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- 12010 ISSAC (International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication)Conference, Barcelona, Spain
- 1AAC, scanning, dynamic display, speech generating, access
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- 3Rehabilitation Medicine, Faculty of/Speech Pathology and Audiology
The PowerPoint presentation is available for download. Dr. Marilyn Desrosiers (CIHR Deputy Director, Targeted Initiatives Branch) described CIHR’s Catalyst Grant Program including how and when to find funding opportunities. A comparison between the differences in strategies and keys for success...
This 45-minute PowerPoint presentation is ready for download and will provide contextual information about CIHR (mandate, strategic plan, priorities, organizational structure), as well as specific information about all student and trainee programs, including a general description of the program,...
The PowerPoint session \"Compliance with Funding Agency Mandates for Open Access to Research Data\" is available for download. This session reviewed options, opportunities, and challenges for researchers who are required by funding agencies, such as the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, to...
The PowerPoint PDF of the session may be downloaded. Dr. Danika Goosney (Director, Program Planning and Process, CIHR) identified important considerations when applying to CIHR compared to SSHRC.
Objective: To evaluate the relationship between craniofacial growth pattern and overjet in untreated preadolescent Class II subjects. Methods: The issue was approached by studying Lateral cephalograms of 140 skeletal and dental Class II subjects (68 males and 72 females, mean age 9.9 ± 1.1...
Cyberinfrastructure for Research in the Humanities: Expectations and Capacity
Text of a presentation given on \"Cyberinfrastructure for Research in the Humanities: Expectations and Capacity.\" as part of a panel on \"Academic Capacity in Canada’s Digital Humanities Community\" at the SDH/SEMI 2010 conference at the HSSFC Congress at Concordia University, Montreal and later...
The study uses grounded theory approach to develop different categories of stopwords leading to the creation of a stopword list for email-based data. The finding of the study will contribute in better understanding of email as data and developing better algorithms which could automatically remove...