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“Nowhere to Turn, Nowhere to Go”: Library & Information Services for Sexual & Gender (LGBTQ) Minorities
“Nowhere to Turn, Nowhere to Go”: Library & Information Services for Sexual & Gender (LGBTQ) MinoritiesDownload
Presentation to LIS 541. LIS SERVICES IN CULTURALLY DIVERSE SOCIETY in the MLIS program, University of Alberta, on key themes of: - Situating LGBTQ (sexual & gender variant) communities internationally; in the Canadian mosaic; in Canadian library & information services -Key resources for...
Workplace Transitioning Experiences of IENs who Attended Academic Bridging Programs in Canada: A Thesis ProposalDownload
The proposed study will explore how academic bridging programs facilitated the internationally-educated nurses’ (IENs) ability to transition to Canada’s health care system. The proposed study will use a focused ethnographic methodology. Twenty five participants will be invited to participate...
What's in a Story?: Relations Between Features of Narratives and the Role of Memory to Differentiate Children with Typical and Atypical Language DevelopmentDownload
Research shows associations between memory and narrative tasks (e.g, story generation), but is unclear how memory relates to specific aspects of narratives such as macrostructure, microstructue and levels of abstraction. We looked at two questions: what elements of narrative production...