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Werklund’s orientation program supports students in online learning Higher educational institutions across the country are expanding their online programs, and the Werklund School of Education is no exception. With rapid technology changes and (More)
The potential of an international visiting scholars program to impact teaching and learning A research chat with PhD graduate Lisa Fedoruk Tell us about your research project. I was drawn to this topic based on my experience in higher education (More)
Comparing international student achievement levels from different admissions pathways There is a growing number of international students attending post-secondary institutions in OECD countries, many from nations where English is second or forei (More)
Unintended consequences of internationalization for LGBT scholars In recent years, efforts to promote equity and internationalization at post-secondary institutions have moved in parallel. Programs, policies, and other activities have strengthen (More)
How Alberta’s business schools and faculties are approaching entrepreneurship Although, the concept of an entrepreneurial university was first explored two decades ago, it is still an emerging field.  As part of both business education and entr (More)
Developing supports for university students with ASD Students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulty with social interaction and communication. Particularly during the transition to post-secondary life, these students may be v (More)