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    • The K = 2 conundrum 

      Janes, Jasmine K.; Miller, Joshua M.; Dupuis, Julian R.; Malenfant, René; Gorrell, Jamieson C.; Cullingham, Catherine I.; Andrew, Rose L. (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2017-07)
      Assessments of population genetic structure have become an increasing focus as they can provide valuable insight into patterns of migration and gene flow. STRUCTURE, the most highly cited of several clustering-based ...
    • The Kalabsha Gateway 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1970)
      Colour postcard of the Kalabsha gateway in the Agyptisches Museum in Berlin, Germany.
    • Kalith Nanayakkara introduces the concept of student co-ops in Canada 

      Nanayakkara, Kalith (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021)
      Building equitable, accessible and affordable campuses through Co-operatives. Webinars discussing co-operatives, what they are and how they could make for more equitable and accessible campus communities. Co-op webinar 1. ...
    • Kan's 

      Kan's (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/18/2016)
      Menu from Kan's restaurant in San Francisco, CA. Red wines, rose wines, white wines, Kan's wine feature, champagne and sparkling wines, Kan's appeteasers, Kan's exotic drinks.
    • Kan's 2 

      Kan's (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1953)
      Menu from Kan's restaurant in San Francisco, CA. Soups, vegetables, eggs, meat, chicken, duck, curry, fish, rice, noodles, desserts, Kan's nine course Peking duck dinner.
    • Kanaka: The untold story of Hawaiian pioneers in British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest 

      Koppel, Tom (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1997-02-13)
      Audio recording of Tom Koppel's February 1997 presentation to the Nanaimo Historical Society about the people from Hawaii who came to the Pacific Northwest during the 19th century, mainly to serve the Hudson's Bay Company ...
    • Keeping an eye on the prize: Embedding planned benefits into project delivery 

      Kravis, Reiner; Engel-Yan, Joshua (Canadian Institute of Planners, 2018-06)
      How do effective organizations ensure that intended outcomes of large infrastructure investments are realized? There is a risk that the planned benefits of a project can be overlooked when a project is handed from ...
    • "Kennewick Man" neither Native American nor Indigenous to Columbia River Valley, says federal archaeologist 

      Hutchings, Richard (Archaeological Society of British Columbia, 2012)
      Fifteen years have passed since his resting place on the banks of the Columbia River was first disturbed, yet the 9500 year-old Ancient One (“Kennewick Man”) remains politically as divisive a figure as ever. This is in ...
    • Kentucky Trail Town program: Facilitating communities capitalizing on adventure tourism for community and economic development 

      Koo, Jayoung (VIU Publications, 2019-09)
      Since 2012, the state-wide Kentucky Trail Town program has been guiding Kentucky communities located in geographically advantageous areas to capitalize on adventure tourism through a systematic trail-based community and ...
    • Key concepts section 

      Anthon, Dan; Belcher, Brian; Claus, Rachel; Davel, Rachel; Jones, Stephanie (2020-02-07)
    • Key design elements of self-regulation spaces within inclusive elementary school classrooms 

      Lesiuk, Jeanette A. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2018)
      Studies have shown that students who struggle with self-regulation often have increased difficulty meeting learning and behavioural demands in the typical classroom environment. Various researchers recommend the inclusion ...
    • Key ingredients for university leadership in fostering climate action 

      Alexander, Don (Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, 2022-11)
      British Columbia has been badly hit by the effects of the climate crisis over the past year. This makes examining university climate policies especially timely. In what follows, the policies of three universities are ...
    • The key sounds reading, spelling and writing approach in an inclusive classroom 

      Erickson, Caitlin (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2020)
      Learning the skills to read, spell and write proficiently is challenging for many people. Current research provides evidence that teaching children through a phonics-first program is the most effective way to teach ...
    • Kiang Nam Cafe 

      Kiang Nam Cafe (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 15/12/2015)
      Menu from Kiang Nam Caf̩ restaurant in Seattle, WA. Special dinner, chop suey, chow mein, noodles, specials, egg foo young, sandwiches, fried rice, spareribs, soups, mixers, desserts.
    • Kick It Over: The evolution of a journal 

      Alexander, Don (Between the Lines, 1988)
      An outline of the founding and development of the anarchist magazine "Kick It Over," which began publication in 1981.
    • Killing time: an analysis of the psychopath archetype in Doctor Who 

      Green, Chadwick (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021)
    • Kim House 

      Kim House (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 3/18/2016)
      Menu from Kim House restaurant in Vancouver, BC. Appetizer, salad, robata, nigiri sushi, sashimi, maki sushi, vegetarian maki sushi, tekami sushi, chirashi, tempura, teriyaki, yakisoba, yakiudon, udon, ramen, ronburi, new ...
    • Kim's Korean BBQ House 

      Kim's Korean BBQ House (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2014)
      Menu from Kim's Korean BBQ House restaurant in Nanaimo, BC. Soup menu, BBQ menu, BBQ combo, special meal, special dish.
    • Kindergarten transition practices: facilitators, barriers, and a cross-cultural comparison 

      Arshad, Jamshaid (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 2021)
      Kindergarten transition is a time that is challenging for all students as it is a significant shift in environments (Rimm-Kaufman & Pianta, 2000). However, it is an even more challenging time for students with disabilities, ...
    • King Neptune Sea Foods 

      King Neptune Sea Foods (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 9/22/2016)
      Menu from King Neptune Sea Foods restaurant in New Westminster, BC. Chef's special, appetizers and seafood cocktails, fish, deep fried fish and shell fish, shell fish, guide to good eating, smoked fish, salads and their ...