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Adventures in Building an Online Digital Collection: The Alberta Women's Institutes Project
"This talk will address the inception and design of a new AU digital collection that focuses on self-representation in organizational histories. Our subject is the Alberta Women's Institutes, which celebrates its 100th ...
Forget Beowulf to Virginia Woolf: Learning to be a Writer in Papua New Guinea
For students and instructors at colonial universities, the choice and availability of books for instruction was of central importance. Was the curriculum to replicate that of metropolitan universities? Or to accommodate ...
Who Should you write for? - Competing Literary Systems in Colonial Papua and New Guinea
Post-war literary decolonization in the British Empire often pitted ideologies and scarce resources against one another in unanticipated ways. In any given colony there could, and often did, exist a rich mix of individual ...
What we know and where we’re going: In medias res on self-representation and identity in university use of ePortfolios
ePortfolios are slowly gaining credibility in Canadian universities as useful vehicles for a number of learning activities. In both graduate and undergraduate programs, ePortfolios are used to house and share the repertoire ...
Be Like Winifred: Transferring Images of Colonial Africa to the South Pacific
European colonial history is filled with examples of attempts to transfer cultural values, attitudes and beliefs from the metropolis to the colonies. European publishers at first sent textbooks to the colonies without ...