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Applications of LinkedIn Learning in Ontario's Post-Secondary Institutions
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Each of the cases in this book reflect a range of approaches and perspectives of using video-based resources to increase learner engagement. The authors, through their work, encourage the reader to contemplate the impact of technology on the learner and the educator. The goal of this collection is to generate ideas for your own implementation, to promote inquiry, and to grow the community's knowledge.

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Author:
Anne-Marie Taylor
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05/08/2019
Building a Medical Terminology Foundation
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Building a Medical Terminology Foundation is an OER that focuses on breaking down medical terms into their word parts, pronouncing medical terms, and learning the meaning of medical terms within the context of introductory anatomy and physiology. This resource is targeted for health office administration and health services students in the first year of their college programs.

Word Count: 114455

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Applied Science
Health, Medicine and Nursing
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08/04/2020
Building a Medical Terminology Foundation
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Building a Medical Terminology Foundation is an OER that focuses on breaking down medical terms into their word parts, pronouncing medical terms, and learning the meaning of medical terms within the context of introductory anatomy and physiology. This resource is targeted for health office administration and health services students in the first year of their college programs.

Word Count: 114437

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Applied Science
Health, Medicine and Nursing
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eCampus Ontario
Author:
Kimberlee Carter
Marie Rutherford
Date Added:
08/04/2020
Business Agreements - Instructor Guide
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This is an instructor guide for a seminar course, Business Agreements, which is offered to senior undergraduate business, MBA, and law students at the University of Windsor and combines senior students from both faculties for interdisciplinary study. Course design aims to promote learner engagement in experiential learning. Students engage with course content by analyzing real-world business contracts to produce short written submissions before class thereby preparing students for in-class discussions.This textbook was authored by Werner H. Keller and Nobuko Fujita (University of Windsor) and licensed under an Ontario Commons License (Version 1.0)

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This is an instructor guide for a seminar course, Business Agreements, which is offered to senior undergraduate business, MBA, and law students at the University of Windsor and combines senior students from both faculties for interdisciplinary study. Course design aims to promote learner engagement in experiential learning. Students engage with course content by analyzing real-world business contracts to produce short written submissions before class thereby preparing students for in-class discussions.

This instructor guide is intended to support the wider use and reuse of the course content by educators in business, law, and related disciplines. Business agreements are case studies which create memorable, thought-provoking examples to help students develop skills and knowledge of the structure and content of typical business contracts. The instructor’s teaching philosophy focuses on lifelong learning and skill development. Thus, the course is designed to enable learners to meet the needs of a rapidly evolving labour market through experiential learning opportunities for upskilling and reskilling learners’ “literacy” with business agreements.

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Business and Communication
Law
Management
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
02/28/2022
The Business Environment
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Newer Edition Available: NSCC Fundamentals of Business. An introductory textbook in business that covers a variety of topics: The Foundation of Business, Economics and Business, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Business in a Global Environment, Forms of Business Ownership, Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business, and E-commerce.

Word Count: 49148

ISBN: 978-1-990641-74-9

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Business and Communication
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eCampus Ontario
Author:
Business Faculty from Ontario Colleges
Jules Fauteux
eCampusOntario Program Managers
Date Added:
06/01/2018
Business Ethics
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Note: This OpenStax book has been imported into Pressbooks to make it easier for instructors to edit, build upon, and remix the content. The OpenStax import process isn't perfect, so there are a few formatting errors in the book that need attention, and some of the images didn't make it through. As such, we don't recommend you use this book in the classroom. For information about how to get your own copy of this book to work on, see the Add Content part in the Pressbooks Guide. You can access the original version of this textbook here: Business Ethics: OpenStax.

Long Description:
Business Ethics is designed to meet the scope and sequence requirements of the single-semester business ethics course. This title includes innovative features designed to enhance student learning, including case studies, application scenarios, and links to video interviews with executives, all of which help instill in students a sense of ethical awareness and responsibility.

Word Count: 165322

ISBN: ISBN-10: 1-947172-57-3, ISBN-13: 978-1-947172-57-9

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Arts and Humanities
Philosophy
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
09/20/2018
Child Growth and Development Canadian Ed
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This text is a presentation of how and why children grow, develop, and learn. We will look at how we change physically over time from conception through middle childhood. We examine cognitive change, or how our ability to think and remember changes over the first few stages of life. And finally, we will look at how our emotions, psychological state, and social relationships change throughout childhood.

Word Count: 105564

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Early Childhood Development
Education
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
04/01/2022
Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities: Case Studies
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“Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities: Case Studies” is a freely accessible eCampus Ontario Pressbook containing case studies of immigrant women experiencing domestic violence to be used as educational materials. The book highlights the complexity of domestic violence cases in immigrant communities and the different legal processes that these women encounter in seeking justice and the challenges they face in relation to re-establishing their own lives and the lives of their children. The book contains questions for reflection; a description of legal processes involved in DV cases, and a glossary of the terms used throughout the case studies.

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“Domestic Violence in Immigrant Communities: Case Studies” is a freely accessible eCampus Ontario Pressbook containing case studies of immigrant women experiencing domestic violence to be used as educational materials. The contents were created by analysing closed legal case files of 15 immigrant women living in Ontario who experienced domestic violence. The comprehensive case studies that emerge from this research present domestic violence experienced by immigrant women in all its complexity, highlighting their unique vulnerability at the intersections of race, gender and immigration status. The book also highlights the different legal processes that these women encounter in seeking justice and the challenges they face in relation to re-establishing their own lives and the lives of their children. In addition to the cases, the book contains questions for reflection; a description of legal processes involved in DV cases, and a glossary of the terms used throughout the case studies. This interactive Pressbook is an ideal resource for social work and legal practitioners, including students in social service work, social work and law programs, in order to increase their understanding about the complexity of domestic violence cases in immigrant families and develop strategies for culturally informed interventions.

Word Count: 42082

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Subject:
Cultural Geography
Law
Social Science
Social Work
Sociology
Material Type:
Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Author:
Archana Medhekar
Bethany Osborne
Ferzana Chaze
Purnima George
Date Added:
06/09/2020
Essentials of Linguistics, 2nd edition
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This Second Edition of Essentials of Linguistics is considerably revised and expanded, including several new chapters, diverse language examples from signed and spoken languages, enhanced accessibility features, and an orientation towards equity and justice. While the primary audience is Canadian students of Introduction to Linguistics, it is also suitable for learners elsewhere, in online, hybrid, or in-person courses.

Word Count: 247744

ISBN: 978-1-927565-50-6

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Arts and Humanities
Languages
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Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Author:
Ai Taniguchi
Bronwyn Bjorkman
Catherine Anderson
Derek Denis
Julianne Doner
Margaret Grant
Nathan Sanders
Date Added:
02/28/2022
Fundamentals of Business: Canadian Edition
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Canadian Edition

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An introductory textbook in business that covers a variety of topics: The Foundation of Business, Economics and Business, Ethics and Social Responsibility, Business in a Global Environment, Forms of Business Ownership, Entrepreneurship: Starting a Business, Management and Leadership, Structuring Organizations, Operations Management, Motivating Employees, Management Human Resources, Union/Management Issues, Marketing: Providing Value, Accounting and Financial Information, and Personal Finances.

Word Count: 102065

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Business and Communication
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Author:
Business Faculty from Ontario Colleges
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Date Added:
06/01/2018
Indigenous Lifeways in Canadian Business
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Storytelling practices have been used for millennia as an educational tool for passing knowledge from one generation to the next. (Woodhouse, 2011). This collection offers a series of digital storytelling vignettes that briefly explain topics related to the Indigenous business environment in Canada. The video series contains interview content from Indigenous business leaders from across the country and highlights both the obstacles and successes of those professionals. Contributors explore their relationships with governments, corporations, and other non-Indigenous institutions while conducting their business activities.

The efficacy of storytelling can be seen in contemporary education settings where student engagement, achievement, and motivation are all enhanced when digital storytelling technologies are integrated into classroom pedagogy (Smeda, Dakich, & Sharda, 2014). The Indigenous Lifeways in Canadian Business project employs digital storytelling as an Open Educational Resource video series to deliver content about Indigenous business issues in Canada. Instructors can easily integrate any of the digital Indigenous content videos within the curriculum of their courses as needed. This instructor guide contains a listing of all the videos in the series along with descriptions of what each of the videos contains.

It isn’t always easy for instructors to incorporate Indigenous content into their courses as they strive to meet the Calls to Action that emerged from the Truth and Reconciliation’s Report in 2015. Indigenous-centric curricula in mainstream programs is scarce in post-secondary institutions (Brown, Doucette, & Tulk, 2016). This series introduces important business topics impacting Indigenous students, entrepreneurs, and business leaders in Canada by connecting users to their stories. End-users can link to one or more of the videos, embed the material into their course websites, or download a video to use offline. End-users cannot, however, make any derivatives of the video material.”

References

Brown, K. G., Doucette, M. B., & Tulk, J. E. (Eds). (2016). Indigenous business in Canada: Principles and practices. Cape Breton University Press.

Smeda, N., Dakich, E., & Sharda, N. (2014). The effectiveness of digital storytelling in the classrooms: A comprehensive study. Smart Learning Environments, 1(1), 1-21.

Truth, & Reconciliation Commission of Canada. (2015). Canada’s Residential Schools: The Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Vol. 1). McGill-Queen’s Press-MQUP.

Woodhouse, H. (2011). Storytelling in university education: Emotion, teachable moments, and the value of life. The Journal of Educational Thought (JET)/Revue de la Pensée Educative, 45(3), 211-238.

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Business and Communication
Ethnic Studies
Social Science
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
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Indigenous Lifeways in Canadian Business-ECO
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Storytelling practices have been used for millennia as an educational tool for passing knowledge from one generation to the next. (Woodhouse, 2011). This collection offers a series of digital storytelling vignettes that briefly explain topics related to the Indigenous business environment in Canada. The video series contains interview content from Indigenous business leaders from across the country and highlights both the obstacles and successes of those professionals. Contributors explore their relationships with governments, corporations, and other non-Indigenous institutions while conducting their business activities.

The efficacy of storytelling can be seen in contemporary education settings where student engagement, achievement, and motivation are all enhanced when digital storytelling technologies are integrated into classroom pedagogy (Smeda, Dakich, & Sharda, 2014). The Indigenous Lifeways in Canadian Business project employs digital storytelling as an Open Educational Resource video series to deliver content about Indigenous business issues in Canada. Instructors can easily integrate any of the digital Indigenous content videos within the curriculum of their courses as needed. This instructor guide contains a listing of all the videos in the series along with descriptions of what each of the videos contains.

It isn’t always easy for instructors to incorporate Indigenous content into their courses as they strive to meet the Calls to Action that emerged from the Truth and Reconciliation’s Report in 2015. Indigenous-centric curricula in mainstream programs is scarce in post-secondary institutions (Brown, Doucette, & Tulk, 2016). This series introduces important business topics impacting Indigenous students, entrepreneurs, and business leaders in Canada by connecting users to their stories. End-users can link to one or more of the videos, embed the material into their course websites, or download a video to use offline. End-users cannot, however, make any derivatives of the video material.”

References

Brown, K. G., Doucette, M. B., & Tulk, J. E. (Eds). (2016). Indigenous business in Canada: Principles and practices. Cape Breton University Press.

Smeda, N., Dakich, E., & Sharda, N. (2014). The effectiveness of digital storytelling in the classrooms: A comprehensive study. Smart Learning Environments, 1(1), 1-21.

Truth, & Reconciliation Commission of Canada. (2015). Canada’s Residential Schools: The Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Vol. 1). McGill-Queen’s Press-MQUP.

Woodhouse, H. (2011). Storytelling in university education: Emotion, teachable moments, and the value of life. The Journal of Educational Thought (JET)/Revue de la Pensée Educative, 45(3), 211-238.

Word Count: 4598

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Subject:
Business and Communication
Ethnic Studies
Social Science
Material Type:
Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
02/28/2022
Introduction to Business Management: Canadian
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For use with BUS1146 Introduction to Business Management (Cambrian College)

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Business and Communication
Management
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
06/01/2022
Origins of Contemporary Art, Design, and Interiors
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A curated compilation of essays, suggested readings, and author writings.

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Cover image by: Jen Hamilton - jenhamilton.ca

Word Count: 146254

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Subject:
Applied Science
Architecture and Design
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Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
02/08/2024
Pension Finance and Management
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This open textbook is a living document of knowledge and skills needed by finance students and professionals to design, govern, and invest financial resources from savings set aside during the working years, either by law (e.g., Canada Pension Plan), by mutual agreement (e.g. occupational pension plan), or privately (e.g. Registered Retirement Savings Plan, Tax-Free Savings Plan). Saving for retirement is among the most important financial decisions that Canadians will make in their lifetime, along with getting a mortgage and saving for their child(ren)’s education. This textbook is a work-in-progress that will evolve and grow over time to provide current information for adoption and adaptation in Accounting, Finance, and Management courses and programs.

Long Description:
This open textbook is a living document of knowledge and skills needed by finance students and professionals to design, govern, and invest financial resources from savings set aside during the working years, either by law (e.g., Canada Pension Plan), by mutual agreement (e.g. occupational pension plan), or privately (e.g. Registered Retirement Savings Plan, Tax-Free Savings Plan). Saving for retirement is among the most important financial decisions that Canadians will make in their lifetime, along with getting a mortgage and saving for their child(ren)’s education. While books and reports for a general audience, advanced graduate students, and practicing pension finance professionals exist, no postsecondary textbooks, eTextbooks, or appropriate open educational resources were available that specifically addressed the needs of undergraduate or introductory masters students. This textbook is a work-in-progress that will evolve and grow over time to provide current, relevant information for adoption and adaptation in Accounting, Finance, and Management courses and programs.

Cover art: Ryan J. Frith

Word Count: 39842

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Subject:
Accounting
Business and Communication
Management
Material Type:
Textbook
Provider:
eCampus Ontario
Author:
Nobuko Fujita
Rajeeva Sinha
Date Added:
09/01/2018
A Pragmatic Guide to Conversational AI
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This book is intended to be a pragmatic guide to helping able citizen data scientists to utilize common frameworks and tools to create conversational artificial intelligence experiences for users.

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This book is intended to be a pragmatic guide to helping able citizen data scientists to utilize common frameworks and tools to create conversational artificial intelligence experiences for users.

Word Count: 4670

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Subject:
Applied Science
Computer Science
Material Type:
Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
03/31/2022
Putting the Pieces Together
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Reason and Writing for Success

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Putting the Pieces Together: Reason and Writing for Success is a text that provides instruction in steps, builds writing, reading, and critical thinking, and combines comprehensive grammar review with an introduction to paragraph writing and composition; This text is designed as a companion resource to WRIT: Reason and Writing, which is Fanshawe College's introductory writing curriculum.

Long Description:
Putting the Pieces Together: Reason and Writing for Success is a text that provides instruction in steps, builds writing, reading, and critical thinking, and combines comprehensive grammar review with an introduction to paragraph writing and composition.

Beginning with the sentence and its essential elements, this book addresses each concept with clear, concise and effective examples that are immediately reinforced with exercises and opportunities to demonstrate, and reinforce, learning.

Each unit allows students to demonstrate mastery of the principles of quality writing. With its incremental approach, it can address a range of writing levels and abilities, helping each student in your course prepare for their next writing or university course. Constant reinforcement is provided through examples and exercises, and the text involves students in the learning process through reading, problem-solving, practicing, listening, and experiencing the writing process.

Each chapter also has integrated examples that unify the discussion and form a common, easy-to-understand basis for discussion and exploration. This will put students at ease, and allow for greater absorption of the material.

Word Count: 136274

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Subject:
Composition and Rhetoric
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Author:
Andrew Stracuzzi
André Cormier
Date Added:
07/01/2020
Scientific Inquiry in Social Work
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As an introductory textbook for social work students studying research methods, this book guides students through the process of creating a research project. Students will learn how to discover a researchable topic that is interesting to them, examine scholarly literature, formulate a proper research question, design a quantitative or qualitative study to answer their question, carry out the design, interpret quantitative or qualitative results, and disseminate their findings to a variety of audiences. Examples are drawn from the author's practice and research experience, as well as topical articles from the literature. The textbook is aligned with the Council on Social Work Education's 2015 Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards. Students and faculty can download copies of this textbook using the links provided in the front matter. As an open textbook, users are free to retain copies, redistribute copies (non-commercially), revise the contents, remix it with other works, and reuse for any purpose.

Long Description:
Based on my years teaching research methods, this is the book I’ve wanted to write and use. It builds on the work of educators in other disciplines by including greater detail on multi-paradigmatic research methods and new content specific to the social work discipline. It is the first textbook produced by Open Social Work Education (http://www.opensocialworkeducation.com)

Word Count: 137932

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Subject:
Applied Science
Information Science
Social Science
Social Work
Material Type:
Textbook
Provider:
eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
08/07/2018
Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Across the Disciplines: ICE Stories
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“Teaching, Learning, and Assessment Across Disciplines: ICE Stories” is a collection of post-secondary teachers’ accounts of the ways the ICE model has influenced their thinking, their teaching, and their students’ learning. The model, informed by theories of cognition and transformative learning, serves as a framework that offers a conception of learning that resonates with both instructors and students alike. The model is simple without being simplistic and furnishes a vocabulary that serves to clarify thinking about what learning is and what it looks like in a variety of post-secondary teaching and learning contexts. That clarity of thinking and the ability to communicate about learning has enabled the authors of these chapters to become more purposeful in their approaches to teaching and assessment and their students to plan and reflect for their own improvement.

Long Description:
“Teaching, Learning & Assessment Across Disciplines: ICE Stories” is the end product of a collaboration of generous post-secondary educators whose practices have been influenced by the ICE model. Each author contributed a chapter based on their own conceptualization of the model and the ways they’ve used it in their classrooms. They begin by setting the context, either conceptual or instructional, in ways that are likely to resonate with readers’ own teaching and learning experiences. Authors share practical details of their instructional and assessment strategies and the ways that the ICE model has shaped their and their students’ thinking and learning.

This volume isn’t merely a compilation of cases. It represents a process of mutually supportive reciprocal review that the contributors adopted that invited them to meet regularly over time to discuss one another’s conceptions of ICE, adaptations, and applications. They read one another’s chapters, provided peer to peer feedback, and learned with and from one another. Throughout the process, they served as generous, caring, critical friends, forming a community of inquiry.

We acknowledge and appreciate the thoughtful insights provided by the anonymous peer reviewers who shared their time and expertise, and for Katherine Mazurok who oversaw this process from beginning to end. Your support was invaluable. Further, we are especially grateful to Seraphina Seuratan, who thoughtfully formatted and assembled the chapters of the ICE book into a Pressbook, and to Allison Fitzgibbon, our Accessibility Advisor, for ensuring that the book meets AODA standards. We are grateful for these meaningful contributions by these collaborators, without whom, this ICE volume would not have been possible.

Sue Fostaty Young and Meagan Troop

Word Count: 36029

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Subject:
Education
Higher Education
Material Type:
Textbook
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eCampus Ontario
Date Added:
11/05/2021
Theories of Individual and Collective Learning
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Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Philosophy
Material Type:
Textbook
Provider:
eCampus Ontario
Author:
Carson Babich
Clayton Smith
Date Added:
11/12/2021