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- 98University of Alberta Libraries
- 89Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
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A primer on basic statistics that health librarians can apply or consider when doing survey research and instructing students. Presentation covers variables, levels of measurement, descriptive statistics, introduces the concept of inferential statistics, and includes hands-on activities to help...
Analysis of Canadian Wireless Spectrum Auctions: Licence Ownership and Deployment in the 700 MHz, 2500 MHz and 3500 MHz Frequency RangesDownload
Despite the Canadian government’s assertion that high-speed broadband access is crucial for economic and social benefit, there is minimal competition or availability of these services in rural or remote areas. Economic factors suggest that wireless technologies are best-suited to help rural...
The present paper investigates the effect of different inputs on the accuracy of a forced alignment tool built using deep neural networks. Both raw audio samples and Mel-frequency cepstral coefficients were compared as network inputs. A set of experiments were performed using the TIMIT speech...
How Project Management Theory Improves Program and Event Planning in the Library: Science Literacy Week as a Case StudyDownload
To expand on the successful 2016 pilot, the University of Alberta Libraries combined giveaways with live demonstrations, experiments and tutorials to deliver over 50 events for Science Literacy Week 2017. Many of these presentations incorporated a non-traditional outreach and partnership plan...
E-Serial Management at the University of Alberta
Presented on June 8, 2018 at the NEOS 2018 Miniconference. This presentation provides an overview of the tools and processes involved in cataloguing and managing electronic serials at the University of Alberta, with a focus on the SFX Knowledge Base and link resolver.
Presentation delivered as a part of the Fair Dealing Week 2018 event hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Recent research and the conferences of the Dio-network have demonstrated that Dio was a sophisticated and often consistent historian with independent interpretations. I will use this insight to analyse the language Dio used to describe the salutatio and through this further support the argument...
Wearable technology has been a news-friendly trend in the past decade, particularly given the popularity of, and attendant concerns with, digital fitness trackers. One type of wearable technology, the GoPro camera, has become widely known for enabling first-person views of athletic feats such as...