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    • Formation of an ethnic enclave: Process and motivations 

      Kumar, Sandeep; Leung, Bonica (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2005)
      This article uses a case study of a street in Toronto populated predominantly by Chinese to explore why and how ethnic enclaves form. Interviews and detailed observations reveal that residents chose to move to the area ...
    • Forming preschoolers' environmental attitude : lasting effects of early childhood environmental education 

      Robertson, James S. (2009-05-23)
      Since 1987, the Kerry Wood Nature Centre has run a nature preschool for three-five old children. This study shows the affect it had on the environmental attitudes of former participants, who were 10-12 years old at the ...
    • Fort Rupert 

      Barraclough, Ed (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1994)
      Audio recording and transcript of two brief presentations given by Ed Barraclough to the Nanaimo Historical Society in 1994 about Fort Rupert. In the first presentation, given in October 1994, Barraclough gives a history ...
    • Fort St. John, B.C., Alaska Highway 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1950)
      Black and white postcard of Fort St. John, Alaska Highway.
    • Fortune City 1 

      Fortune City (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 5/26/2016)
      Menu from Fortune City restaurant in Vancouver, BC. The light gray menu (p.1) is specific to post-funeral gatherings. The pink menu (p.2&3) is specific to celebratory occasions. The yellow menu (p.4&5) is specific for ...
    • Fortune City 2 

      Fortune City (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 5/26/2016)
      Menu from Fortune City restaurant in Vancouver, BC. Appetizer, soup, hot pot, seafood, chicken, beef & pork, vegetables, chow mein, fried rice & vermicelli.
    • Forty years of medicine in Nanaimo: Memories 

      McKerricher, Don (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1992-04-09)
      Audio recording of Dr. Don McKerricher's April 1992 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society about his life and experience as an eye specialist in Nanaimo.
    • Fossils of Vancouver Island 

      Johnstone, Sandra (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2013)
      An overview of the most interesting and most common fossils of Vancouver Island.
    • Fostering a collaborative culture through effective business practice at NAIT 

      Giordano, Sabrina (2015-07-03)
      This organizational leadership project investigated how the employees at Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) may enhance their collaboration across departments, in particular, when managing key data systems. ...
    • Fostering effective pedagogical relationships with middle school girls with exceptionalities 

      Chao, Ada (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2020)
      Building effective pedagogical relationships between two people is a critical aspect in the field of Education. This study investigated the perspectives and strategies used by grade 6/7 Learning Resource and Classroom ...
    • Fostering innovation in sustainable tourism 

      Thuot, Lea; Vaugeois, Nicole; Maher, Patrick (Rural Development Institute, 2010)
      Sustainable tourism development has been a topic of considerable research and policy reflection across Canada for the past two decades. Sustainability is especially important to people in rural areas, since tourism products ...
    • Fostering openness within a higher education institution: Tensions, opportunities and a work in progress 

      Childs, Elizabeth; Axe, Jo; Veletsianos, George; Webster, Keith (Brill | Sense Publishers, 2020)
      At our institution, the authors have engaged in open practices and have sought to promote a culture of openness. In this chapter, we discuss factors that we have identified as fostering a culture of openness at school, ...
    • Fostering openness within a higher education institution: Tensions, opportunities and a work in progress 

      Childs, Elizabeth; Axe, Jo; Veletsianos, George; Webster, Keith (Brill | Sense Publishers, 2020)
      At our institution, the authors have engaged in open practices and have sought to promote a culture of openness. In this chapter, we discuss factors that we have identified as fostering a culture of openness at school, ...
    • Fostering openness within a higher education institution: Tensions, opportunities and a work in progress 

      Childs, Elizabeth; Axe, Jo; Veletsianos, George; Webster, Keith (Brill | Sense Publishers, 2020)
      At our institution, the authors have engaged in open practices and have sought to promote a culture of openness. In this chapter, we discuss factors that we have identified as fostering a culture of openness at school, ...
    • Fostering research uptake and evidence-use in applied clinical settings 

      Grose, Laura (2014-07-28)
      Radiation Therapy health care practitioners need access to actionable, evidence-based, and solution-focused research in order to make the best clinical decisions possible. This paper presents a qualitative case study which ...
    • Fostering skills that support deep reading and thinking in adolescents 

      Knight, Christine J. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021)
      The world is changing, and with increasing reliance on technology, many young readers are losing the ability to focus on reading and are not thinking deeply about what they are reading. Just as they skim and hop through ...
    • Fostering skills that support deep reading and thinking in adolescents 

      Knight, Christine J. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021)
      The world is changing, and with increasing reliance on technology, many young readers are losing the ability to focus on reading and are not thinking deeply about what they are reading. Just as they skim and hop through ...
    • Fostering social presence on the virtual learning teams in the Master of Arts programs in the School of Education and Technology at Royal Roads University 

      Stone, Jennifer (2017-06-16)
      Social presence is a key factor in student satisfaction and success in online courses and a marker for whether one has an online learning experience that is engaged, vibrant, and connected, or simply perfunctory. Royal ...
    • Fostering student self-assessment confidence and skill 

      Keen, Noreen A. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018)
      The present study was created to develop students’ confidence (self-efficacy) and skill (expertise) to self-assess their own writing. The literature suggested that the self-assessment process is designed to enable students ...
    • Fostering success 

      Barclay, Ruby (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-03-29)
      Poster outlining a project to partner with the Tuition Wavier Program at Vancouver Island University to create a campus of support for students who have experienced government care.