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A podcast from the Library at UBC Okanagan featuring faculty and researchers critically discussing their work.

Latest Episodes

Water in our everyday lives: The sensory storytelling project

Fiona McDonald, assistant professor, Community, Culture and Global Studies discusses the sensory storytelling project and sound portraits of water, an interdisciplinary, collaborative, and community-based project exploring the perceptions of water in our everyday lives.

18 MINOCT 17
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Water in our everyday lives: The sensory storytelling project

Faith and relationships: Novel reflections

Alison Conway, Professor, English and Gender and Women Studies at UBC Okanagan explores how issues of interfaith marriage can be understood and contemporized through the 18th century novel.

26 MIN2018 MAR 15
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Faith and relationships: Novel reflections

Dressing resistance: Gender, fashion, and culture

Ilya Parkins, Associate Professor, Gender and Women's Studies discusses issues of gender and resistance expressed through fashion.

33 MIN2018 MAR 8
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Dressing resistance: Gender, fashion, and culture

Beyond Pedagogies: Open Access and Open Education Resources

Susan Crichton, Associate Professor and Associate Dean at UBC Okanagan's Faculty of Education and Director of the Innovative Learning Centre, shares her thoughts on the need for open education resources and the role of universities in the open access movement.

41 MIN2017 OCT 21
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Beyond Pedagogies: Open Access and Open Education Resources

Participatory Action Research: Knowledge Sharing Between the Academy and Indigenous Populations

Mike Evans, Professor and Associate Dean (Research, Graduate, and Post-Doctoral Studies) with the Irving K. Barber School of Arts & Sciences explores issues of knowledge sharing, open access, and research outputs when working with indigenous communities.

38 MIN2017 OCT 21
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Participatory Action Research: Knowledge Sharing Between the Academy and Indigenous Populations

The Science of Soundscapes: Systems Creating Expressions of Mood and Text

Miles Thorogood, Creative Technologist specializing in developing computational assistive technologies, and Instructor cross-posted between Creative Studies and Computer Science, walks through his creation of soundscapes, art and technological literacies.

24 MIN2017 SEP 14
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The Science of Soundscapes: Systems Creating Expressions of Mood and Text

Communication Conundrums: Mapping Dialogue to Diverse Audiences

Karen Hodges, Conservation Biologist and Professor in the Department of Biology at UBC Okanagan, discusses how scientists can adapt their language to better address the impact of their research to a variety of audiences.

17 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Communication Conundrums: Mapping Dialogue to Diverse Audiences

Science, Literature and Politics: Tracing a Culture of Science

Greg ​Garrard, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies Professor in the Department of English at UBC Okanagan, explores cultural reactions to science through literature and the ramifications of politicizing science.

21 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Science, Literature and Politics: Tracing a Culture of Science

Systems of Knowledge: Science in Modern Medical Education

Segun Oyedele, Anatomy Instructor and Course Director with UBC's Southern Medical Program, discusses shifting pedagogies and the challenges of accessible science in the classroom and practice.

20 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Systems of Knowledge: Science in Modern Medical Education

Unifying Literacies: Linking Ideas to Explain our World

Richard Federley, Research Support Specialist with the Office of Research Services at UBC Okanagan, engages in mapping concepts, novel applications of ideas, and the need to critically evaluate the world around us and the theories that describe it.

19 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Unifying Literacies: Linking Ideas to Explain our World

Latest Episodes

Water in our everyday lives: The sensory storytelling project

Fiona McDonald, assistant professor, Community, Culture and Global Studies discusses the sensory storytelling project and sound portraits of water, an interdisciplinary, collaborative, and community-based project exploring the perceptions of water in our everyday lives.

18 MINOCT 17
Comments
Water in our everyday lives: The sensory storytelling project

Faith and relationships: Novel reflections

Alison Conway, Professor, English and Gender and Women Studies at UBC Okanagan explores how issues of interfaith marriage can be understood and contemporized through the 18th century novel.

26 MIN2018 MAR 15
Comments
Faith and relationships: Novel reflections

Dressing resistance: Gender, fashion, and culture

Ilya Parkins, Associate Professor, Gender and Women's Studies discusses issues of gender and resistance expressed through fashion.

33 MIN2018 MAR 8
Comments
Dressing resistance: Gender, fashion, and culture

Beyond Pedagogies: Open Access and Open Education Resources

Susan Crichton, Associate Professor and Associate Dean at UBC Okanagan's Faculty of Education and Director of the Innovative Learning Centre, shares her thoughts on the need for open education resources and the role of universities in the open access movement.

41 MIN2017 OCT 21
Comments
Beyond Pedagogies: Open Access and Open Education Resources

Participatory Action Research: Knowledge Sharing Between the Academy and Indigenous Populations

Mike Evans, Professor and Associate Dean (Research, Graduate, and Post-Doctoral Studies) with the Irving K. Barber School of Arts & Sciences explores issues of knowledge sharing, open access, and research outputs when working with indigenous communities.

38 MIN2017 OCT 21
Comments
Participatory Action Research: Knowledge Sharing Between the Academy and Indigenous Populations

The Science of Soundscapes: Systems Creating Expressions of Mood and Text

Miles Thorogood, Creative Technologist specializing in developing computational assistive technologies, and Instructor cross-posted between Creative Studies and Computer Science, walks through his creation of soundscapes, art and technological literacies.

24 MIN2017 SEP 14
Comments
The Science of Soundscapes: Systems Creating Expressions of Mood and Text

Communication Conundrums: Mapping Dialogue to Diverse Audiences

Karen Hodges, Conservation Biologist and Professor in the Department of Biology at UBC Okanagan, discusses how scientists can adapt their language to better address the impact of their research to a variety of audiences.

17 MIN2017 SEP 14
Comments
Communication Conundrums: Mapping Dialogue to Diverse Audiences

Science, Literature and Politics: Tracing a Culture of Science

Greg ​Garrard, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies Professor in the Department of English at UBC Okanagan, explores cultural reactions to science through literature and the ramifications of politicizing science.

21 MIN2017 SEP 14
Comments
Science, Literature and Politics: Tracing a Culture of Science

Systems of Knowledge: Science in Modern Medical Education

Segun Oyedele, Anatomy Instructor and Course Director with UBC's Southern Medical Program, discusses shifting pedagogies and the challenges of accessible science in the classroom and practice.

20 MIN2017 SEP 14
Comments
Systems of Knowledge: Science in Modern Medical Education

Unifying Literacies: Linking Ideas to Explain our World

Richard Federley, Research Support Specialist with the Office of Research Services at UBC Okanagan, engages in mapping concepts, novel applications of ideas, and the need to critically evaluate the world around us and the theories that describe it.

19 MIN2017 SEP 14
Comments
Unifying Literacies: Linking Ideas to Explain our World
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