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Shaping and Sharing Techniques for Sight-Singing
Kathryn Smith Bowers
Nov 19, 2013
Between John Cabot's discoveries in the New World and the turn of the new millennium lay five hundred years of a remarkable English and American choral music tradition. The body of choral literature on which this tradition...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Performance Accretion in Delay Compensation of Networked Control System Using Markov Approach-Based Randomness Estimation in Smith Predictor
By the second decade of the 21st century, there has been a multi-faceted technological development in the field of networked control system (NCS). This progression in NCS has not only revealed its significant applications in...
Published by: IGI Global
Alleviation of Delay in Tele-Surgical Operations Using Markov Approach-Based Smith Predictor
The acceptance of tele-robotics and teleoperations through networked control system (NCS) is increasing day-by-day. NCS involves the feedback control loop system wherein the control components such as actuators and sensors are...
Published by: IGI Global
Professional for a Day
Rosalynd Smith
Nov 19, 2013
This paper deals with a kind of music-making that is in a sense quite commonplace. Most large cities and many smaller ones have choirs of the kind I have referred to as symphonic choirs, and which are sometimes called...
Published by: Faculty of Education
“About Nothing Without Us”
Background: A growing body of literature demonstrates the value of autonomous organizations of people who use drugs (PUD) in education, mutual support, and policy debates. Simultaneously, over the past 10 years, Canada has...
Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education
Renee Dumaresque
Dec 14, 2019
This review highlights features of the anthology Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education: Mapping the Long View, edited by  by Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Eve Tuck, and K. Wayne Yang.
Socio-economic Inequality and the Rational Candidate
Kathryn Wesley
Oct 07, 2014
Socio-economic inequalities began increasing in many Western-liberal democratic countries, including Canada and the United States, approximately three decades ago. The middle class has become polarized leading to an income gap...
Updating Training in the Medical Field
This chapter briefly reviews the literature that explores the training technique of deliberate practice and the related constructs, training outcomes of achievement goal orientation, self-efficacy, perceived instrumentality, and...
Published by: IGI Global
Integrating Mobile Mixed Reality to Enhance Learning Before, During, and After Physical Field Trips
Physical field trips have long been used in education, but virtual field trips are increasingly being used to enhance them. This article focuses on the use of mixed reality to enhance a physical field trip before, during, and...
Published by: IGI Global
Contemporary Urban University Presidents and an Emerging Paradigm for Strategic Planning and Civic Engagement
Everrett Smith
Jun 04, 2021
The purpose of this chapter is to examine the elements of urban university presidents' strategic planning and priority-setting. The chapter attempts to profile the contributions of urban universities to their cities, and the...
Published by: IGI Global
Foundationalism and Anti-Foundationalism in International Relations Theory
Much has been written about the field of International Relations (IR) in both substantive and methodological terms. One of the most contentious aspects of the IR as a scholarly discipline revolves around one deceptively...
Pronunciatio in the Music of Purcell and Handel
Michael Purves-Smith
Nov 19, 2013
Classical rhetoric is of importance to singers. The Romans divided the subject into five parts. Pronunciatio, the last of these, covers all aspects of delivery. It is the territory of the voice teacher, and master of elocution...
Published by: Faculty of Education
Newfies, Cajuns, Hillbillies, and Yoopers
Kathryn A. Remlinger
Sep 30, 2014
This paper investigates how popular media representations of Newfies, Cajuns,Yoopers, and Hillbillies maintain gender-based language stereotypes. The authenticity of these locals is in part due to their language use; they are...
Extracellular Vesicles as Drug Delivery Systems in Organ Transplantation
Extracellular vesicles are lipid bilayer-delimited nanoparticles excreted into the extracellular space by all cells. They carry a cargo rich in proteins, lipids and DNA, as well as a full complement of RNA species, which they...
Published by: Pharmaceutics
Utilizing Prior Learning Portfolios to Rebundle Formal and Informal Learning
In this chapter, the authors will explore credit for prior learning (CPL) by portfolio as a high-impact educational practice that can enable learners to weave together disparate learning in meaningful ways while also deepening...
Published by: IGI Global