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Alteyrac, Jerome, Ackom, Emmanuel, Adamowicz, Vic, McFarlane, Paul
Report #6 in the Series on “Drivers of Change in Canada’s Forests and Forest Sector”, prepared for the Forest Futures Project of the SFM Network
For educators to move into the twenty first century, they need to let go of the past and integrate aspects of technology which support student learning. This allows today’s learners an opportunity to explore how to think and learn and not what to think and learn. There needs to be a pedagogical...
While extensive research has been done on technology-mediated learning (TML) in North America, such research is not easily transferable to the Caribbean, as there are notable socio-cultural and economic factors that affect such methods of course delivery. Limited research has been recorded about...
SSHRC IDG awarded 2018: This project asks: what are the cultural macrofoundations of entrepreneurial ecosystems? The Cultural Entrepreneurship literature focuses on entrepreneurs deploying cultural elements to legitimate new ventures (Lounsbury & Glynn, 2001). Alongside calls for new thinking in...
The Effect that Mismatch from Preferred Camera Controlled Y-Axis Mapping has on Performance in First Person 3D Virtual EnvironmentsDownload
First person camera controlled 3D virtual environments, such as those utilized in video games, virtual simulations, virtual worlds, and serious games, continue to grow as a popular method for providing educational experiences. The method of interaction for manipulating the y-axis of the first...
The Evolution of Technological Behaviour: An Analysis of Lithic Artifacts from the Magubike Archaeological Site, TanzaniaDownload
Most Palaeolithic archaeologists now believe that a series of advancements in the behavioural and cultural complexity of early Homo sapiens occurred during the Middle and Later Stone Age in Africa. However, a lack of uninterrupted archaeological sequences has made it difficult to identify the...
The Question Concerning Identification: A Tetradic Analysis of the Alberta Birth CertificateDownload
One little-noticed yet increasingly vital technology is the birth certificate. The existence of any technology transforms the environment, yet many technologies--just as the birth certificate--remain generally unnoticed or disregarded as neutral. Locating my research within a media ecology...
The Technologies of MEAT
Following the 2012 capture of Luka Magnotta in Berlin, Thomas Bo Nilsson started to conceptualise his first major solo dramatic installation entitled MEAT. MEAT featured in the 2014 edition Berlin theatre festival Festival of International New Drama hosted by Schaubühne. The piece itself lasted...
The study looked at how people are using mobile communication devices in the domestic kitchen? How users have domesticated these devices? And in what ways have these devices been used to (re)skill users in the domestic kitchen? We now live in a society where we do not have to know how to cook to...