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GATEWAYS: Archives & Libraries Into the Next Millennium. Proceedings of the 18th Polar Libraries Colloquy held at The Fort Garry Hotel Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 12-17 June 2000Download
Papers presented at the 18th Polar Libraries Colloquy held at the Fort Gary Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada June 12 - 17, 2000.
Public access to government information forms the foundation of a healthy liberal democracy, but because this information can be precarious, it needs stewardship. Government Information in Canada provides analysis about the state of Canadian government information publishing. Practitioners from...
Guide to Program StimuLER: A community based program to support development of languages spoken by children who are refugees and immigrantsDownload
StimuLER is a program that aims to support children who are refugees in the acquisition of their first language and the learning of their second language, be it English or French (the name, StimuLER, reflects the French verb "to stimulate" and integrates a French acronym for the language of...
Feminist resistance to gender oppression, while surely a collective political project, has an important individual dimension. Individual resistance most often takes the shape of self-transformation where one works on the self to change desires, attitudes, and practices. I argue that paradigms of...
The book provides an introduction to Athabasca oil sands describing their reserves and bitumen recovery methods. A summary of interfacial science is provided with analysis of interfacial interactions relevant to the understanding of bitumen recovery in an aqueous environment. Physical and...
Ebun Akomolafe, Amy Bacon, Belle D., Rebecca Graff-McRae, Alexandra Horrigan, Madalina Ingram, Siri Iris, Jerry Iwanus, Lucinda Johnston, Nandini Karunamuni, Katherine Koller, Jon Lai, Iris Lau, LG, Zyesa Lo, Lorelei Loveridge, Julie Claire Ma, Rick Mast, Tom Merklinger, Holly Munn, Madeleine Nattrass, Natasha Nunn, Gavin Palmer, Simran Panesar, Carmen Person, Michael Przystupa, Heather Ritz, Devin Smith, Madeline Smith-Ackerl, David Sulz, Rebekah van Bruggen, Courtney Wagner, University of Alberta Days of Action Committee
Happiness Reflected: A Community Poetry Project is a chapbook collection of original poems that were submitted by University of Alberta community members as they explored perspectives and questions about their own happiness. Intentionally curated by Days of Action for International Day of...
History of the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology at the University of Alberta: The First Twenty YearsDownload
This publication was specially produced for the Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology's 50th Anniversary Celebration of Scholarship and Service, May 25-26, 2012. Using archival research, the early history of the Department is captured here, from its controversial beginnings...