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Using Online Interactive Tutorials In Teaching Psychology and Neuroscience at a Distance
Science educators often struggle with means to effectively present content in order to optimize student understanding of difficult concepts. This holds true for typical classroom-based instruction, but especially so when ...
NetPicoMAG: a low-cost fluxgate magnetometer for teaching and research
Abstract of paper/presentation: netPicoMAG is a compact, low cost, networked fluxgate magnetometer. It is capable of detecting magnetic field vectors at 1 nanotesla, 1 sample per second resolution, and transmits real-time ...
“NetPICOMAG: a low-cost turn-key magnetometer for aurora detection”
AN: SM43A-1686 TI: Solar Wind Influence on the Driven Electrojet System and the Magnetotail AU: * Connors, M EM: firstname.lastname@example.org AF: Athabasca University Geophysical Observatory, 1 University Drive, Athabasca, ...
“Implement and Deploy Mobile Learning in Open Universities-The Many Promises and Challenges Ahead,” presented at the E-Learn 2008 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education Conference, November 17-21, 2008, Las Vegas, NV
Learn anywhere at anytime! This was once a dream but now the advancement of technology in computing and communication is making it a reality. In this paper, we are going to present frameworks for the implementation and ...
“Minimizing Attrition: Strategies for Assisting Students who are Considering Withdrawal”
This presentation focuses on strategies to assist online graduate students who are considering withdrawing from their programs of study. It is based on research on factors influencing students’ decisions to withdraw (Perry ...
Politics of Betrayal in Camilla Gibb's "Sweetness in the Belly"
Camilla Gibb’s Sweetness in the Belly is a novel with many layers that can be read from different perspectives. Issues of race, language, culture, tradition, religion, and politics are intermingled in the pages of the novel ...
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, ...
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. ...
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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