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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)
Using peer collaborative writing to improve second language skills Collaborative learning has been shown to have numerous benefits for students. When scaffolded and implemented effectively, it can help develop knowledge acquisition, as well as pro (More)
Using agency, identity, and beliefs to understand language-learning behaviours In the past, second-language (L2) learners were viewed in ‘either/or’ terms –as motivated or unmotivated, introverted or extroverted, and so on. As Dr. Subrata Bhow (More)
Teachers playing games to learn about game-based learning Designing Games Educational games are gaining momentum in schools as a way to engage and motivate students. Designing activities, lessons, and courses to be more ‘gameful’ – using (More)
Supporting higher education leaders as they transition into their roles Leaders in academia are crucial to creating vision, setting strategic approaches, and facilitating constructive and positive academic environments. As universities, colleges, (More)
Participatory Online Learning Environment for Undergraduate Field Experience Online learning environments that have purposefully designed learning activities and resources better support student learning. These online environments can provide pre- (More)