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  • Becker, Katrin (Consortium for Computing Science in Colleges, 2006)
    Much attention has been paid in recent years to finding more flexible and less prescriptive approaches to the design of instruction than those put forward during the latter part of the twentieth century. A view of instruction ...
  • Unknown author (http://www.isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2013Symposium/index.html, 2013-11)
  • Unknown author (http://www.isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2014Symposium/index.html, 2014-11)
  • Unknown author (Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Mount Royal Universityhttp://www.isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2015Symposium/index.html, 2015-11)
    6th Annual Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Banff, Alberta Canada November 12 - 14, 2015. This gathering of teacher/scholars is a practitioner’s conference dedicated to developing teaching and ...
  • Becker, Katrin (IEEE, 2015-10)
    Videogames are interactive by nature - people proceed in games by doing things, and this experiential quality lies at the very core of game design. Without interaction, it isn’t a game. Videogames are popular precisely ...
  • Becker, Katrin (Canadian Network for Innovation In Education, 2014)
    Videogames are interactive by nature - people proceed in games by doing things, and this experiential quality lies at the very core of game design. Without interaction, it isn’t a game. Videogames are popular precisely ...
  • Becker, Katrin (University of Calgary, 2007)
    Not sure if games are good or bad for us? Not sure how much of what you hear is hype and how much is real? Want to know what it is that has your students so pre-occupied? For many of today’s generation, digital games are ...
  • McNutt, Krysta; Christiansen, Erik ( 2016-11-09)
    This presentation provides an overview of two online toolkits created for the Alberta Open Educational Resources Initiative. The Champion's Toolkit provides strategies for promoting OER at educational institutions. The ...
  • Becker, Katrin; Parker, J. R. (University of Calgary, 2005)
    The quest for interesting, engaging, yet doable programming assignments is an ongoing one. Authentic, realistic examples have often been drawn from business, and games have often been overlooked as being too narrow in ...
  • Smith, Erika E. (Canadian Journal of University Continuing Educationhttp://www.cjuce.ca/, 2013)
    Over the past decade, Prensky’s distinctions between “digital immigrants” and “digital natives” have been oft-referenced. Much has been written about digital native students as a part of the Net generation or as Millennials. ...
  • Becker, Katrin (University of Calgary, 2005)
    Have you ever watched a child or teenager playing a videogame they really liked? Do you wonder what it is about this game that has them so completely engrossed? Part of the answer is that games are motivating, rewarding, ...
  • Becker, Katrin (University of Calgary, 2003)
    Students in first year often begin with dramatically different backgrounds and abilities. In an effort to address the needs of all, varying levels of completion (stages) can be described in the assignment specifications.
  • Becker, Katrin (University of Calgary, 2007)
    One way to understand how a particular medium can be used effectively in education is to study its outstanding examples, regardless of their original purpose. The argument can be made that many of the most successful ...
  • Finch, David J.; Deephouse, David; O’Reilly, Norm; Foster, William; Falkenberg, Loren; Hillenbrand, Carola; Massie, Tyler; Strong, Mackenzie (Mount Royal University, 2015-12-21)
    BUSINESS SCHOOLS IN CANADA — Today business schools educate one in five university students who have the primary goal to develop the business skills and knowledge to support career success. To be able to deliver on this ...
  • Dosani, Aliyah; Hemraj, Jena; Premji, Shahirose S.; Currie, Genevieve; Reilly, Sandra M.; Lodha, Abhay K.; Young, Marilyn; Hall, Marc (International Breastfeeding JournalDosani, A., Hemraj, J., Premji, S. S., Currie, G., Reilly, S. M., Lodha, A. K., Young, M., & Hall, M. (2017). Breastfeeding the late preterm infant: experiences of mothers and perceptions of public health nurses. International Breastfeeding Journal, 12(1), 23. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s13006-017-0114-0, 2017)
    Background: The promotion and maintenance of breastfeeding with late preterm infants (LPIs) remain under examined topics of study. This dearth of research knowledge, especially for this population at-risk for various health ...
  • Pettit, Jennifer; Rathburn, Melanie; Calvert, Victoria; Lexier, Roberta; Underwood, Margot; Gleeson, Judy; Dean, Yasmin (Jossey-Basshttp://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tl.20239/full, 2017-06)
    This chapter describes a multidisciplinary faculty self-study about reciprocity in service-learning. The study began with each co-author participating in a Decoding interview. We describe how Decoding combined with ...
  • Angela, Laughton ( 2016)
    The Phillips seduction case, tried in a Lethbridge, Alberta court in 1922, reveals that the extent to which the law of seduction empowered women to pursue justice in cases of sexual assault was limited by the ways in which ...
  • MacMillan, Margy ( 2012)
    Presentation for Centennial Symposium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • MacMillan, Margy ( 2016)
  • McNally, Michael; Christiansen, Erik ( 2016-12-07)
    This presentation examines the continuum from closed to open for both open educational resources in general and open courses. The presentation evaluates what instructional choices are needed to increase openness. In this ...