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Evaluating the Relative Efficiencies and Effectiveness of the Call Centre and Tutor Models of Learner Support at Athabasca University
Athabasca University is Canada’s largest distance-based, open university. Its undergraduate courses are offered mostly by individualized learning. Students can register in courses at the start of any month. They can proceed ...
Innovation Through Convention? Building Consensus for RPL Practice in Canadian Universities
Dramatic changes in the last several years, marked by the advent of a globalized economy and attendant technological innovations, have thrust us from industrial to conceptual thinking, engendering an era of instant ...
A Canandian E-lection 2008? Online Media and Political Competition
This paper examines the use and impact of internet submedia on the 2008 Canadian federal election. Based on content analysis of party and candidate use of different internet submedia during the campaign, combined with ...
"Distance Education Management: What Defines the Academic/Managerial Divide?" and "Academic Capitalism and Distance Education: Reconciling Markets and Scholarly Values"
“Distance Education Management: What Defines the Academic / Managerial Divide?” Distance education units employ a variety of organizational models, but how do they mesh with conventional roles? This presentation will examine ...
Economic Analysis of Demand for Distance Education in Canada
Distance education has become important element since the invention of the computer and internet technologies. This advancement has expanded the access for higher education, which now includes increasing numbers of ...
Stories of Aboriginal Children Raised in NonAboriginal Families
Despite the significant number of transracial Aboriginal adoptions that haven taken place in Canada, little research is available that addresses the psychological and psychosocial ramifications for the children involved. ...
Stories from the field: narratives by practitioners from across Canada demonstrating the integration of social justice into counselling practice
Workshop A: Across Canada, thousands of individuals face barriers to improving their mental, emotional, and economic status. In an effort to address the environmental factors (e.g., poverty) that impede client well-being, ...
The Terroir of Minority Canadian Theatre: Resisting Acclimatization
Individually and collectively, visible minority theatre artists in Canada dramatize their distinctiveness and their differences through the stories they tell. Their need to express their “terroir” may be impelled by a ...
Dealing with Reviewers' Comments
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