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Created in 2014 and updated in 2020, this guide is intended to help University of Alberta graduate students to understand the expectations of academic integrity and the Code of Student Behaviour as it applies to their academic work.
This Handbook provides a step-by-step process for promoting academic integrity, detecting and reporting misconduct. It is intended for all University of Alberta instructors and teaching assistants, and is the last edition of the printed version of the Handbook, distributed annually from 2004-2013.
This poster contains tips for writing your CIHR grant application.
India as a modern nation-state covers the greater part of the South Asian peninsula, from the Himalayas in the north to the tip of Cape Comorin, about 3000 km to the south. However, as a cultural-historical sphere, other modern states such as Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, and even to...
Investigating the neural circuitry of spelling in reading impairments: A functional connectivity approachDownload
Background. Writing skills are imperative to successful academic and social functioning in todayâs literate society. Yet, literature exploring the underlying mechanisms associated with written communication, namely spelling, is surprisingly limited. This study looked into the neuropsychological...
This paper is an exploration of teaching, writing, and living in, among, and across the lines and structures of teaching. In it, I explore autobiographically my own struggles to attend to, live, and bring forth life in the presence of demands for control, perfection, and efficiency in our schools...
Literacy Learning in Playful Spaces: Using Multimodal Strategies to Develop Narrative with Young LearnersDownload
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2011: The initial two-year phase of the project is primarily interested in examining the possibilities for using touch screen (ipad) technologies with young learners when they are used as a means to facilitate the creation, modification and use of children’s own multimodal...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2016: The objectives of the proposed study are: 1] To test the validity of a widely-used model of reading fluency longitudinally (from Grade 1 to Grade 5) and across languages varying in orthographic consistency (English, Dutch, and Greek); 2] To examine the role of...