Recent Submissions

  • The Virtual Expanses of Canadian Popular Culture 

    Briton, Derek (2011-03-09)
    Dr. Derek Briton, Associate Director, Centre for Integrated Studies, will provide an overview of the impact of virtual worlds—Massiviely Multiple Online Role Playing Games (MMORPGs)—on Canadian popular culture, including ...
  • The Canadian Census: All You Wanted to Know and Were Afraid to Ask! 

    Kariel, Doug; MacIsaac, Peggy Lynn (2011-03-09)
    Doug Kariel, Head, Technical Services & Systems, and Peggy Lynn MacIsaac, Reference Services Librarian, Library Services, will provide an overview of Canadian Census data, differentiating between what is available to the ...
  • Land of the Unexpected: Impressions from Papua New Guinea 

    Treu, Roland (2011-03-09)
    Join Dr. Roland Treu, Associate Professor, Biology, Centre for Science, on a journey through the Melanesian paradise of Papua New Guinea, a little known country in the south Pacific with a startling biodiversity. Drawing ...
  • Snow Cover Monitoring Using Microwave Remote Sensing 

    Pivot, Frederique (2011-03-09)
    Compared to conventional snow measurements sporadically taken in situ, remote data sensing is particularly well-adapted to the monitoring of snow-covered surfaces over continuous space-time scales. A multi-sensing approach ...
  • Luminescence Dating Technique Contributions to Geological Research: Hondo-Smith Case Study 

    Munyikwa, Ken (2011-03-09)
    "Describing the principles behind the luminescence dating technique, which is currently being applied to research on wind deposited dune structures, Dr. Ken Munyikwa, Asst. Prof., Earth Science, Centre for Science, will ...
  • Around the World in Eight Hundred Days 

    Baggaley, Jon (2011-03-09)
    Since January 2006, while on a two-year sabbatical leave, Dr. Jon Baggaley, Professor of Educational Technology, CDE, has circled the globe five times, developing and supervising distance education research and development ...
  • My Darling Mother: An Examination of a Mother-Daughter Relationship 

    Cavanaugh, Cathy (2011-03-09)
    Based on research undertaken in 2005, Dr. Cathy Cavanaugh, Assoc. Prof, Women’s Studies, Centre for Work & Community Studies, explores the relationship between Gladys Arnold, the only accredited Canadian Press journalist ...

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