- Thu Apr 28th, 2016 | no comments
@The Beta Blog | Extra Extra! Tweet all about it!
Site Managers who want to display a Twitter feed on their site can use the Twitter Pull feature to create a block that will display an embedded timeline of tweets.»»MORE
- Thu Apr 28th, 2016 | no comments
@Office for Science & Society: From Our Contributors | Hepatitis A From Frozen Berries
On April 15, 2016, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced a food recall warning regarding the possible contamination with Hepatitis A, a viral liver disease, of the frozen fruit»»MORE
- Tue Apr 26th, 2016 | no comments
@Campus Life & Future Careers | What to do this Summer?
This is the last week of final exams (hallelujah!) which means that it is basically summer – well not officially, but you know what I mean. It’s time to drop»»MORE
- Mon Apr 25th, 2016 | no comments
@McLing | TOM 9: A Success.
The ninth Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal workshop in semantics (TOM 9) took place on Saturday, April 23, 2016, at McGill, in the Ballroom of Thomson House. The workshop was well attended and offered all»»MORE
- Fri Apr 22nd, 2016 | no comments
@Public Relations Programs | FREE student membership: Canadian Association of Marketing Professionals
The Canadian Association of Marketing Professionals (CAMP) is a Canadian based organization of marketers who collaborate, share insights and work to augment knowledge to elevate the marketing profession. CAMP's focus is on»»MORE
- Mon Apr 18th, 2016 | 4 comments
@Office for Science & Society | Cancer Charlatans
What makes people defend the indefensible? A prime example of this conundrum is the case of Antonella Carpenter, a 71 year old “alternative practitioner” who was convicted of conducting a»»MORE
- Mon Feb 29th, 2016 | no comments
@Religious Education & Security | Religious Education: A Tool for Countering Violent Extremism in Northern Nigeria
by Hadjara Shibkau
Nigeria returned to democracy in May 1999. Since then, armed non-state groups, largely using young men as foot soldiers, have significantly undermined the country’s internal security. Many»»MORE
- Thu Mar 31st, 2016 | no comments
@ | Go Loco For Labo!
Thanks to Circuit Labo for printing us some circuit boards. They provide us with high quality PCBs that we use at the heart of our electronics system and that we»»MORE
- Wed Mar 30th, 2016 | one comment
@Beyond the Shelf | ACA Colloquium 2016
by Ben Wrubel and Annelise Dowd
On February 12th, students and faculty gathered at the School of Information Studies for the Association of Canadian Archivists’ McGill Student Chapter’s 9th»»MORE
- Mon Mar 21st, 2016 | 2 comments
@Mental Health Promotion for Aboriginal Youth | Kuujjuarapik Trip, Winter 2016
This post is co-authored by Amanda Chalupa and Eli Oda Sheiner, team members at the Montreal site of the Listening to One Another program.
Amanda and Eli at the inuksuk»»MORE
- Wed Mar 16th, 2016 | 8 comments
@Chantier 7 Science Education Project | [Discussion]: Ohlsson's (2013) article - Beyond Evidence-based Formation: How normative ideas have constrained conceptual change research
Decades of research in science education – and our own experience of teaching science – suggest that students bring their intuitive or common sense explanations about the natural phenomena to»»MORE
- Fri Mar 4th, 2016 | no comments
@History of Human Rights in Canada | Intervention at UN Sub-Commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of the Minorities
By Houssemeddine Hammami
In a speech entitled “Intervention at UN Sub-Commission on the Prevention of Discrimination and the Protection of the Minorities” (1989), Humphrey states that the international mechanisms for»»MORE
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