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Presentation by Scott Tomlinson (Environmental Scientist, Northern Contaminants Program, Gov. of Canada) with panel responses by Susan Babcock (Research Ethics Office, University of Alberta), John Broome (Chair, CDN National Committee - CODATA International) and Scot Nickels (Director, Inuit...
The Airspace Flow Program (AFP) ground delays flights in order to control their flow through capacity constrained airspace regions. It has been successful in controlling traffic with reasonable delays, but the procedures must be improved upon to handle future projected demands. This paper...
Drs. Sandra Davidge (Scientific Office), Michelle Graham (Scientific Officer), and Hanne Ostergaard (Reviewer), shared their insights into preparing a project application based on their participation in the Fall 2016 Project Competition CIHR review process.
AHS’s Knowledge Resource Service sought to understand the use and value of its 6 geographically dispersed libraries, to inform future strategic planning. Under normal circumstances, gate counts and exit interviews would be used to gather information from library users regarding their satisfaction...
Although religious groups make up a significant percentage of the Canadian population, there is a gap in research about whether or not Canadian libraries carry sufficient materials to meet the needs of their religious users. To address this gap, this study examined the number of Christian,...
Chatham Kent Health Alliance Presentation
This paper introduces an empirically driven, nonparametric method to isolate and estimate the effects of demand and throughput changes to observed changes in flight delay. Classical queuing model concepts were used to develop a method by which an intermediate queuing scenario could be...
Know Thyself as a Virtual Reality (KTVR) is an interdisciplinary project that focuses on the ethics and aesthetics of the use of medical scan data and virtual reality. This is an exciting, emerging field which holds huge creative potential and striking opportunities for producing new medical...
Tracking Change: Stories of Change: A Side Event of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues May 2, 2019 - Public Presentation and DiscussionDownload
Discussion Summary: "Stories of Change". Tracking Change is a six year resarch program funded through the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (2016-2021) and other partners. Guided by a Traditional Knowledge Steering Committee (of elders, Chiefs and other leaders), it...