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  • ==Conference Date: Tuesday May 13 to Friday May 16 2014==
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  • ...ollment into Moodle course shells / Auto shell creation from Banner (There may be code from UVic to Assist) * Submission of Grades directly from Moodle to Banner (may be out of scope for proposed phase 1 implementation)
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  • * Certain courses may need to be drastically modified when switching from one LMS to another (ie. * OLFM’s familiar with Blackboard may require significant additional support getting used to a new LMS.
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  • ...uctions to allow a student to resubmit an assignment or retake a quiz. You may also want to set up your assignments to allow multiple submissions by defau ...It is NOT recommended that you clear or delete an attempt as some students may not have copies of their work.===
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  • ...f file (docx, pdf, xlsx) but the size of files and the number of files you may upload is controlled by your Open Learning Faculty Member. You may then receive a prompt asking if this assignment is your own work. If so, cl
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  • * Learning new management systems take time and new systems may not be adopted wholeheartedly by all involved * Software and technology stale dates – what is good today may not be good tomorrow and we require flexibility
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  • There are multiple ways that a student’s submission may be displayed, depending upon the type of submission: ===If your student uploads an MS Office or PDF file, you may annotate the submission using the crocodoc tool.===
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  • ...mission. '''Public Domain Dedication 1.0'''. The full text of this license may be found here: [https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/ CC0 1.0]
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  • ...s require students to buy a calculator. The calculator for the MBA Program may include scientific and simple calculators. </span>
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  • ...2014 OLFM workshop ''Learning in Our Digital World'', to be held at TRU on May 30-31, 2014.
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  • #* Always [[help:searching | search]] for a page or category which may already exist that is similar to what you want to create. In particular, it ...ng for Statistics Tutorial"{{{namex|, or if it for a particular course, it may be "Course:PSYC100 Searching for Statistics in Psychology Tutorial".}}}
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  • ...your portfolio. Besides the Yahoo Finance website, the following web sites may be of help in the portfolio construction process: ...lessons learnt in the class. Remember, theories are theories – they may or may not fit the reality all the time. That is exactly what the purpose of this
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  • ...e YouTube and other media sites. Be aware that by downloading material we may still be bound by terms and conditions for reuse. If the chosen material c In some instances we may download material for free. Once we download material and host it on our s
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  • ...scussion forums required for your course will be set up for you, but there may be occasions where you would like to create another forum.===
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  • ...dentify a culture/geographic area you want to know more about. This may or may not be the people you want to explore for Final Project: Community Overview
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  • ...ges in rights holder's policies). Or, the presence of copyrighted material may not be immediately evident (e.g., copyrighted material that is pasted into
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  • ===Adjust the dates that the assignment is available to students. You may want to click the box beside ‘Track Number of Views’.===
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  • ...s primarily available via the Internet. Textbooks, CDs, or other materials may be included in a course package. ...ticipation online. The course materials are primarily available online but may be accompanied by textbooks, CDs, or other materials. Students use external
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  • ...s primarily available via the Internet. Textbooks, CDs, or other materials may be included in a course package. ...ticipation online. The course materials are primarily available online but may be accompanied by textbooks, CDs, or other materials. Students use external
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  • ...s primarily available via the Internet. Textbooks, CDs, or other materials may be included in a course package. ...ticipation online. The course materials are primarily available online but may be accompanied by textbooks, CDs, or other materials. Students use external
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  • discuss any differences that you may have found, ...oup activities will be monitored and is part of the course evaluation. You may review the criteria for evaluating your contributions to the discussions on
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  • ...s primarily available via the Internet. Textbooks, CDs, or other materials may be included in a course package. ...ticipation online. The course materials are primarily available online but may be accompanied by textbooks, CDs, or other materials. Students use external
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  • ===Depending on what you select in Step 2, you may have to select recipients.=== As of the APRIL 2014 version of Blackboard Learn (upgrade of May 2015) you '''can''' set up notifications to be sent to an external email ad
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  • ...n Creative Commons License, Attribution 3.0. The full text of this license may be found here: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ CC by 3.0].
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  • * individuals who may not have a high enough GPA * individuals who may not have a high enough english proficiency
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  • ...ive Commons License, Attribution 2.5 Canada. The full text of this license may be found here: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ca/ CC by-2.5
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  • :It may be appropriate to do this, if somebody has raised several points which need ...sides of the argument (e.g. listing advantages and disadvantages) and you may find the debate evaporates.
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  • ...ories - which hampers the search function - meaning that flexible learning may be called: FlexibleLearning, Flexible Learning, FL, Flexible, Flex Learning Below is a suggested beginning list of categories that may be associated with Flexible Learning related resources.
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  • ### may need to change course outcomes - but requires approval ### Capstone by May 2013 - should get posting up now - very individualized
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  • ...and allow remote students to give presentations to you and your class. You may also use web conferencing tools to host guest speakers to your class for a ...button in the top left corner to upload your slide deck. Alternately, you may drag files from your desktop.'''
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  • ...as a minister with authority given to him by the sovereign. In Canada, we may consider the sovereign to be the Constitution, in that the Ministers who cr ...est for vicarious liability outlines the requirements in which an employer may be found to be liable for the tortious actions of an employee, and what an
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  • ...r economic benefit. Although the fear of punishment (losing one’s license) may be a factor in considering to obey the regulations, it is not the only moti
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  • During the May 2015 OLFM Workshop, Brian, Ken and Tanya presented the findings and some po
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  • ...e, Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0. The full text of this license may be found here: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ CC by-nc-
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  • ...few minor inaccuracies; strategies presented have differences to mine that may confuse some students || Some information is incorrect and/or inaccurate; s ...d/or unworking elements on the website || Navigation is challenging and/or may require a significant learning curve; Website does not load quickly or cons
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  • | Every user in Moodle has a Profile page which may be accessed from the user name located in the top right of the screen:
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  • May be [https://efolio.educ.ubc.ca/korczykp/ tightly aligned with competencies]
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  • ...vereign. Under Austin's positivist legal theory, judicial decision makers may interpret and apply law and even create law so long as it does contradict p ...n of punishment by the state. The fiduciary duty articulated in this case may actually be a better fit with Austin's concept of "positive morality" as it
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  • Click Unmask to see what Moodle has automatically generated. You may use the enrolment key provided or delete it and add your own key.
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  • ...ike 1.0 ''or any later version''. The full text of the individual licenses may be found here: [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/1.0/ CC by-sa 1.0
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  • We may want to try to run it as an Open Boundary course - some students registered
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  • ...aging in immoral behaviour, like that of undue influence. However, Aquinas may criticize the presumption of undue influence for diluting pure reason becau ...ce a minority. Those who take others at their word based on their position may invite the consequences associated with lack of personal inclination to det
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  • ...problems, please [[Help:Reverting#Undo|undo]] it quickly, as this template may appear on a large number of pages.</div>'''Remember that you can conduct ex
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  • 209 Section 30(1) of the Child Welfare Act provides that a court may order a child to be committed to or subject to the care and custody of the ...to be in need of protection, then only those orders set out in section 30 may be made by the court, that the hearing and the order of the court is a pro
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  • ...eline;">The third phase the students try to understand why their portfolio may have been incorrect and formulate a new theory.</span> ...your portfolio. Besides the Yahoo Finance website, the following web sites may be of help in the portfolio construction process:</span>
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  • ...ies collected by Access Copyright. Materials between 20 and 25% of a text may be cleared by means of obtaining special permission and recording this on t ...copyright will acknowledge the request immediately by automated email. It may take 2-5 business days for them to provide a return email which authorizes
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  • ...ls (overview) and documents permission requests. Up to three JIRA records may be created for each course: ...ng tool which will give you the enrolment number over a given period; this may be necessary when applying for permissions or to complete Access Elogs and
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  • * You may have to set discussions to be gradable, or create a column to enter the stu If you do not see a ‘Weighted Total’ column, you may have to show it, or you may have to create a new one by hovering over ‘Create Calculated Column’ an
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  • ...timate law. Therefore, natural law is universal and unchanging, however it may apply to differently in light of the variety of humans on earth. ...ining a stable and harmonious society by limiting a profession that people may see as against “common morality”.
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  • * '''People''' – list of people enrolled in the course, from here you may send a message or email
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  • ...te page button. Then follow the directions on the editing page. While you may use this space the way it suites you the best, we require users to at least
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  • When: May 13-16, 2014 * May 14
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  • ...ts foundation. Under this aspect, it is similar to 'Legal Positivism'; one may evaluate laws according to morality but they are not created because of it. ...fear, love, or external pressures outside our control. Subsequently, laws may not necessarily evolve out of reason but out of a variety of different unre
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  • ...ry tries to justify that morality is a consequence of efficiency, and that may be applicable to areas such as contract law, tort law, property law, and so ...least one winner, and absolutely no losers. To achieve Pareto Optimality, may be possible, as the gains just need to outweigh the losses. However, Pareto
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  • These are some other things that may be useful. In general, if you want to know One thing you may notice is that adding spaces between symbols will not add more space in the
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  • ...approve by using some of the reporting tools available in CurricUNET. You may do this by simply clicking on the appropriate icon to the left of the Cours
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  • ...is) and through monthly departmental professional development sessions. We may also want to explore a regular meeting to highlight the status of our proje ...er; they can choose their own neighbourhood if they like or one where they may one day practice. This is also a good activity as it asks students to apply
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  • ...ut some of the functionality and the help tutorials for this space. So you may seem some [[red links]] that indicate pages that we plan to build, but don' The TRU community may use this platform for any (legal) reason.
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  • ...tance. These two vastly different economic standings in his social context may have been the reason for his interest in writing on society’s behaviours ...nger, may have been derived from his own personal experience. Georg Simmel may have viewed himself as an outsider, or stranger. A possible reason for this
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  • ...e contract, or establish or maintain an employee benefit plan, as the case may be, that includes coverage for the cost of an insured service furnished to ...d or unfunded uninsured employee benefit plan that provides coverage which may otherwise be obtained under a contract of insurance of persons.
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  • ...urse space where your only audience is the instructor and a few others who may be taking the course at the same time, you will create and control your own ...you will be given your own blog hosted at Thompson Rivers University. You may, if you choose, download your content from that blog and upload it to your
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  • **give 3-5 examples of how teaching presence may or may not have been demonstrated in the various open courses you examined.
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  • ...ssues of gender or sexuality, a direct application of many of the theories may not be possible. However, the fiduciary duty described in the case is indir ...ely approve of the Supreme Court's decision in ''Hodgkinson v Simms'', and may see it as an effort to inject an ethic of care into the traditionally male-
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  • ...the course. In some cases, depending on the complexity of the project, it may be better to contact the media team directly by email or phone.
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  • ...t people have an obligation to follow them while Hart would say that there may be no such obligation. ...run parallel, but at times they may clash. If a clash occurs, individuals may evaluate legal rules with reference to moral rules to decide whether the ob
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  • ...y interfere with a person's autonomy when it is in their best interest and may operate as a caretaker or guardian over that individual. Though they found
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  • ...e contract, or establish or maintain an employee benefit plan, as the case may be, that includes coverage for the cost of an insured service furnished to ...d or unfunded uninsured employee benefit plan that provides coverage which may otherwise be obtained under a contract of insurance of persons.
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  • ...family: Calibri; font-size: 11pt;">What did you know about each other that may have helped understanding? Were you in a crisis together? Did you spend a s ...ont-family: Calibri; font-size: 11pt;"> web page. For more information you may want to look at the </span><span style="color: #4256c6; font-family: Calibr
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  • ...endence for a fiduciary duty to exist. Furthermore, policy considerations may be taken into account. The relationship of broker and client may not always give rise to a fiduciary relationship. Where the elements of tr
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  • ...es differ from rules in the sense that rules are factual requirements that may not carry the same importance among them. This allows one rule to be more i ...y and through the social goals of society. Cases where vicarious liability may be found are examined in light of available precedents, as well as this bro
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  • ...the individuals in society, yet are not required to be morally good. There may be rules which work against what we consider to be just, but are rules none ...fact that denying an individual compensation for a wrong committed to them may not necessarily be seen as having positive moral content.
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  • ...in response to policy considerations, the best route to enduring principle may well lie through policy.  The law of vicarious liability is just such a do :From a conceptual standpoint, the fiduciary duty may properly be understood as but one of a species of a more generalized duty b
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  • ...ections to the central theme. Mindmaps may be defined as organic. In fact, may representations mimic basic patterns found in nature (branches, clouds, etc A mind map tends to have a single main concept, while a concept map may have several related and interconnecting ideas, themes or topics. Mind map
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  • Tuesday, May 19, 2015 *The age demographics of the survey respondents may impact the outcomes.
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  • ...to determine the status of each piece of third party content. The content may be tracked in a spread sheet which is then attached to the JIRA record and :i. Work may be used pursuant to blanket permission from publisher or rights-holder
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  • ...a) will help you manage your Question Sets.Enter any Instructor Notes that may be helpful for you. Instructor Notes are not visible to students.=== ...see feedback on their performance and what information they will see. You may set up to two different conditions as exemplified in the screenshot.====
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  • ...best suited to legislators who are elected by the people. However, judges may refer to policy to interpret law in a manner that is consistent with policy ...or meet stated objectives, illustrating Dworkin’s theory that rules alone may not be able to provide an answer.
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  • ...is used to track the current status of the material, any information that may be pertinent to the permissions obtained or sought, discussions with ID’s
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  • :"It may be correct to say that being in a same-sex relationship is not necessarily For example, if society were to place two men as a couple, one of the men may assume the female role. This is uncomfortable in a patriarchal society beca
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  • ...ils to take into account the fact that persons with temporary disabilities may not be able to make contributions for the minimum qualifying period in s. 4
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  • ...sts for students. TRU's Student Union is planning an advocacy campaign, it may draw on ([https://opentextbc.ca/studenttoolkit/ previous efforts].) How can
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  • This case may suggest that the traditional roles of women in the capitalist system are no The court in this case may have a reflected a change in the system that relational feminists call for.
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  • Austin may be able to reconcile this idea of Parliament being bound by the Constitutio ...it as such. Bentham’s view of utilitarianism differs in respect that a law may not serve the best interest of an individual, however it does not matter as
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  • ...articles in that category will be added to your book. Relevant categories may be found at the very bottom of Wikipedia articles. Categories can also be a
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  • ...sts for students. TRU's Student Union is planning an advocacy campaign, it may draw on ([https://opentextbc.ca/studenttoolkit/ previous efforts].) How can
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