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Canadian adult education and work and learning research
Canadian Adult Education and Work and Learning Research The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the contributions to Canadian work and learning research from a review of the Canadian Association for the Study of ...
Political Economy of Higher Education: South Africa in a comparative perspective
Education is one of the major linchpins of economic, social and political development of any nation. There is overwhelming evidence suggesting that higher education can produce both public and private benefits. Thus, the ...
BALTA Newsletter - Autumn 2011
This is the newsletter of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). It contains news about BALTA and social economy developments in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.
Effective Teaching Behaviours in Using High Fidelity Simulation
The use of high fidelity human patient simulation is increasing in nursing education programs. Simulation is used to help enhance students’ problem solving abilities, facilitate psycho-motor, communication and assessment ...
Contract Management Principles and Practices
In this course, you will learn how to manage all aspects of project procurement effectively. You will discover the logic behind contracting principles and practices, and you'll learn the terms, techniques, and tools of ...
Speaking For Freedom, Normalizing the Net
An enduring perspective on the impact of digital technologies argues that these technologies can expand freedom and re-invigorate democracy. Yet, there has always been a contrary, more pessimistic perspective, that ...
Stage Predicting Student Stay Time Length on Webpages of Online Courses Based on Grey Models
To provide adaptive learning, an e-learning system needs to gather information about what student state is while the student learns online course. A student state index is the length of time the student stays on a webpage ...
A Framework for Integrating Motivational Techniques in Technology Enhanced Learning
Motivation is a key factor in education. While there exist some educational system that consider techniques for motivating students, these systems implement only one or few techniques and assume that the respective ...
U.S./Mexico Cultural Hybridization: The Emergence of a New Culture as Seen through the Directors Lens
The U.S./Mexico border has long been a cultural, economic and linguistic divide and the disjunction between the two worlds has been a source of literary inspiration to many artists on both sides of the border. An ongoing ...
CASE: Annual Conference for Publications Professionals: New Media, Timeless Qualities
The word "publications" is rapidly being redefined. What once meant putting ink on paper and distributing copies through the mail has come to describe the dissemination of information and ideas in many forms, through many ...