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Luminescence profiling of postglacial eolian dunes in central and northern Alberta using a portable OSL reader
Regular luminescence dating is a lengthy procedure that entails elaborate sample preparation as well as multiple measurements to arrive at an age of a given sample. In practice, not all samples that may appear datable in ...
Moral Distress within the Counselor - Supervisory Relationship
Moral distress, an ethical concern that runs across many health professions, is described as the experience of knowing the morally right thing to do, yet not doing it due to personal, social, or institutional constraints. ...
Seasonal Variation in Sexual Segregation in spider Monkeys (Ateles GeoffroyI Yucatanensis) at Runaway Creek Nature Preserve Belize
Sexual segregation, the separation of males and females socially or by habitat, has been recognized as a dimension of the socio-ecology of many vertebrates, but has not been quantified or systematically examined in primates. ...
Accreditation, Benchmarks, and Competition: The ‘ABC’s’ of Quality Assurance in Open and Distance Learning
Communicating quality to various publics remains a challenge for higher education institutions engaged in open and distance learning. The quality assurance tools and approaches developed in the past decade have largely ...
Implementing Mobile Learning Across Cultures Globally: Opportunities and Challenges” and to present a poster entitled, "Athabasca University Mobile Learning: Delivering French Training Using Mobile Devices
Because of the rapid growth in the use of mobile technology globally, there is the potential to reach learners around the world to help them become more educated and to improve the quality of life. Mobile technology allows ...
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 ...
Effective SQL Injection Attack Reconstruction Using Network Recording
Utilizing the location-awareness of mobile devices in developing innovative mobile application system has attracted much attention of academic researchers and commercial application developers. Location-based mobile learning ...