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2010 American Library Association Annual Conference
ALA's annual conference provides opportunities to attend over 300 educational programs on a variety of hot topics, provides networking opportunities through committee meetings and events, and allows librarians to keep up ...
13th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference
Warhol Wild: Applied Colour Theory Course
The Pop Art movement and the iconic themes of Andy Warhol have opened up many doors to the joyous notions of colour and have allowed it to move beyond the boundaries of tradition. The wild experiments of the colour field ...
Multipoint Observations of the Large Substorm Associated with the Galaxy 15 Anomaly
On April 5, 2010 around 09 UT, the NOAA Geosynchronous Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) observed a large reconfiguration of the magnetospheric magnetic field in the midnight to dawn local time sector. Specifically, ...
Student Publications at Athabasca University
Defining the Vision for the Next 100 Years
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 ...
Attend a three-week residency component for an MA degree.
The MA in Professional Communication program consists of two years of study with an annual three-week on-campus residency each year. Faculty with expert, real-world experience provide a solid foundation of advanced ...
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 ...
Landscape and Ethnoecology - an Ethnobiological View
Landscape is often taken for granted in ethnobiological work, treated as setting, described in geographic or biological terms. Landscape is productive to examine as the (literal) foundation of ethnobiological work: where ...