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Bieber, Mark, Dobson, Teresa, Brown, Susan, Blandford, Ann, Rodriguez, Omar, Giacometti, Alejandro, Sondheim, Daniel, Ranaweera, Kamal, Fiorentino, Carlos, Rockwell, Geoffrey, Ilovan, Mihaela, Ruecker, Stan, Nelson, Brent, Sinclair, Stéfan, Windsor, Jennifer, Radzikowska, Milena, Faisal, Sarah, Frizzera, Luciano, Michura, Piotr
This article discusses a set of prototypes currently being designed and created by the Interface Design team of the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) project. These prototypes attempt to supplement the user experience in reading digital scholarly editions, by supporting a set of...
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...
Interprofessional collaboration is prevalent in the healthcare field. Both students and practitioners are expected to take part in interprofessional collaboration. Most research focuses on the positive aspects of interprofessional collaboration, which includes better patient care, lower...
Justifications and legal considerations for repatriation of First Nations material culture in CanadaDownload
Introduction: The topic of repatriation of cultural items creates some discomfort as it may generate polarized perspectives and bring into focus issues of intercultural understanding, ethics, law, politics, knowledge, power, values, and economics. Questions such as “Who owns culture? Whose...
Beyond Collaboration and Resistance: Accommodation at the Weihsien Internment Camp, China, 1943-1945Download
In this thesis, I explore the experiences of some 2,000 allied civilians in the Japanese-run Weihsien Internment Camp (濰縣集中營) in Shandong, China from 1943 to 1945. Beyond serving as a counterpoint to the Japanese internment in North America during the Second World War, the Weihsien Camp also...
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...
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 &...
The application of agency theory to managing collaborative relationships between sport organizations: The case of Sport Canada and Canadian Interuniversity SportDownload
The purpose of this study was to advance the discussion of collaboration between Canadian sport organizations beyond current levels of critical rhetoric and to (a) recommend improvements to the collaborative sport management processes specifically related to this particular case and (b) provide...