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Bianca’s in town for a reason: A sex doll goes to church in Lars and the Real Girl”
Lars and the Real Girl was first shown at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2007, where it received positive reviews, and upon larger release, this offbeat independent film – the tale of a shy young man ...
Recommend touring routes to travelers according to their sequential wandering behaviors.
This paper presents a novel solution of route recommendation problem which guides the user through a series of locations. The recommendation is made by matching the user's current route with the set of popular route patterns. ...
American Library Association MidWinter Meeting
At ALA’s midwinter meeting I attended a number of discussion groups related to distance learning and information literacy. For example, the instruction section’s discussion group focused on whether librarians should be ...
BALTA Mapping Workplan 2009-2010
This document summarizes the annual research plans of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance with respect to its mapping program to survey and document social economy organizations in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.
2010 Joint Association of Canadian College and University Ombudspersons (ACCUO) & European Network for Ombudsmen
This conference is an opportunity to explore the richness of ombudsman principles internationally in different higher education settings so as to improve individual practice and gain insight into alternative approaches for ...
Mother Still Loves Best: Attachment Theory’s Influence on Mothering Practice-Then and Now
John Bowlby's (1907 - 1990) attachment theory was formulated to explain mother-infant bonding. The theory was bound by a number of assumptions that placed responsibility for child rearing soley in the hands of women. ...
BALTA Newsletter - Spring 2010
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2010-04)
This is the newsletter of the of the BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA). It contains news about BALTA and social economy developments in Alberta and British Columbia, Canada.
The Potential Impacts of Social Media on Social Rersearch and Scholarly Communication
Social media has influenced - and in some cases, transformed - how individuals communicate, create and share information. Fundamentally, social media represents a power shift in information control, access, and validation. ...
Natural Sciences and Engineering (NSERC): People. Discovery. Innovation.
NSERC: Updates & Changes to Programs