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    • Effects of ocean acidification combined with multiple stressors on early life stages of the pacific purple sea urchin 

      Stavroff, Leslie-Anne (2014-05-07)
      Decreases in ocean pH through ocean acidification has shown to have direct negative impacts on the early life stages of the Pacific purple sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Research has suggested that multiple ...
    • Eight patterns of open textbook adoption in British Columbia 

      Barker, Jennifer; Jeffrey, Ken; Jhangiani, Rajiv Sunil; Veletsianos, George (International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 2018)
      Since the launch of the BC Open Textbook Project in 2012, the adoption of open textbooks has steadily grown within public post-secondary institutions in British Columbia, Canada. An analysis of adoption records over a ...
    • Elevator pitch : Buddy Bike Inc. 

      Mastropietro, Lorraine (2010-09-18)
      Introduces the Buddy Bike, a side-by-side tandem bicycle that allows riders to "interact as equals while still enjoying an active bicycle adventure".
    • Elevator pitch : Davidson Enterprises 

      Porter, Gaelan (2010-09-15)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes Dunbar Heights assisted living facility for affluent seniors in Vancouver's West Side.
    • Elevator pitch : GetThreeQuotes.com 

      Van Dam, Brad (2010-09-15)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes getthreequotes.com, an online service that lets contractors bid on consumer home ...
    • Elevator pitch : In Play Golf System 

      Lafortune, Billy-Joe (2010-09-22)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes an embedded chip embedded system that enables users to locate golf balls lost in the ...
    • Elevator pitch : Lass-e GPS Tracking System 

      Chong, Roy (2010-07-08)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes a micro-GPS tracking device for children called Lass-e.
    • Elevator pitch : The Mill Spa and Wellness Centre 

      Connors, Tammy (2010-09-15)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes The Mill Spa Wellness Centre, a 15,000 square foot heritage property in downtown Ottawa.
    • Elevator pitch : What2Cook 

      Urbinsky, Kelly (2011-02-26)
      A 30-second 'elevator pitch' for Bachelor of Commerce in Entrepreneurial Management course ENMN313 (Entrepreneurial Expertise). Describes What2Cook, a recipe and meal planning smart-phone application targeted at tech-savvy ...
    • Embedding Just culture in healthcare quality assurance reviews 

      Stelmaschuk, Roxanne Lei McGray
      Patient safety and being a high-reliability organization are priorities for Alberta Health Services (AHS), the largest publicly funded healthcare organization in Canada. The just culture promotes learning and supportive ...
    • Embedding sustainability into practice : redesigning management accounting curriculum in higher education 

      Rasnick, Deborah Laura (2013-07-02)
      This study explores how higher education can enable the management accounting curriculum to include sustainability content and learning outcomes to encourage future accountants and leaders to use such information in ...
    • Emergency management and civil liberties in the post 9/11 era 

      Maraj, Sean
      This paper argues that in the post 9/11 era, the emergency management field is shifting toward the civil defence model that existed in the Cold War Era. Since the 1970s the emergency management field has focused on natural ...
    • Emotive use of language in annual municipal financial reports 

      Heath, Mirjana
      Each year a number of Canadian municipalities issue their annual financial report presenting to their respective residents the summary of the fiscal year. These reports facilitate emotive use of language impacting the ...
    • Employee pro-environmental behaviours : workplace culture as a driver for social change 

      Turnbull Loverock, Deanne L. (2010-12-16)
      Our behaviour is not changing fast enough to stop the environmental damage that is occurring. Many people will not voluntarily change their behaviours if there is no immediate benefit to them - this creates the need for a ...
    • EnALI: A research and design framework for virtual characters and pedagogical agents 

      Veletsianos, George; Miller, Charles; Doering, Aaron (Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2009)
      Conflicts occur when learners interact with pedagogical agents and virtual characters. Such conflicts – arising from technological limitations, psychosocial perceptions, and pedagogical inadequacies – hinder communication ...
    • Encouraging employee green behaviour among K-12 custodians to support district sustainability goals 

      Ralston, Emilie (2016-03-31)
      School districts in British Columbia are increasingly demonstrating their commitment to environmental responsibility through their programming, policies, and practices. All stakeholders in a school district have the ...
    • Endurance and evanescence : on the practice and performance of silence and meditation 

      Goodwin, Kathryn (2013-07-03)
      Through the use of autoethnography (Bochner & Ellis, 2000) and ethnodramatic performance (Saladana, 2003) this thesis presents an articulation of how the practice of meditation and silence influences identity and communication. ...
    • Energy usage in a Through-Air-Dried (TAD) premium-tissue product utilizing recycled fiber 

      Burton, Greg (2010-03-16)
      Does the inclusion of recycled fiber in the Through-Air-Dried (TAD) manufacturing process of a virgin-fiber premium-grade tissue product positively impact the manufacturing process and product? This question is explored ...
    • Engagement in online learning: It’s not all about faculty! 

      Bishop, Kathy; Etmanski, Catherine; Page, M. Beth (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018)
      In this chapter, we, the authors Bishop, Etmanski and Page, argue for the need to disrupt the traditional notion of faculty solely as expert. We redefine the online faculty role to be that of a facilitator who creates the ...
    • Engagement in online learning: It’s not all about faculty! 

      Bishop, Kathy; Etmanski, Catherine; Page, M. Beth (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018)
      In this chapter, we, the authors Bishop, Etmanski and Page, argue for the need to disrupt the traditional notion of faculty solely as expert. We redefine the online faculty role to be that of a facilitator who creates the ...