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    • Not just something you put in a frying pan and give to your family : children's meaning making and salmon restoration 

      Fridriksson, Kara Elyse (2013-06-04)
      Research for this study built on the experience of salmon restoration by exploring the lived experience of children ages eight to 12 who participated in an eight-month salmon restoration education program, the Salmonid ...
    • Not yourself when you're hungry?: Hunger induced cognitive and emotional states 

      Crann-Adair, Sarah (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2019-04-09)
      Poster exploring research into hunger induced cognitive and emotional states.
    • Notes and sketches of Presque Isle Bay, at Erie, Pa. 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1886)
      Antique magazine engraving illustrating men at work in the fish industry, handling fish, nets and barrels. They appear to be working at a processing facility at the edge of the bay as there are boats along side.
    • Notes from a captive : on improvisation, ethical communication and being held hostage 

      Cameron, Zanne (2009-10-22)
      This existential phenomenological research paper is undertaken to explore communication where responsibility to the other is paramount. To do so, the researcher immersed herself in two settings: a jazz duo, and a not-for-profit ...
    • Noticing nearby nature : mindfulness as a pathway to nature connectedness 

      Ferguson, Stephanie (2020-08-25)
      Paying mindful attention to our physical surroundings can be an important practice for developing and deepening nature connectedness. Fostering such connectedness is often a central goal of environmental education and has ...
    • Le nouveau plan d'urbanisme de Montréal 

      Sainte-Marie, Pierre; Conant, Stéphane (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2004)
      Le Sommet de Montréal de juin 2002 a rassemblé des citoyens et des acteurs en provenance de divers milieux dans le but de refléter et d'articuler leur vision pour le futur de la Ville. Les participants ont fait ressortir ...
    • Nouvelles réalités régionales, nouvelles pratiques d'urbanisme : Un exemple, le logement social 

      Goulet, François (Canadian Institute of Planners, 1999)
      Pour les urbanistes, le phénomène de régionalisarion de l'urbain a des impacts bien au delà de I'organisation et de la planification du territoire. Transports, environnement, santé ... ; tous les champs de practiques ...
    • Nui Garden 1 

      Nui Garden (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, Jul-16)
      Menu from Nui Garden restaurant in Richmond, BC. Chiu chow style noodles combos, noodle in soup, vermicelli, rice noodle, congee, seasonal vegetables, side dishes, selected toppings on steamed rice, curry, not pot, satay ...
    • Nui Garden 2 

      Nui Garden (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, Jul-16)
      Menu from Nui Garden restaurant in Richmond, BC. Party tray.
    • Number One Mine after the great explosion of 1887 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1887)
      On May 3, 1887 the worst mining disaster in Nanaimo's history occurred at the large Number One Mine. In 1886, a new ventilation system had been installed at the mine. When the mine was rocked by a large explosion on May 3 ...
    • Nurses' perception of readiness for mass casualty events involving children 

      Thuss, Rosemary (2020-04-24)
      After a mass casualty event, there is an expectation that hospitals will safely care for all patients—adults and children alike—who require medical and non-medical attention, regardless of any challenges they may face. ...
    • Nursing and Native Peoples in northern Saskatchewan: 1930s-1950s 

      Meijer Drees, Laurie; McBain, Lesley (Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, 2001)
      The aim of this research is to investigate the role of nurses in northern Saskatchewan Aboriginal communities in Canada between 1930 and the 1950s. During and after the war, the federal government began sharing its ...
    • Nursing students & nutrition at Khowhemun Elementary School 

      Bailey, Tessa; Campagne, Maddy; Cote, Katie; Gardner, Kanon; Lee, Rosie (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018-04-12)
      Poster highlighting VIU nursing students' experiences collaborating with teachers, students, and community members to implement nutrition programs at Khowhemun Elementary School in Duncan, B.C.
    • Nursing students at VIU: Healthy U Cowichan 

      Boland, Candace; Savage, Samantha; Ralfs, Alexandra; O'Halloran, Trish; Stewart, Courtenay (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018-04-12)
      As a group of nursing students working in the community at VIU Cowichan, Healthy-U seeks to learn what the most common and significant student stressors exist for the student population.
    • Nursing team dynamics : communication, culture, collaboration 

      Bateman, Teresa (2011-08-05)
      There is abundant evidence verifying that patients benefit when nurses communicate better; therefore improving team dynamics will positively impact patient care and improve nurse engagement resulting in many positive ...
    • Nurturing narratives in an intergenerational garden 

      Tulloch, Bonnie (2016-03-31)
      This study constituted a phenomenological inquiry into a group of older adult volunteers who were involved in guiding and interpretive work with groups of children in Linking Intergenerational Friends of the Environment ...
    • Nurturing our community of practice : collaborating to strengthen face-to-face communication among the staff of Hamilton District Christian High 

      Webb, Cheryl Anne (2020-07-14)
      This project asked “By what means can the staff of Hamilton District Christian High nurture our Community of Practice?” Framed by action research engagement and insider action research, the inquiry allowed staff participants ...
    • O theodicy: John Milton’s circular theodicy as teleological argument in Paradise Lost 

      Barton, Tyeson Davies (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018)
    • Obirin students at Malaspina 

      Malaspina College, A/V Dept. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1986)
      Presents a documentary on the Obirin College students' stay at Malaspina College in 1986. It shows the students in the classroom, at recreation, social life and with host families.
    • Object oriented programming with a limited instruction set 

      Roberts, Eric; Pye, Justin (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2017-03-29)
      Poster detailing project to design a compiler for a simple stack based computer (SSBC) which will take high level language with object oriented features, such as C++, and compile it into SSBC machine code. This shows that ...