we use examples from contemporary Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore and the works of the Spiderwoman Theater Troupe to explore how contemporary Indigenous artists in the Americas negotiate the representation of Indigenous identities, identities which are always performed and...
Injury severity and 3-month outcomes among Māori: Results from a New Zealand prospective cohort studyDownload
Wilson, Suzanne, Maclennan, Brett, Hokowhitu, Brendan, Wyeth, Emma
Aims: To examine the prevalence of health and social outcomes pre- and 3 months post-injury, and the association between New Injury Severity Scores (NISS) and 3- month outcomes, for the Māori cohort of the Prospective Outcomes of Injury Study. Methods: New Zealand residents were recruited from...
Instructional designers’ observations about identity, communities of practice and change agencyDownload
Campbell, Katherine, Schwier, Richard A., Kenny, Richard
We presume that models and theory in instructional design inform professional practice, but theory has not been consistently built from the professional experiences of instructional designers. This study draws on the observations of five instructional designers who discuss their professional...