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Willkommen: Deutsch für alle book cover

Willkommen: Deutsch für alle

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  332 H5P Activities    English (Canada)

Author(s): Claudia Kost and Crystal Sawatzky

Subject(s): Language teaching and learning material and coursework

Institution(s): University of Alberta

Publisher: University of Alberta Library

Last updated: 21/05/2024

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Canadian Settlement in Action: History and Future

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  42 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Alexandru Caldararu, Julie Clements, Rennais Gayle, Christina Hamer, Maria MacMinn Varvos, Lynn Sutankayo

Editor(s): Nicholle Carriere

Subject(s): Society and culture: general, Migration, immigration and emigration, Ethnic groups and multicultural studies, Racism and racial discrimination / Anti-racism, Social discrimination and social justice

Publisher: NorQuest College

Last updated: 21/05/2024

The OER textbook is an introduction to key issues in the settlement sector rather than a comprehensive exploration of this dynamic and multifaceted field. Maria MacMinn Varvos situates the history of settlement services in Canada, including a look at delivery models and perspectives. She also explores the relationship between literacy levels of women and its affect on their settlement. Alexandru Caldararu introduces and situates social justice and anti-oppressive practice in settlement worker practice. He also presents a detailed discussion on climate migration and its implications on settlement. Christina Hamer presents types of migration-related trauma and the mental health challenges many newcomers face before arriving in Canada. Rennais Gayle discusses the settlement experiences of older arriving immigrants, particularly focusing on family dynamics. In her chapter, Julie Clements provides an overview of how settlement workers can effectively navigate intercultural communication contexts. Lynn Sutankayo delves deeply into how related concepts in settlement act as a conduit towards further understanding of issues in gender, sexuality, and culture. While the textbook chapters can be read in the order presented, each chapter presents a unique issue and can also be enjoyed in non-sequential order.

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The Language of Medical Terminology II

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  43 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Susanne Erickson, Lisa Sturdy

Editor(s): Nicholle Carriere

Subject(s): Pharmacology

Institution(s): NorQuest College

Publisher: NorQuest College

Last updated: 14/05/2024

The Language of Medical Terminology II is an open educational resource (OER) that focuses on body systems, pathologies, and the medications used to treat those pathologies. Basic principles of pharmacology will be included throughout this OER and organized according to each body system. Review and key concepts will be shared in all chapters. This OER serves to provide the basic knowledge of pharmacology needed to work in the healthcare setting.

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Introduction to Psychology

CC BY (Attribution)  358 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Joanna McDouall

Subject(s): Psychology

Institution(s): Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Publisher: Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

Last updated: 08/05/2024

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Principles of Creativity in the Workplace

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): Rod Corbett, Kris Hans

Subject(s): Business innovation, Business and Management, Business strategy

Institution(s): Mount Royal University

Publisher: Mount Royal University Library

Last updated: 03/05/2024

Principles of Creativity in the Workplace is an educational resource designed primarily for the course MGMT 2275 at Mount Royal University, aimed at enhancing creativity in professional settings. It serves as a living document that includes a collection of principles, reflections, and resources to deepen the understanding of creativity. The book encourages interactive learning through stories, examples, videos, and linked articles, and challenges readers to apply the principles in real-world scenarios. Authored collaboratively online, it is expected to grow with contributions and is freely available under a Creative Commons license, making it a dynamic tool for anyone seeking to foster innovation and creativity in their workplace.
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Willkommen: Deutsch für alle 2

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  152 H5P Activities    English (Canada)

Author(s): Claudia Kost, Crystal Sawatzky

Subject(s): Language teaching and learning material and coursework

Institution(s): University of Alberta

Publisher: University of Alberta Library

Last updated: 03/04/2024

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Regulations and the Environment

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): Tim Taylor

Subject(s): Earth Sciences, Geography, Environment, Planning, Regulatory compliance

Institution(s): Mount Royal University

Publisher: Mount Royal University Library

Last updated: 15/03/2024

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OER by Discipline Guide: University of Calgary

CC BY (Attribution)  14 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Edited by Ramina Mukundan and Sarah Adams

Editor(s): Ramina Mukundan, Sarah Adams

Subject(s): Reference works, Education

Institution(s): University of Calgary

Publisher: University of Calgary

Last updated: 14/03/2024

The OER by Discipline Guide: University of Calgary developed by Libraries and Cultural Resources staff supports faculty in locating quality open educational resources in their subject area by providing curated lists of OER organized according to the faculties, departments, and subjects at UCalgary. The Open Educational Resources within this guide have been evaluated by faculty, librarians, and other relevant parties prior to inclusion. The lists of OER in each discipline are not intended to be comprehensive, but rather to provide a sample of the key resources available. This guide will be updated periodically as new resources are identified, evaluated, and adopted.

This book is a cloned version of OER by Discipline: University of Manitoba edited by University of Manitoba Libraries is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted. It has been adapted from the original source.

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The Boudreau Burnout Bibliography: 1957 to 2023

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English

Author(s): Bob Boudreau, Rumi Graham, Wyatt Boudreau, Rylan Boudreau

Subject(s): Personnel and human resources management, Health, Relationships and Personal development

Institution(s): University of Lethbridge

Publisher: University of Lethbridge

Last updated: 12/03/2024

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19th Century European Art History

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Author(s): Megan Bylsma

Editor(s): Megan Bylsma

Subject(s): History of art

Institution(s): Red Deer Polytechnic

Last updated: 25/02/2024

What happens when a class shares their collective knowledge about their subject, rather than hiding it away and stuffing it down in individual memory?
A textbook that is formed by the meeting of the minds!

As part of the ART 305 19th Century European Art History move to online during the pandemic, a collective project was born: creating a digital open-education resource, free to any who choose to access it, and a way for the individuals in class to be part of a greater community in an online learning environment.

With some chapters authored by the instructor of the class and others created by the students as a result of their term’s research, this text is a growing document that will encompass past, present, and future learners as their collective body of knowledge grows.

Within the parameters of 19th Century European Art History this text begins with the influence and beginnings of change during the Rococo era in France and progresses through time until the beginning of the 20th century. Each chapter marks a specific era or a specific artist and chapters are individually authored.