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A STUDY ON THE AUDIENCE RECEPTION OF THEATRE SURTITLES: Surtitling in a Francophone Minority Context in Canada and the Language Learning Potentials of Theatre SurtitlesDownload
This mixed-methods study focuses on the audience reception of theatre surtitles in a Francophone minority theatre context in Western Canada at L’UniThéâtre in Edmonton, Alberta. The main objective of this multifaceted research was to measure the perceptions of and reactions to English surtitles...
Over the past few decades, our computing environment has changed dramatically. As computing has become more prevalent in every part of daily life, so has using computers to understand the humanities become more commonplace. Digital Humanities has provided people a unique, broad perspective by...
Everyone's just like, they're fine, and when in reality, are we? Stories about recess from children experiencing disabilityDownload
Recess can be a valuable and significant experience in children’s lives that provides opportunities for outdoor free play and engagement with peers; however children experiencing disability often withdraw or are excluded during recess. The recess context has received little attention from an...
Disability simulations are experiential learning activities that have been used to simulate the functional and cultural experiences associated with disability. Despite their widespread use in post-secondary settings (e.g., physical education, recreation, medicine, and nursing), there is...
Library guides are widely used to organize and share information. At the University of Alberta, subject librarians use library guides to create subject area guides, topical guides and course-specific guides. These guides are a common tool, but how helpful are they to our users? How often are they...
"Background: Despite many improvements, health disparities between indigenous and non-indigenous populations in Canada's North persist. While a strong primary health care (PHC) system improves the health of a population, the majority of indigenous communities are very remote, and their access to...