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What do you mean you don’t have a copy? An attempt to document Government of Canada web content removed from open access.Download
Presentation created for Government Information Day 2015 in Vancouver, British Columbia hosted by Simon Fraser University Libraries. Provides an overview of the database sub-project of the the Government of Canada web content research project.
What has Salt Lake City to do with Montreal? Social Identity, Power Dynamics, and Apostasy in New Religions
RELIG675 Doctoral Seminar presentation. My presentation uses Tim Murphy's definition of religion, as well as analyses of several nineteenth century apostasy tales, to critique the practice (common in the study of new religions) of discounting apostasy accounts.
The use of computational analysis to visualize and aid in the interpretation of literature and book history is a way of supplementing traditional literary criticism. The application of statistical algorithms on a large scale allows a researcher to derive textual patterns and relationships that...
Moderator's presentation delivered as part of the closing panel for Fair Dealing Week 2017 events hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Presented at the twelfth annual meeting of the Western Association of Sociology and Anthropology
Presentation from the NEOS 2018 miniconference. Conference abstract: Librarians and library staff are uniquely positioned to observe how copyright benefits both authors and the public good through the use of these works in libraries. This session will explore ways NEOS members can contribute to...
Twidale, Michael B., Rathi, Dinesh, Jones, M. Cameron
We explore the application of a wiki-based technology and style of interaction to enabling the incremental translation of a collaborative application into a number of different languages, including variant English language interfaces better suited to the needs of particular user communities. The...
Will Presentation - Cantonese
This is an audio recording of the Wills presentation. <br><br> Additional resources are available at: <br><br><a href="http://www.qp.alberta.ca/documents/acts/w12p2.pdf" target=\"_blank\">• Wills and Succession Act, SA 2010, c W-12.2 </a><br>
Will Presentation - Simplified Chinese version
This document is available in Simplified Chinese.<br><br> Additional resources are available at: <br><br><a href="http://www.qp.alberta.ca/documents/acts/w12p2.pdf" target=\"_blank\">• Wills and Succession Act, SA 2010, c W-12.2 </a><br>