Monthly Archives: February 2015

Water the roots instead of the leaves: A response to OUSA (2015) “Those who can, teach”

By Victoria Chen Brief summary of OUSA (2015) “Those who can, teach” As a response to the rapidly changing demands of universities in Ontario, the OUSA (Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance) provides a 31 page document outlining the challenges universities are … Continue reading

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Exploring Common Ground?

by: Karen Manarin, Mount Royal University I have been thinking a lot lately about the difference between research as a noun and research as a verb–along with the difference between research and scholarship, study and essay. My preoccupation with these … Continue reading

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