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Research Decisions in Mapping the Social Economy in Alberta and British Columbia
This paper outlines the mapping research design process undertaken by the BALTA Mapping Team for the initial stages of the BALTA (BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance)Social Economy Mapping Project (Phase 1). The ...
Supporting Innovative Co-operative Development: The Case of the Nova Scotia Co-operative Development System
In recent years, social science research has increasingly acknowledged the role of the social economy in building sustainable communities, and, around the world, co-operatives are recognized as major actors in the social ...
SunGard Summit 2008 Final Report
The SunGard Summit provides an opportunity for professionals to learn, discovery and explore the many ways that performance matters to the higher education institution, and join with other university colleagues, industry ...
The Social Economy in Quebec
The paper, delivered at a public event in Sidney, BC, Canada, on October 19, 2006, presents an overview of the social economy in Quebec and suggests some lessons that might be relevant to other contexts.
Food Adverts on Children's Programs on TV in South Africa
Research in the U.S.A. since the early 1990s has shown that adverts that appear on children’s programs on TV are the antithesis of the recommended diet. They are mainly for fast foods and for foods rich in sugar and fat. ...
BALTA Bits & Bites - Winter 2009
(BC-Alberta Social Economy Research Alliance (BALTA), 2009-04)
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.
Mobile Design: Interactive Multimedia to Support Learning and Teaching" and "Mobile Library: Connecting New Generations of Learners to the Library in the Mobile Age"
1. Aim of the workshop: The Athabasca University Library has developed many mobile friendly websites and features to help our students access resources. These include an autodetect feature which displays either mobile or ...
Personal Digital Assistants – teachers prefer the personal
This paper will present the results of a small-scale project, funded by the UK Teacher Development Agency, where 13 teachers and 3 trainee teachers in one secondary school science department were given handhelds (Personal ...
Supporting ubiquitous language learning with RFID tags
Ubiquitous computing will help in the organization and mediation of social interactions wherever and whenever these situations might occur. With those technologies, learning environment can be embedded in real daily life. ...
An SMS Based Querying System for Mobile Learning
Mobile phone is the most widely used mobile device. Every mobile phone user can conveniently communicate with each other through SMS (Short Message Service) text messages at very low price. It is so commonly used that, in ...