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Learning through gaming

Professor John Aycock sees UCalgary’s large collection of vintage video games as an opportunity for a fresh take on programming.

From Banff to Peru
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From Banff to Peru

Thanks to a unique online learning project, schoolchildren have the opportunity to learn about themselves, each other, and their environments.

Planning not just for cities
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Planning not just for cities

Master of Planning students get real-life experience in rural Alberta, helping Parkland County preserve farmland and wetlands.

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Opening the books

Math professor Claude Laflamme combines a love of teaching with an entrepreneurial spirit to produce free online educational resources.

Instant meta-analysis

With a new scholarly search engine, business professor Piers Steel looks to change the science of human resource management.

Hands-on insights

Working with the homeless in Calgary’s downtown eastside is changing the perceptions of nursing students.

Law school of the future?

The Calgary Curriculum offers students more real-world insights as they earn law degrees.


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