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This presentation was created for Humanities Computing 500. It served to introduce the students to the Creative Commons organization, and covered the organization itself, and a brief, relevant history of copyright and the open access movement. The presentation aims to introduce students to...
家庭法之認識法律制度 Jia ting fa zhi ren shi fa lü zhi du (Family Law: Know the Legal System and Procedures)Download
This is the slide show for a public seminar organized by and held at Calgary Chinese Community Service Association on February 3, 2014, about the basic legal procedures of divorce application in Alberta. This is the full (traditional) Chinese version of the presentation.
This fourth-year elective course for student teachers applied current writing and genre studies research specific to the students' major area of study. Students developed a rationale for writing instruction, created writing assignments, identified criteria or scoring guides, and considered how...
LIS 598 Information Policy - Winter 2017 - Lecture 11
This is the elevnth lecture from the Winter 2017 offering of LIS 598 Information Policy. This lecture covers Internet Policy. The lecture is available as a PowerPoint with audio or video (.wmv) file. All of the underlying files including the audio is available in the .zip file. Note that there is...
These three items were submitted to fulfill the requirements for an open assignment in the course HuCo 617: Digital Feminisms. They represent my learning in response to three challenges I set for myself: Challenge 1: To expand and use digital technology skills, particularly as this is not my...
LIS 598 Information Policy - Winter 2017 - Lecture 6 (video)
This is the sixth lecture from the Winter 2017 offering of LIS 598 Information Policy. This lecture covers Surveillance. The lecture is available as a PowerPoint with audio or video (.wmv) file. All of the underlying files including the audio is available in the .zip file. Note that there is no...
Glickman and Staalman, Manual for Printing of Literary Texts and Concordances by Computer, Manual, 1966Download
A manual for using the computer programs PRORA in literature and linguistics research, Developed at the University of Toronto; <?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?> <!-- This XML metadata document supplements the metadata that we can enter into ERA archive records. This provides more...
An Introduction to Technology Stewardship for ICT Adoption and Use in Agricultural Communities of Practice: Course WorkbookDownload
This course workbook provides a series of activities and exercises to introduce student practitioners to technology stewardship. It is organized into four sections: Principles and Practices of Technology Stewardship; Engaging your Community and Creating a Campaign; Choosing an ICT platform and...
Everything is Shareable: Why Open Educational Resources are Critical to Lifelong Learning and the Sharing EconomyDownload
This presentation is from a workshop on open educational resources (OER). This workshop was part of the Code4Lib Alberta Conference, on November 24, 2016. It provides an overview of OER in the context of the open education movement while emphasizing practical considerations when using/creating...