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SSHRC IG awarded 2013: My primary objective is to use a grounded theory approach to understand the causal dynamics underlying IT-mediated collaboration, as evidenced in wikis and using system logs (which capture every single online activity) as data. Inspired by the Human Genome Project, that...
Wicked Issues for Canada at the Intersection of Intellectual Property and Public Health: Mechanisms for Policy CoherenceDownload
This article focuses on the intersection of health and one of the main drivers of the global economy, intellectual property (―IP‖). It is widely recognized that IP is an inter-sectoral issue with linkages to many other important public policy areas, such as health, agriculture, the environment,...
“The purpose of education is to help students recognize who they are, to see their gifts, talents, and strengths and recognize the responsibility that accompanies these gifts, so they can survive, thrive, and contribute as they navigate through both the broader world and Indigenous...
Who Posts, Who Shares, Who Tells Your Story: A content analysis on how the public interacts with sharentingDownload
In today’s digitised society, people actively share their lives on social media networks, including popular platforms like Instagram. For parents this can include sharing, and sometimes oversharing, about their children. This is called sharenting, and previous research has shown that it can...
SSHRC IG awarded 2022: "Who owns the prairies?" will uncover and analyze who has owned the farmlands of the prairies of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta from the 1870s treaties to today. It will dissect the objectives, attitudes, politics, and logics of the laws and policies that shaped land...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2022: This research will identify (1) how white identity activation affects people’s political attitudes and behaviours; (2) which actors activate white identity, and how this can be mitigated; and (3) the mechanisms through which white identity activation takes place. We will...
Where The Flame Took You is a narrative stealth horror game about exploring memories and confronting trauma. As the player character Jamie, you enter a surreal dreamlike forest where objects of Jamie’s childhood home are scattered around. As you explore the space, some objects trigger flashbacks....
Stranded on a strange island frozen in time, a fisherman tries to return home. Guided by another castaway, fight through monsters and avoid traps to reach the guardians that seal the curse. Freeze to read your enemies' intentions and plan your next move, but don't lose track of time!
Where Do We Find Help? Examining Digital Communication Channels and Challenges for Services Supporting Houseless People in Edmonton AlbertaDownload
Purpose. When facing a housing crisis, it is crucial to know where to go for help. This Capstone research study examines access to and use of digital communications by individuals seeking houseless support in Edmonton, Alberta. Specifically, through a review of online and social media...