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    • Waist circumference predicts clustering of cardiovascular risk factors in older South Africans 

      Charlton, Karen E.; Schloss, Ingrid; Visser, Marianne; Lambert, Estelle V.; Kolbe, Tracy; Levitt, Naomi S.; Temple, Norman J. (Cardiovascular Journal of Southern Africa, 2001)
      Objecti~'eand design. A cross-sectional analytical study to determine the cardiovascular risk factor profile of older residents of fishing villages on the West Coast of South Africa, and to det.ermine which anthropome ...
    • The war on cancer: failure of therapy and research 

      Temple, Norman J.; Burkitt, Denis P. (Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1991)
      A generally-held beliefby both the medical profession and the lay public is that therapeutic medicine greatly affects health. Providing more hospital beds, doctors and resources is viewed as the path to improve ...
    • Warhol Wild: Applied Colour Theory Course 

      Luckay, Jennifer (2011-03-30)
      The Pop Art movement and the iconic themes of Andy Warhol have opened up many doors to the joyous notions of colour and have allowed it to move beyond the boundaries of tradition. The wild experiments of the colour field ...
    • Water: a neglected nutrient in the young child? A South African perspective 

      Bourne, Lesley T.; Harmse, Berna; Temple, Norman J. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2007)
      Water is considered an essential nutrient because the body cannot produce enough water itself, by metabolism of food, to fulfil its need.When the quantity or quality of water is inadequate, health problems result, most ...
    • We Know More Than You Think! What do we know about the student experience? What draws students to Athabasca University? 

      Parker, Nancy (2011-03-30)
      Dr. Nancy Parker, Director, Institutional Studies, will present key trends for Athabasca University learners and support services. Discussion will include benchmarking surveys, highlighting data obtained from a number of ...
    • Weaving Digital Pathways with Blogging 

      Baig, Veronica (2009-11-26)
      Blogging allows educators and students to connect in new ways to enhance the learning experience. There are various reasons for including blogging activities including building audience awareness and a sense of community. ...
    • Web 2.0 Tools in Education: A Quick Guide. Adapted for Athabasca University 

      Embi, Mohamed Amin; Graham, Rodger (Centre of Academic Advancement, Universiti Kebangasaan Malaysia, 2011)
      Web 2.0 Tools in Education: A Quick Guide is a cursory survey of some of the most common Web 2.0 tools currently available. The Guide explains what each tool does, some of the educational uses of the tool, and how to install ...
    • Web design for effective online training and instruction. 

      Patsula, Peter J. (2001-01-01)
      The following is a research/experimental thesis that surveys and examines web-design for effective online training and instruction. The purpose of the thesis is to create -- from a variety of relevant learning theories and ...
    • The Web of Identity: Selfhood and Belonging in Online Learning Networks 

      Koole, Marguerite (2010-06-17)
      In this paper, the reflexive relationship between social interaction and understanding of self in online learning networks is examined. In keeping with constructionism, we acknowledge the significance of social interaction ...
    • The Web of Identity: Selfhood and Belonging in Online Learning Networks 

      Koole, Marguerite (Seventh International Conference on Networked Learning 2010, 2010-05)
      In this paper, the reflexive relationship between social interaction and understanding of self in online learning networks is examined. In keeping with constructionism, we acknowledge the significance of social interaction ...
    • Web-based training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (John Wiley and Sons, 2008)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based upon accumulated research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the 20th century and continuing to the present. Use ...
    • Web-Based Training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (2008-05-27)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based on accumulated research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the twentieth century and continuing to the present. ...
    • Web-Based Training 

      Fahy, Patrick J. (John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2004)
      Current Web-based training (WBT) is based upon systematic research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the 20th century and continuing to the present. Use ...
    • The Well-being of Adults who were Raised by Grandparents. 

      Kier, Cheryl A. (2013-11-09)
      Presented in Poster Session 12 on "Parenting and Grandparenting" at the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) 75th Conference, San Antonio, November 6-9, 2013.
    • West Chilcotin Forest Products: A joint venture defies the odds in B.C.'s troubled forest industry. 

      Julian, Maggie (Making Waves, 2002)
      Since 1995, the inhabitants of Nimpo and Anahim lakes in the Chilcotin region of west-central British Columbia have found a way to run a logging and manufacturing business that respects First Nations traditional territory, ...
    • Western Boreal Wetlands and Orchids 

      Locky, David A. (2010-06-14)
      Wetlands are a dominant component of the western boreal region of Canada. They are comprised primarily of peatlands, wetlands with organic soils. Peatlands vary from acidic bogs to calcareous fens and offer a rich array ...
    • Western Boreal Wetlands and Orchids 

      Locky, David A. (2010-06-14)
      Wetlands are a dominant component of the western boreal region of Canada. They are comprised primarily of peatlands, wetlands with organic soils. Peatlands vary from acidic bogs to calcareous fens and offer a rich array ...
    • Westlock Grain Terminals : A Case Study 

      Cabaj, Paul; Gismondi, Mike; Stringham, Richard; Wood, Darren (Alberta Community & Co-operative Association (ACCA), 2009)
      This is a case study of Westlock Grain Terminals, a very successful new generation co-operative located in Westlock, Alberta. In 2002, when the community found out that their grain terminal was going to be sold, they ...
    • Westlock Grain Terminals : A Case Study 

      Cabaj, Paul; Gismondi, Mike; Stringham, Richard; Wood, Darren (2009-11-24)
      This presentation to the 2009 symposium of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA) reports on a case study of Westlock Grain Terminals, a new generation co-operative in Alberta, Canada.
    • Wēijī : East Asian Mothering 

      Wong-Wylie, Gina (2012-04-04)
      This conference presentation will highlight the conference theme of exploring motherhood and mothering in a global context. Wēijī represents the Chinese symbol for “crisis” and “opportunity” whereby reversing the characters ...


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