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This study examined the safety effects of the City of Edmonton’s mobile enforcement program. Four years of city-wide monthly collision data, enforcement statistics, and employment rate data was incorporated in a generalized linear Poisson model. It was found that the estimations of the...
Presentation given by David Carlson (former Director, International Polar Year Program Office) at the 2012 University of Alberta Campus Data Summit, March 22-23, 2012. (Please note: the presentation, questions and discussion are in separate files).
What is active learning? Why should I build active learning strategies into my teaching? Using technology to promote active learning (J.R. Dingwall). Looking closely at some active learning strategies. Selecting and personalizing active learning strategies.
The pedagogical benefits of using lesson "hooks" or "anticipatory sets." Examples and characteristics of effective hooks.
Guest lecture to first-year nursing students.
Presentation made during closing panel of Fair Dealing Week 2017 events hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.