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Themes & Trends in Community Based Monitoring Projects in the Mackenzie River Basin - Undergraduate Student PresentationDownload
Powerpoint Presentation on Themes and trends in Community-based monitoring projects in the Mackenzie River Basin; results of the Tracking Change project.
The three presenters (from engineering, education, and the humanities) have conducted SoTL work together for many years. Yet, in our current writing about SoTL methodologies, we found ourselves talking past each other around key concepts, like theory. As Huber and Morreale (2002) noted, SoTL...
These are the places in your neighbourhood: Bicycling and attachment to place
Since a bicycle is one of the few things from childhood that is still potentially used in much the same way in adulthood, the experiential aspect of the user's attachment to their bicycle over time is a powerful generator of memory, emotion and also of place. This amalgam of memory, emotion,...
Curated list of resources and exercises to learn academic thesis statements. Handout designed for a workshop attended by new, incoming students at the University of Alberta.
Abstract The adoption of quality OERs is reshaping HiEd classrooms, lowering the cost and furthering the democratization of learning. However, there is also a movement of disengagement with text-based learning that threatens to undermine the impact of open textbooks. Most learners are no longer...
It is well-known that in his History Cassius Dio gave considerable space to divine portents. These would often disclose the destiny of future emperors, but, in some cases, it was the emperors who made use of predictions to legitimate their actions. As regards this latter group, two prophecies of...
Davidge, Krissy - Senior Advisor, Knowledge Translation, CIHR, Elliott, Janet - Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering; Canada Research Chair in Thermodynamics; Adjunct Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
At this workshop, Dr. Janet Elliott gave a brief overview of the CHRP program and her own personal advice about writing for an interdisciplinary review process. Dr. Elliott served on the CHRP Selection Committee (including LOIs and full proposals) from 2007 until 2010. Since then she has served...
Grant applications require review and approval by the Department, Faculty, and Institution. Jane De Pauw (Research Facilitator, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry) presented suggestions as to what actions will ensure quick review and approval and what issues stall approval.
Presentation delivered as a part of the Fair Dealing Week 2018 event hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.