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Teaching Crowds: Learning and Social Media

by Jon Dron & Terry Anderson

n Teaching Crowds, Dron and Anderson introduce a new model for understanding and exploiting the pedagogical potential of Web-based technologies, one that rests on connections - on networks and collectives -...


Online Distance Education: Towards a Research Agenda

by Olaf Zawacki-Richter & Terry Anderson

Online Distance Education provides a systematic overview of the major issues, trends, and areas of priority in research on online distance education. Intended as a primary reference and guide for educators,...


The Letters of Vincent van Gogh: A Critical Study

by Patrick Grant

The Letters of Vincent van Gogh is a long-awaited critical assessment of Vincent Van Gogh's more than eight hundred letters. As Grant demonstrates, quite apart from furnishing a highly revealing self-portrait...


Film and the City: The Urban Imaginary in Canadian Cinema

by George Melnyk

Film and the City is the first comprehensive study of Canadian film and "urbanity"-the totality of urban life and culture. Building upon issues of identity formation in Canadian studies, Melnyk considers how...


Transparent Lives: Surveillance in Canada

by Colin J. Bennett, Kevin D. Haggerty & David Lyon

The work of a multidisciplinary research team, Transparent Lives explains why and how surveillance is expanding-mostly unchecked-into every facet of our lives.


Strategic Nonviolent Power: The Science of Satyagraha

by Mark A. Mattaini

Strategic Nonviolent Power proposes that the route to what Mohandas Gandhi described as "the undreamt of and seemingly impossible discoveries" of nonviolent resistance is the application of science. After reviewing...


Teaching Health Professionals Online: Frameworks and Strategies

by Sherri Melrose, Caroline Park & Beth Perry

Intended for a wide range of health care professionals-nurses, social workers, occupational and radiation therapists, chiropractors, dietitians, and dental hygienists-who deliver online classes, this compendium...


Development Derailed: Calgary and the CPR , 1962-64

by Max Foran

Development Derailed unravels a fascinating story of how politics undermined promise. The text outlines a proposal put forth in 1962 to develop the lands held by the Canadian Pacific Railway in downtown Calgary....


The Acute-Care Nurse Practitioner: A Transformational Journey

by Judy Rashotte

The Acute-Care Nurse Practitioner is based on in-depth interviews with twenty-six nurse practitioners working in acute-care settings within tertiary-care institutions all across Canada. Employing a hermeneutic...


Teaching in Blended Learning Environments: Creating and Sustaining Communities of Inquiry

by Norman D. Vaughan, Martha Cleveland-Innes & D. Randy Garrison

Teaching in Blended Learning Environments provides a coherent framework in which to explore the transformative concept of blended learning-the organic integration of complementary face-to-face and online approaches...


Xwelíqwiya: The Life of a Stó:lo Matriarch

by Rena Point Bolton & Richard Daly

Xwelíqwiya is the life story of Rena Point Bolton, a Stó:lō matriarch, artist, and craftswoman.


Game-Day Gangsters: Crime and Deviance in Canadian Football

by Curtis Fogel

In the complicated interaction between sport and law, much is revealed about the perception and understanding of consent and tolerable deviance. When a football player steps onto the field, what deviations from...


Mind, Body, World: Foundations of Cognitive Science

by Michael R. W. Dawson

Cognitive science arose in the 1950s when it became apparent that a number of disciplines, including psychology, computer science, linguistics, and philosophy, were fragmenting. Perhaps owing to the field's...


The Lays of Marie de France

by David R. Slavitt

The twelve "lays" of Marie de France, the earliest known French woman poet, are here presented in sprightly English verse by translator David R. Slavitt. Traditional Breton folk tales were the raw material for...


A Metaphoric Mind: Selected Writings of Joseph Couture

by Ruth Couture & Virginia McGowan

Dr. Joseph Couture (1930-2007), known affectionately as "Dr. Joe," stood at the centre of some of the greatest political, social, and intellectual struggles of Aboriginal peoples in contemporary Canada. A profound...


Sociocultural Systems: Principles of Structure and Change

by Frank W. Elwell

This work details a comprehensive systems view of society that summarizes the paradigm of macrosociology. This work details a comprehensive systems view of society that summarizes the paradigm of macrosociology....


The Undiscovered Country: Essays in Canadian Intellectual Culture

by Ian Angus

In this sequence of essays, Ian Angus engages with themes of identity, power, and the nation as they emerge in contemporary English Canadian philosophical thought, seeking to prepare the groundwork for a critical...


Man Proposes, God Disposes: Recollections of a French Pioneer

by Pierre Maturié, Vivien Bosley & Robert Wardhaugh

A crystal clear evocation of another time and place and a compelling meditation on hope and loss.


Reel Time: Movie Exhibitors and Movie Audiences in Prairie Canada, 1896 to 1986

by Robert M. Seiler & Tamara P. Seiler

In this authoritative work, Seiler and Seiler argues that the establishment and development of moviegoing and movie exhibition in Prairie Canada is best understood in the context of changing late-nineteenth-century...


Sefer

by Ewa Lipska, Barbara Bogoczek & Tony Howard

Poetic, witty, and ever so faintly surreal, Sefer delicately explores the legacy of the Holocaust for the postwar generation, a generation for whom a devastating history has grown distant, both temporally and...