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Questioning Favoured Truths of Work and Learning Research
Questioning Favoured Truths of Work and Learning Research Peter Sawchuk, Bonnie Slade and Bruce Spencer This paper seeks to open a discussion about some of the assumptions that underpin policy and research on work and ...
"Continuous Response Evaluation of Digital Clips Over the Internet"
The main objective of the conference is to promote and disseminate the experiences in New Technologies in Education and E-learning in all educational fields and disciplines. EDULEARN09 will be a unique International Forum ...
"Can Undergraduate/Graduate Students in Individual Self-Paced Distance Courses Participate in Discussion Forums? - Absolutely"
This paper examines the use of an innovative monthly discussion forum for undergraduate and graduate students, studying at a distance in an individualized self paced course. The forums consisted of multimedia presentations ...
The Effect of Machine Virtualization on the Environmental Impact of Desktop Environments
Through the course of this paper two important and recently prominent ideas in computing science are assessed in terms of their combined potential to provide responsive and environmentally responsible alternatives to ...
“Tumplines” – a Look at the History and Ethnobiology of Northwest Coast Burden Straps, paper presentation.
The burden straps called “tumplines” in the anthropological literature are a distinctive carrying device used by Gitksan, Witsuwit’en and other peoples of the northwestern part of British Columbia, Canada. The burden straps ...
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 ...
Reactive Attachment Disorder and its Implications in Defining the "Good Mother"
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) made its first appearance in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders’ nosology in 1980 (DSM-III: American Psychiatric Association). Its inclusion was a response to ...
Dealing with Reviewers' Comments
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Virtual Stability: Constructing a Simulation Model”
After a discussion of the importance of stability and instability for complex systems theory we define the concept of virtual stability as a state in which a system employs self-monitoring and adaptive control to maintain ...
Social Justice and Career Development Practices
Through attending this workshop, participants will gain knowledge about the concept of social justice, how this concept is connected to cultural diversity and systemic influences on career development, and how career ...