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  • Machines of the Air War 

    Geoff Bird (War Heritage Research Initiative, 2018-02-03)
    During the Second World War, Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) created a specialized unit called Bomber Command. The RAF’s mission was to conduct nighttime air attacks on enemy targets in occupied Europe. One-third of RAF ...
  • Main display 

    Anthon, Dan; Dick, Butch; Gait, Darlene; Petersen, Lauren; Antoine, Asma-na-hi; City of Colwood (2018-07-13)
  • Main wall 

    Dale, Ann; Cowell, Nancyanne; Clifton, Jaime; Anthon, Dan (2017-11-23)
  • Managing change : the measurement of teacher self-efficacy in technology-enhanced student-centred learning environments 

    Ferreira, Lucy Mary (2013-08-15)
    The aim of this research was to create a reliable and valid measure of teacher self-efficacy in relation to the use of technology for student-centred learning. This study introduces two scales, the Student-Centred Use of ...
  • Mapping bioregional place attachment in the Battle River Watershed 

    Olson, Nathalie
    The Make your Map project engaged volunteer participants to artistically identify special places in the Battle River watershed, and describe the values and experiences that make those locations significant. This research ...
  • Mapping motivations for a Canadian leisure experience : impact of social media engagement 

    Lee Rosen, Donna (2017-05-05)
    Mapping Motivations for a Canadian Leisure Experience seeks to reveal the impact social media has on the leisure tourist experience in Canada. Desired experiences vary from generation to generation. How influential are ...
  • Markets Drive the Specialization Strategies of Forest Peoples 

    Ruiz-Pérez, Manuel; Belcher, Brian; Achdiawan, Ramadhani; Alexiades, Miguel; Aubertin, Catherine; Caballero, Javier; Campbell, Bruce; Clement, Charles; Cunningham, Tony; Fantini, Alfredo; de Foresta, Hubert; Fernández, Carmen García; Gautam, Krishna H.; Martínez, Paul Hersch; de Jong, Wil; Kusters, Koen; Kutty, M. Govindan; López, Citlalli; Fu, Maoyi; Alfaro, Miguel Angel Martínez; Raghavan Nair, T.K.; Ndoye, Ousseynou; Ocampo, Rafael; Rai, Nitin; Ricker, Martin; Schreckenberg, Kate; Shackleton, Sheona; Shanley, Patricia; Sunderland, Terry; Youn, Yeo-Chang (Resilience Alliance, 2004)
    Engagement in the market changes the opportunities and strategies of forest-related peoples. Efforts to support rural development need to better understand the potential importance of markets and way people respond to them. ...
  • Masculinities and engaging older men at seniors’ centres through social marketing 

    Lockhart, Dustin John
    Older men are at risk for social isolation, which poses significant risks to their psychosocial health. Seniors’ centres offer opportunities for social support networks; however, older men attend far less than women. Social ...
  • Mattering and vulnerability : a phenomenological study of experiences within the community of inquiry 

    Nelson, Sarah (2014-07-15)
    Understanding how adults perceive learning experiences online can help institutions, administrators, instructional designers, and teachers to develop, design, and deliver programs that support, motivate, engage, and retain ...
  • Maynard Auction Catalogue 

    Maynard & Sons Auctioneers (1939-06)
    In her will, the widowed Laura Dunsmuir instructed her trustees to sell Hatley Park. In 1937, the property was valued at approximately $260 000 and cost about $1 500 a month to maintain which none of her children could ...
  • The Meanings of a Star: Interpreting Music Fans' Reviews 

    Vannini, Phillip (University of California Press, 2004-02)
    This article both elaborates on and empirically supports Norman Denzin's thesis on the political aesthetics of interpretation. Through a reading of consumer reviews, I discuss both the image and the music of the contemporary ...
  • Measuring global progress towards a transition away from mercury use in artisanal and small-scale gold mining 

    Koekkoek, Brenda (2013-02-05)
    A sustainable global program to reduce mercury use in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) will require the demonstration of credible, continuous progress to secure political support and financing, and ultimately ...
  • Measuring suppression : quantifying reductions in burn probability from initial attack 

    Reimer, Jonathan Lee
    Rapid suppression, or initial attack (IA), is the primary method of managing new fires, with relatively low costs and high containment rates. Factors contributing to containment are well understood, but consequences for ...
  • Memories of Earth Day : environmental education at special events 

    Desautels, Erin Ann (2011-02-04)
    Coinciding with the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, this research describes short and long term memories of participants who attended past and present Earth Day Celebrations in Surrey, BC, Canada. Particular interest was ...
  • Mennonite Conscientious Objectors 

    Geoff Bird (War Heritage Research Initiative, 2018-02-03)
    As a young teenager, Mennonite conscientious objector, Don Regier, read the book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, by Harriet Beecher Stowe, which solidified his belief that war could never be justified. When called to fight in the ...
  • Mentoring needs and expectations of Generation-Y human resources practitioners: Preparing the next wave of strategic business partners 

    Rekar-Munro, Carolin (Journal of Management Research, 2009)
    As organizations prepare for the arrival of Generation-Y HR practitioners as the next generation of strategic business partners in our 21st century workplaces, questions ignite about Generation-Y’s values and aspirations, ...
  • Mentre tu dormivi: Traghetti e pendolari in British Columbia [While you were asleep: Ferries and commuters in British Columbia] 

    Vannini, Phillip (Lo Squaderno: Explorations in Space and Society, 2014)
    Cultural critics have made of the commuter a modern popular culture stereotypical figure, characterized by habitual and automatic behavior. Tied to a security belt, hidden behind a newspaper, stuck inside a train coach, ...
  • Mesoscale features from TOPEX sea surface height data 

    Thurston, Kevin S. (Capt) (ProQuest, 1995)
    Satellite altimetry has been used in vanous studies to gain a better understanding of the world's oceans. These studies have varied from global circulation to studies on mesoscale activity. In the past, satellite altimeter ...
  • A message from the guest editor 

    Hartney, Elizabeth (Healthcare Management Forum, 2018)
    This special issue of the journal is focused on neuroleadership, specifically in relation to health leadership. A somewhat nebulous term, neuroleadership refers to an emerging movement within the leadership field, which ...
  • Metal bioaccessibility of soils in urban parks in Fredericton and Saint John, New Brunswick 

    Dupuis, Julia (2014-02-25)
    The purpose of this research was to determine the concentrations and bioaccessibility of metals in urban playground soils in the province of New Brunswick. Ten parks each were selected for sampling in Fredericton and Saint ...