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A Speech Generating Device (SGD) was used by a 12 year old student to participate in a Lego robot programming activity as part of a school curriculum. The infrared capability and mouse emulation capabilities of the SGD were customized to allow the participant to send commands to a car-like robot...
Using animated GIFs to walk the line between skill development and higher-level concepts in information literacy instruction
Using animated GIFs to walk the line between skill development and higher-level concepts in information literacy instruction [handout]
Using archival photographs in a multimedia representation of the human history of the Upper Athabasca Valley Download
The Upper Athabasca valley was the site of Metis habitation during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These people left the area at the time that Jasper National Park was formed, however, their activities have left an enduring imprint on the landscape. Our research involves identifying...
There are many runway capacity estimation models currently available today, and developers usually claim that their models have been validated. However, information about the validation process is often limited, and different models are validated at different levels of complexity. As a result,...
Previous studies have demonstrated that Lego robots can be used to enable children with motor impairments to actively participate in play and academic activities. Additionally, by appropriately designing the activities and observing children’s performance, it is possible to assess children’s...
Using the HTC Vive and various programs from Steam, Burman faculty from the Library, English, Art, and Education are conducting some small pilot projects to see how VR may be implemented on a small campus and how students might react to that implementation, especially within class. This...
Dr. Yves Joanette, Scientific Director, CIHR Institute of Aging visited the University of Alberta on September 25. He hosted a town hall, shared highlights of the 2013-8 Strategic Plan and invited participants to share their feedback.