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    • 1) Distance Education MBA Project Management Program: A Case Study and 2) Advice for New Engineering Faculty: Insights Gained from Faculty Development Programs 

      Jugdev, Kam (2010-06-22)
      1) With its roots in systems engineering, project management is a relatively new discipline taught in the fields of Engineering, Business, Information Technology/ Management Information Systems, Computing Sciences, and ...
    • 1) Gaining New Ground: Creating A Unique Approach to NP Education, 2) What’s all the Fuss About? Discussing the Doctorate of Nursing Practice and 3) Innovative Independent Practice: Carving a New Path 

      Lamarche, Kimberley (2010-06-23)
      1) NP educational programs have evolved across the country attracting RNs eager for the challenge and professional growth that the new role can offer. In the relative infancy of this role comes the challenge of balancing ...
    • 1) Historicizing Discourses of Individualism in Alberta, Canada and 2) Discourses of Youth and Sexuality in the Province of the ‘Severely Normal’: Alberta in the 1990’s 

      Filax, Gloria (2010-06-23)
      1) Historicizing Discourses of Individualism in Alberta, Canada Discourses of individualism dominate popular narratives of Alberta identity and identification. One enduring story is of Albertans as rugged pioneers ...
    • 1) Reclaiming the Self: An Alternative Model to Professional Development and 2) Career Practitioner Education: Past, Present, Future 

      Peruniak, Geoff (2010-06-23)
      1) What started as an attempt to establish a chapter of the CDAA evolved into something quite different. Not only did a chapter not become established but no guest speakers appeared in the 3-year period the group has been ...
    • 1) Singing the Unspeakable: from ‘Sheath and Knife’ to ‘O Bondage, Up Yours! and 2) Pioneers, Friends, Rivals: Social Networks and the English Folksong Revival, 1889-1904 

      Gregory, David (2010-06-23)
      1) In their desire to shock their listeners, the British punk bands of the mid-late 1970s delighted in performing lyrics that extolled mob violence and sexual deviance. The Sex Pistols, the Clash, X-Ray Spex and Wire (among ...
    • Adaptive Assessment in Web-Based Learning 

      Wen, Dunwei (2010-06-23)
      Web-based assessment is used in different contexts with the aim to support students and help to make learning easier and more effective for them. Typically, the individual characteristics and needs of students are used to ...
    • Approaching 40: The Royal Commission on the Status of Women in Canada 

      Arscott, Jane (2010-06-23)
      Gender analysis is settling into comfortable middle age in the forty years since the creation of the Royal Commission on the Status of Women. The Royal Commission produced a case study in democratization and social inclusion ...
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      Ponto, Kathy (2010-06-23)
      I am an Editor in the School business; instructional design and asynchronous learning processes are important aspects of my job. I plan to attend \"Making Good Courses Better,\" \"Quality Matters Rubric to Enrich Online ...
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      Houry, Sami (2010-06-23)
      I will be a student among others who will be taking courses through MRIA\'s School of Marketing Research to obtain my CMRP designation. So far I have completed two courses and would like to receive funding to take two ...
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      Burwash, Travis (2010-06-23)
      The conference presents an opportunity for professionals involved in the support of Information Technology (IT) at institutions of higher education to network peers, learn and share ideas about supporting clients and ...
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      Chivers, Leslie (2010-06-23)
      1) PRE2: How to ... Web 2.0 PRESENTER: Matthew Winkel, The College of New Jersey ABSTRACT: Does this scenario sound familiar? 1.) You a attended a conference or webinar and learn about Web 2.0 tools. 2.) You decide ...
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      Voaklander, Mike (2010-06-23)
      The conference presents an opportunity for professionals involved in the support of Information Technology (IT) at institutions of higher education to network peers, learn and share ideas about supporting clients and ...
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      Day, Darlene (2010-06-23)
      The conference will provide the latest information on asynchronous learning programs, processes, packages, and protocols, is geared to both experienced professionals and interested newcomers to online learning.
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      Stovin, Derek (2010-06-23)
      Canadian Association of University Business Officials annual conference. I have recently taken on the position of Administrative Officer for the MAIS program and, as such, this is my relevent Canadian professional ...
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      Equah, Edward (2010-06-23)
      My level of involvement include attending pre-forum workshops as listed above where those institutional and enrolment management topics would be taught, conference sessions where papers on the above-listed topics would be ...
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      Kariel, Doug (2010-06-23)
      AU Library is currently implementing ERM as part of our Library system. Attendance and moderating the roundtable will help me know what is going on in other places and enable me to make changes in our system as ...
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      Luckay, Jennifer (2010-06-23)
      All creative, marketing, and communications professionals are invited to attend the UCDA Design Conference. At the conference you\'ll discover ideas, tools and techniques to make you more effective while inspiring creativity. ...
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      Moroz, Brent (2010-06-23)
      The conference presents an opportunity for professionals involved in the support of Information Technology (IT) at institutions of higher education to network peers, learn and share ideas about supporting clients and ...
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      Richards, Kevin (2010-06-23)
      The conference presents an opportunity for professionals involved in the support of Information Technology (IT) at institutions of higher education to network peers, learn and share ideas about supporting clients and ...
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      MacIsaac, Peggy Lynn (2010-06-23)
      This training opportunity is organized through COPPUL (Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries) and Statistics Canada’s Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), which provides access to Statistics Canada resources ...


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