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Experiential Learning and Distance Education: Expanding Learning Frontiers
e-Learning combines communication technologies (e.g., e-mail, Web, conferencing, and forum), pertinent learning theories, and real-world learning (experiential learning). This session will demonstrate how this bridging can ...
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 ...
Serious games are computer games that train, educate and inform while entertaining. The serious games industry has been developing since 2000 but has only gained momentum since 2004. The lucrative games industry promised ...
Reading Ursula Bowlby’s Letters (1939-1940): A Chronicle of First Time Motherhood
Following the birth of her first child, Ursula Bowlby wrote numerous letters to her husband, Dr. John Bowlby. He was working away from home and returned only for brief weekend visits. Ursula’s letters express her absorption ...
Technical Services Roundtable
Attend the Summer Publishing Workshops
Copy Editing and Proofreading: (2 days) This two-day workshop is ideal for anyone wanting an introduction to the world of publishing or communications, or for anyone currently called upon to improve the writing of others ...
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 ...
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 ...
Chaos and Organizational Emergence: Towards Short Term Predictive Modeling to Navigate a Way Out of Chaos
Organizational emergence from chaotic events has often been described as unpredictable and random, at least when observed over the long term. Through a literature review this paper paves the path for the possible development ...
Tales from the Alberta Triangle: The United States, China and the Evolving Dynamics of Canadian Energy Exports
Canadian natural gas has been exported to the United States, in fits and starts, since the beginning of the 20th Century. Depending on whom you ask, the relationship today is either a testament to faith in open markets, ...