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Libraries and Broadband Policy: From Internet Providers to Policy Leaders
For two decades libraries served as critical community linkages by being not just providers, but leaders in enabling internet access. Early initiatives such as the Community Access Program (CAP) and Alberta Supernet made libraries key access points. However, recent broadband policy developments...
This paper describes a study that explores the relation between high-school students’ feedback choices, memory for these feedback choices, and task performance. Choices to seek confirmatory (positive) or critical (negative) feedback and to revise posters in a poster design task were collected...
This paper examines Industry Canada consultations on spectrum management from 2008-2012. Using post-revisionist regulatory theory, the paper aims to examine the degree of regulatory capture at Industry Canada. It provides a brief statistical analysis of the consultations and examines two case...
The use of computational analysis to visualize and aid in the interpretation of literature and book history is a way of supplementing traditional literary criticism. The application of statistical algorithms on a large scale allows a researcher to derive textual patterns and relationships that...
Tips and considerations for preparing a successful 2013-2014 CIHR Doctoral Research Award application were be discussed. The speaker, Dr. Fred Berry (Associate Professor, Department of Surgery), has sat on the CIHR Doctoral Research review panel for the last two competitions. He shared his...
Using the HTC Vive and various programs from Steam, Burman faculty from the Library, English, Art, and Education are conducting some small pilot projects to see how VR may be implemented on a small campus and how students might react to that implementation, especially within class. This...
Presentation given at the Making Meaning Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, February 2018.
Wing-dimorphism and population expansion of Pterostichus melanarius (Illiger, 1798) at small and large scales in central Alberta, Canada (Coleoptera, Carabidae, Pterostichini)Download
Abstract: A study spanning ten years revealed changes in wing-morph ratios corroborating the hypothesis that the wing-dimorphic introduced carabid, Pterostichus melanarius Ill., is spreading through flight, from the city of Edmonton, Canada and establishing populations in natural aspen forest of...
Finding Canadian polar Indigenous studies in Medline
The polar library community has made much progress over the past thirty years in the development of bibliographic search tools that allow fast and easy access to publications about the Arctic and Antarctic. Many of us rely heavily on tools such as Arctic and Antarctic Regions to satisfy our need...