Communities and Collections

  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Division of

    The Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is a division within the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta. The academic staff consists of seven full time professors and approximately 15 clinical professors.

    • Physics, Department of

      The Department of Physics at the University of Alberta has developed a strong, positive teaching and research environment and a tradition of accolades. We offer courses and research opportunities in several disciplines, including Astronomy and Astrophysics, Biophysics, Computational Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Cosmology and Gravity Physics, Geophysical Sciences, Global Geodynamics and Seismology, Particle Physics (Experimental and Theoretical branches), Plasma Physics and Space Physics.

      • PigGen Canada

        PigGen Canada is a not-for-profit organization whose members include pig breeding companies that have active nucleus programs in Canada and who represent over 90% of the pig breeding genetics sold in Canada.

        • PLACES Platform on Cities Engagement and Space

          PLACES: Platform on Cities Engagement and Space

          • Polar Libraries Colloquy

            The Polar Libraries Colloquy is an international forum through which librarians and others concerned with the collection, preservation, and dissemination of information dealing with the Arctic and Antarctic regions, discuss issues of mutual interest and promote initiatives leading to improved collections and services. The Colloquy meets biennially, traditionally alternating between Europe and North America. The first meeting of this organization, then called The Colloquy on Northern Library Resources was held in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, June 16-17, 1971.

            • Political Science, Department of

              The Department of Political Science prides itself for seeking balance between tradition and innovation in both teaching and research. We focus both on appreciating the rich traditional core of our discipline — the fields of Canadian politics, political theory, international relations and comparative politics remain central to our work — but are also actively concerned with new multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary questions, insights and approaches.

              • Politics of Libraries Conference

                Politics of Libraries is an ongoing conference series organized by an interested group of librarians, information professionals, students, and academics. The first conference was held in 2018 in Edmonton, Alberta, to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the global 1968 social protests, with the goal of providing a place for critical discussions on the politics of libraries that are too often excluded from workplaces and classrooms. This community includes materials from various Politics of Libraries conferences, each of which have their own collection

                • Presentations and Resources about OER

                  To support the work of the community working with open education and open educational resources, this collections includes presentations and other materials that may be used to educate on the topic of OER.

                  • Psychiatry, Department of

                    Psychiatry is a department in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta. We have an active training program for psychiatry residents, with input from psychiatrists and other mental-health professionals from the University of Alberta Hospital, Grey Nuns Community Hospital, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Misericordia Hospital and Alberta Hospital Edmonton. Our department couples basic science with clinical research to promote world-class investigations on issues relevant to mental health.

                    • Psychology, Department of

                      Psychology is the scientific study of mind and behaviour. The Department of Psychology has a long and distinguished history and a lively, productive presence with a vibrant, active research culture including 34 academic staff members, 5 postdoctoral fellows, and 60 graduate students. Our faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students are active in researching human behaviour using many approaches and at many levels.

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