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  • Miller-Young, Janice ( 2015-04-30)
    Presentation to Mount Royal's BBA Summit (attended by Medicine Hat College and Red Deer College colleagues) addressing what is Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and how to get started.
  • Advancing Scholarly Reputation Working Group; Finch, David J.; Pavelka, Joe; Cross, Marlena; Massie, Tyler; Hayman, Richard; McLean, Alanda; MacMillan, Margy; Vanderwerff, Madelaine; Design4Change (Mount Royal University/ Design4Change, 2015-12-21)
    This tool kit is intended to help scholars plan, conduct, and evaluate efforts to mobilize knowledge to different audiences. We hope that this framework will promote a systematic approach to knowledge mobilization and ...
  • Engler, Steven (Brillhttp://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/15685276/50/4, 2003)
    This paper evaluates claims that classical Ayurveda was scientific, in a modern western sense, and that the many religious and magical elements found in the texts were all either stale Vedic remnants or later brahminic ...
  • Salyers, Vince; Carter, Lorraine; Carter, Alanna; Myers, Sue; Barrett, Penelope (Athabasca Presshttp://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl, 2014-12)
    While e-learning is now characterized by a past and trends within that past, there continues to be uncertainty about how e-learning is defined and conceptualized, whether or not we like e-learning, and whether or not it ...
  • Becker, Katrin; Gopin, Elisa (ETC Press, 2016)
    Digital games are being used more and more often as teaching resources in the classroom (Habgood & Ainsworth, 2011). Some are games designed specifically for educational purposes, and others—commonly known as COTS (commercial ...
  • MacMillan, Margy ( 2006)
    Presentation for LOEX of the West Conference.
  • Morin, Alain (Social and Personality Psychology Compasshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291751-9004, 2011)
    Self-awareness represents the capacity of becoming the object of one’s own attention. In this state one actively identifies, processes, and stores information about the self. This paper surveys the self-awareness literature ...
  • Morin, Alain (Lateralityhttp://www.tandfonline.com/toc/plat20/current, 2010)
    A fashionable view in comparative psychology states that primates possess self-awareness because they exhibit mirror self-recognition (MSR), which in turn makes it possible to infer mental states in others (‘‘theory-of-mind’’; ...
  • Jakubec, Sonya ( 2016)
    The roles of place & belonging on wellbeing are increasingly understood. Seniors are increasingly living in suburbs – though little is known about the strengths, strategies and struggles! The views of seniors were the place ...
  • Becker, Katrin; Parker, J. R. (University of Calgary, 2007)
    There has been significant recent interest in computer games in University and College curricula as a way to teach early computer science, to attract more students into the program, to teach advanced concepts, and to help ...
  • Tavcer, D. Scharie; Trussler, Tanya; Loutit, Keri-Ann (Mount Royal University, 2016)
    As well as pinpointing gaps in available literature on adult sexual assault in Alberta, this study is focused on identifying the underlying issues that lead to the discrepancies in the number of police-reported sexual ...
  • Smith, Erika E. (Springer Openhttp://educationaltechnologyjournal.springeropen.com/, 2017-04-07)
    This study investigates the core categories and characteristics of the social media technologies (SMTs) that undergraduate students choose to use in their own learning, outside of the formal curriculum. Within a mixed ...
  • Hayman, Richard (Evidence Based Library and Information Practicehttps://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/index, 2016)
    A Review of: Peekhaus, W., & Proferes, N. (2015). How library and information science faculty perceive and engage with open access. Journal of Information Science, 41(5), 640-661. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0165551515587 ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice; Yeo, Michelle; Manarin, Karen; Carey, Miriam (5th Annual Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learninghttp://www.isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2014Symposium/index.html, 2014-11)
    Mount Royal’s Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning has now operated the Nexen Scholars Program for 5 years. However, before now, the outcomes of the program have not been systematically investigated except ...
  • Miller-Young, Janice; Yeo, Michelle; Manarin, Karen; Carey, Miriam; Zimmer, Jim (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)1536-0768, 2016)
    This chapter briefly describes the SoTL research development program and context at Mount Royal University, reports initial results from a study of the program’s impact on participants’ teaching and scholarly activities, ...
  • Manarin, Karen ( 2011)
  • Liboiron, Alice; Garbutt, Kendra; Moorman, Lynn; Hill, Dorothy P.; Panesar, Nisha ( 2018-07)
  • MacMillan, Margy; MacKenzie, Allison ( 2012)
    Paper presented at the 33rd Annual IATUL [International Association of Scientific and Technological University Libraries] Conference.
  • Hayman, Richard (Evidence Based Library and Information Practicehttps://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/index, 2015)
    A Review of: Scarletto, E. A., Burhanna, K. J., & Richardson, E. (2013). Wide awake at 4 AM: A study of late night user behavior, perceptions and performance at an academic library. Journal of Academic Librarianship, ...
  • Becker, Katrin (Journal of Game Design and Development Educationhttp://www.rit.edu/gccis/gameeducationjournal/, 2011)
    Before researchers can perform studies using commercial games, they must choose which game or games to study. The manner in which that choice is made and justified is the focus of this paper. Ideally, research informs ...