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It is unclear what are the most successful library teaching strategies for post-secondary business programs. By conducting a systematic review, this study investigates the effectiveness of library instruction (with a focus on pedagogy) in business undergraduate and graduate programs. Over the...
A 2-hour workshop that provides an overview of the CIHR Project Grant review process with participation from Peer Review Committee Chairs, Scientific Officers, and Reviewers.
Presented at the CHLA/ABSC 2021 Virtual Conference. Introduction: Systematic reviews (SRs) rely on well-designed searches to locate all relevant studies in order to avoid bias in their conclusions. Clear, accurate and detailed reporting of SR searches ensures transparency and replicability. This...
OLITA 2021 Tech Talk: Increased Demand for Open and Accessible Copyright Education caused by COVID-19
OLITA 2021 Tech Talk: Increased Demand for Open and Accessible Copyright Education caused by COVID-19Download
This OLA Super Conference 2021 Tech Talk comparatively analyzed the viewing data for the Opening Up Copyright instructional module videos before and during the COVID-19 pandemic to see if the pandemic caused a spike in interest in copyright education.
Abed Soleymani, Xingyu Li, and Mahdi Tavakoli
Abed Soleymani, Ali Torabi, Mahdi Tavakoli
Notes from a presentation delivered as a part of 2021 Fair Dealing Week hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office and the Lower Mainland Consortium (SFU, UBC, Langara, KPU, VCC, and BCIT).
Quality and safety are critical elements in the performance of surgeries. Therefore, surgical trainees need to obtain the required degrees of expertise before operating on patients. Conventionally, a trainee’s performance is evaluated by qualitative methods that are time-consuming and prone...
Library work is emotional. As the increasingly social role of the library redefines expectations of service, the challenges of working in libraries become greater than ever. The American Library Association emphasizes the social, economic, and educational role of the 21st century library to help...
Single-statement bugs (SStuBs) can have a severe impact on developer productivity. Despite usually being simple and not offering much of a challenge to fix, these bugs may still disturb a developer’s workflow and waste precious development time. However, few studies have paid attention to these...