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A guide to knowledge tracking (Online Edition): What happens after the research is done? By Rachel Hirsch et al.
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This open access guidebook contains a collection of step-by-step instructions for tracking the use and exchange of local research messages. This manual was developed in collaboration with members of... More > the Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated, Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre, Nunavut Research Institute, and Government of Nunavut and is told from the perspective of two researchers from York and Trent Universities. It is a product of collaboration, dialogue, and inquiry focused on exploring what it would mean to evaluate success in local knowledge sharing on the topic of country food security.< Less
Where the Ice Never Melts By Robert Mann
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An Inuit boy and his American friend embark on a rescue mission to save the American boy's father. It is the twenty-second century. Global warming, the Great Arctic Oil Disaster, rising ocean levels,... More > and a worldwide epidemic have taken a heavy toll. Criminal cartels compete for control of world energy resources and have taken hostage the American boy's father, an engineer whose company has invented an amazing new energy source: "solar wire." The boys' journey takes them from Nunavut to South Florida. They are assisted by an Amish family, relatives of the inventor of the solar wire. This futuristic, multicultural, "green" novel was written primarily for young readers.< Less
Where the Ice Never Melts By Robert Mann
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An Inuit boy and his American friend embark on a rescue mission to save the American boy's father. It is the twenty-second century. Global warming, the Great Arctic Oil Disaster, rising ocean levels,... More > and a worldwide epidemic have taken a heavy toll. Criminal cartels compete for control of world energy resources and have taken hostage the American boy's father, an engineer whose company has invented an amazing new energy source: "solar wire." The boys' journey takes them from Nunavut to South Florida. They are assisted by an Amish family, relatives of the inventor of the solar wire. This futuristic, multicultural, "green" novel was written primarily for young readers.< Less
Walk on the Tundra - English By Inhabit Media
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The Uqalimaarummaq Reader series is a unique resource development initiative directed towards supporting adult educators and adult learners in Nunavut. The resources in this series combine the... More > educational goals of the Adult Basic Education programs of Nunavut Arctic College with culturally relevant publications focused on the North and northern issues. This learning resource uses the publication A Walk on the Tundra, by Rebecca Hainnu and Anna Ziegler, and provides information and activities to help adult educators teach Inuktitut and English. The manual has detailed learning activities, instructor notes, and handouts to help adult learners strengthen their skills in reading, writing, and oral communication. The Adult Basic Education program and the Uqalimaarummaq Reader series aim to develop advanced learners who are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of fields, and who are equipped for continuing education at the post-secondary level.< Less
Walk on the Tundra - English By Inhabit Media
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The Uqalimaarummaq Reader series is a unique resource development initiative directed towards supporting adult educators and adult learners in Nunavut. The resources in this series combine the... More > educational goals of the Adult Basic Education programs of Nunavut Arctic College with culturally relevant publications focused on the North and northern issues. This learning resource uses the publication A Walk on the Tundra, by Rebecca Hainnu and Anna Ziegler, and provides information and activities to help adult educators teach Inuktitut and English. The manual has detailed learning activities, instructor notes, and handouts to help adult learners strengthen their skills in reading, writing, and oral communication. The Adult Basic Education program and the Uqalimaarummaq Reader series aim to develop advanced learners who are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of fields, and who are equipped for continuing education at the post-secondary level.< Less
Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends, and Myths (English) By Inhabit Media
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The Uqalimaarummaq Reader series is a unique resource development initiative directed towards supporting adult educators and adult learners in Nunavut. The resources in this series combine the... More > educational goals of the Adult Basic Education programs of Nunavut Arctic College with culturally relevant publications focused on the North and northern issues. Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends and Myths, Volume One was created in accordance with Adult Basic Education standards. It provides instructional support to adult educators delivering this program and information and activities to help adult educators teach Inuktitut and English. The manual has detailed learning activities, instructor notes, and handouts to help adult learners strengthen their skills in reading, writing, and oral communication, while learning about a unique aspect of Inuit culture – traditional stories.< Less
Joy of Apex Novel Study - English By Inhabit Media
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The Uqalimaarummaq Reader series is a unique resource development initiative directed towards supporting adult educators and adult learners in Nunavut. The resources in this series combine the... More > educational goals of the Adult Basic Education programs of Nunavut Arctic College with culturally relevant publications focused on the North and northern issues. Joy of Apex Book Study is the third in the Uqalimmaarummaq Reader series. This learning resource uses the publication Joy of Apex, by Napatsi Folger, and provides information and activities to help adult educators teach Inuktitut and English. The manual has detailed learning activities, instructor notes, and handouts to help adult learners strengthen their skills in reading, writing, and oral communication. The Adult Basic Education program and the Uqalimaarummaq Reader series aim to develop advanced learners who are prepared for entry-level positions in a variety of fields, and who are equipped for continuing education at the post-secondary level.< Less
Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends, and Myths (English) By Inhabit Media
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The Uqalimaarummaq Reader series is a unique resource development initiative directed towards supporting adult educators and adult learners in Nunavut. The resources in this series combine the... More > educational goals of the Adult Basic Education programs of Nunavut Arctic College with culturally relevant publications focused on the North and northern issues. Unikkaaqtuat: Exploring Inuit Folktales, Legends and Myths, Volume One was created in accordance with Adult Basic Education standards. It provides instructional support to adult educators delivering this program and information and activities to help adult educators teach Inuktitut and English. The manual has detailed learning activities, instructor notes, and handouts to help adult learners strengthen their skills in reading, writing, and oral communication, while learning about a unique aspect of Inuit culture – traditional stories.< Less
The Hip Hope Dancer By Dawn Doyle & and Quluaq School Students
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The Hip Hop(e) Dancer is the story of a young Inuit boy who lives on Baffin Island in Nunavut Canada. He learns how to hip hop dance when Canadian Floor Masters visit his hamlet. However, he has a... More > problem: he can never finish a dance. He goes around town showing many groups of people his hip hop moves and no one can help him...until his drum-dancing grandfather tells him the truth.< Less
The Hip Hop(e) Dancer By Dawn Doyle and & Quluaq School Students
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The Hip Hop(e) Dancer is the story of a young Inuit boy who lives on Baffin Island in Nunavut Canada. He learns how to hip hop dance when Canadian Floor Masters visit his hamlet. However, he has a... More > problem: he can never finish a dance. He goes around town showing many groups of people his hip hop moves and no one can help him...until his drum-dancing grandfather tells him the truth.< Less

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