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This narrative inquiry explores the educational experiences of two immigrated Thai families in Alberta. For these families, their children’s early childhood classrooms are their first encounter with schooling in Canada. My teaching position at a multicultural school led to wonderings...
Assessment of the Research Learning Needs of the University of Saskatchewan Librarians: A Case StudyDownload
As academic librarians with faculty status increasingly embrace research engagement as a core value and requirement, one of the little-studied questions is the extent to which they possess the requisite knowledge and skills to conduct high-quality research and scholarship and what further...
The following consideration of methodologies in comparative Canadian literary criticism is influenced by Margaret Atwood’s Survival: A Thematic Guide to Canadian Literature, and Clément Moisan’s Poésie des frontières: étude comparée des poésies canadienne et québécoise. An analysis of the...
Canadian Public Perspective of the Canadian Psychological Association's Code of Ethics for Psychologists Principle RankingDownload
A professional code of ethics guides professionals in their ethical decision-making, and is also intended to protect the public from harm that may result from the activities of that profession. The Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) created a Code of Ethics for Psychologists with four...
The purpose of this study is to describe international English as an additional language (EAL) students’ experiences in relation to their academic work, as effects of university policy at a western Canadian university. Data from interviews with students and employees were analyzed in relation to...
Ecological Ideologies of Modernity and Their Temporal-Spatial Representations in Canadian, Russian, and Polish Literatures of the Twentieth CenturyDownload
The dissertation focuses on the temporal-spatial representations of the ecological ideologies of modernity in the writings of Canadian authors Georges Bugnet, Sheila Watson, and Howard O’Hagan, Russian authors Andrei Bitov and Tatiana Tolstaia, and Polish author Czesław Miłosz. The concept of...
How can Canadian graduate orthodontic programs better prepare their newly graduated orthodontists for the business challenges of orthodontic practice: An exploratory survey of Canadian orthodontistsDownload
An anonymous online survey of Canadian orthodontists was used to evaluate orthodontic practice management related background, training, needs and practices. Program directors of Canadian graduate orthodontic programs were contacted for details regarding their program’s educational opportunities...
I Am Not a Problem, I Am Canadian: Exploring the Experiences of Canadian-born Muslim Women Who Practice HijabDownload
This research explores understandings of what it means to “be Canadian” for Canadian-born Muslim women who practice hijab, an outward expression of personal identity practiced by some Muslim women and visible by the covering of the head and modest clothing. The women’s identity negotiations occur...
For the first time in the history of Canadian library education, intellectual freedom courses are part of the curriculum. In September 2000, Dr. Ann Curry introduced a course entitled \"Current Trends in Library and Information Service: Issues in Intellectual Freedom\" at the School of Library,...
ABSTRACT Rashomon, a composition for wind ensemble, portrays a musical event—the simple motion of rise and fall—from three different perspectives, each assigned to one of the three movements. The underlying form, the basic gestural content, pitch material and instrumentation remain the same in...