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For the past 400 years Indigenous peoples in Canada have actively resisted colonial impositions on their way of life (Simpson, 2011). The impact of the relationship that non-Indigenous people have had with Indigenous people during these times of resistance has been both positive and negative. The...
March 11, 2011, 14:46 Japan Standard Time. This was the moment that marked the beginning of what is now known as the “2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami,” a catastrophe that brought about devastation throughout many regions in Japan, most notably in the north eastern region of the main island of...
Vehicles for Change: Conversation and Collaboration in Support of Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersDownload
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) constitutes a highly complex and controversial public health concern among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and public citizens and can lead to devastating cognitive, physical, and functional impairments (Chudley et al., 2005; Streissguth &...
"Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!" The Portrayal of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in the Museums of LvivDownload
This thesis examines the portrayal of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in the museums of Lviv, Ukraine. Founded in 1929 by veterans of the Polish-West Ukrainian War and nationalistic student associations, the primary objective of the OUN was to attain a sovereign and united...
Qualitative analysis was conducted on 30 written reflections completed by pre-service health science students enrolled in Interdisciplinary Team Development 410 at the University of Alberta. Five themes emerged from the analysis: (1) experience of cohesiveness, collaboration and communication of...
Since 2013, staff in the University of Alberta Libraries have involved students in the University’s Department of Art & Design in our Open Access (OA) Week efforts. Students have created two important parts of OA Week: a visual identity for our campaign and an exhibition of design installations...
This thesis is a multi-modal exploration of the photographer-researcher as a methodological opportunity to gain multiple, collaborative and collective perspectives on living in relation to the Alberta oil sands zone of North America. Using participatory-photography with youth, this thesis is one...
A very common form of collaborative work involves people working on shared resources, such as, for example, co-producing a project report, including editing text, cross-referencing citations and validating the budget or reviewing and authorizing different aspects of a loan application. All these...
Constructing Collaboration Across Campus: Pre-professional speech-language pathologists and teachers working togetherDownload
This thesis project analyzed the efficacy of a single exposure to interprofessional education (IPE) for education and speech-language pathology (SLP) pre-professionals. The effects of IPE were shown through analysis of participant responses related to personal reflections, professional roles,...