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The Lymphatic System of the Dog

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  103 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Hermann Baum

Editor(s): Kaelyn Bellamy, Monique Mayer, Leonie Bettin

Subject(s): Veterinary anatomy and physiology, Veterinary medicine

Publisher: University of Saskatchewan

Last updated: 05/02/2024

The book is organized into two main sections: the first details the anatomical location and drainage pathways of lymph nodes, while the second describes the lymphatic drainage pathways of major organs. This information is applicable to the diagnosis and treatment of canine patients as well as to researchers investigating the lymphatic system in dogs and in humans.

In addition to translating the original work, the University of Saskatchewan team of faculty and students has added notes describing key clinical points, as well as interactive student learning tools, including flashcards on lymphatic drainage patterns in canine cancer patients and lymph node labelling exercises. Our goal in translating this textbook was to honour the legacy of Dr. Baum’s extensive work and to make this valuable information freely accessible to English-speaking veterinary students, teachers, veterinarians, and researchers.

The digital print version is available for download here: The Lymphatic System of the Dog PDF

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Instructional Strategies in Health Professions Education

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English (Canada)

Author(s): Kalyani Premkumar (Instructor), ECUR 836

Last updated: 08/01/2024

A collection of work submitted by graduate students enrolled in the University of Saskatchewan's Health Professions Education course ECUR 836: Teaching Methodologies: Facilitating Learning Through Teaching.
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AI-Enhanced Instructional Design

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Author(s): Dr. Paula MacDowell, Kristin Moskalyk, Katrina Korchinski, ETAD 873

Subject(s): Education, Artificial intelligence

Institution(s): University of Saskatchewan

Publisher: University of Saskatchewan

Last updated: 02/01/2024

AI provides educators and instructional designers with powerful tools to enhance the student learning experience. This guide presents practical examples of AI applications that are versatile and suitable for a broad spectrum of instructional activities, alongside others that have more specific uses. The textbook explores effective ways AI can generate high-quality course content, foster creativity, personalize learning, and drive innovation. Across the 18 chapters, the authors emphasize the need to work together to ensure AI’s ethical and responsible use in educational settings.

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Curriculum Design Guide

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  5 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): Susan Bens, Sara Dzaman, Aditi Garg, Wendy James

Editor(s): Roberta Campbell-Chudoba

Subject(s): Curriculum planning and development, Education

Institution(s): University of Saskatchewan

Last updated: 14/11/2023

A process guide to assist leaders in the design and implementation of an aligned curriculum that meets program level goals.
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Introduction à la science du sol : de la théorie à la pratique en sols canadiens

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Author(s): La société canadienne de science du sol (SCSS)

Editor(s): Maja Krzic, Fran Walley, Amanda Diochon, Maxime C. Paré, Richard Farrell

Subject(s): Soil science and management, Earth Sciences, Geography, Environment, Planning, The environment, Conservation of the environment, Pollution and threats to the environment, Environmental science, engineering and technology, Environmental management, Sedimentology and pedology

Publisher: La société canadienne de science du sol (SCSS)

Last updated: 17/09/2023

Rédigé, révisé et édité par des membres de la Société canadienne de science du sol, Introduction à la science du sol : de la théorie à la pratique en sols canadiens fournit une introduction aux disciplines fondamentales de la science du sol (pédologie, biologie et microbiologie du sol, physique, chimie, fertilité et nutriments cyclisme et gestion) et présente les concepts et le vocabulaire nécessaires aux étudiants qui commencent tout juste leur parcours en sciences du sol. Le manuel est approprié pour une utilisation dans un certain nombre de disciplines, y compris les sciences de l’environnement et de l’agriculture, ainsi que les disciplines connexes de la géologie, de la géographie et de l’ingénierie des ressources naturelles. Les chapitres du manuel sont présentés en trois sections selon le contenu et le niveau de complexité. La première section du livre, Se creuser la tête, présente les disciplines de base dans une série de chapitres écrits par des auteurs dont l’expertise en recherche éclaire le contenu du chapitre. Des documents supplémentaires spécifiques aux régions du Canada sont présentés dans les chapitres d’une deuxième section, Creuser partout au Canada. La troisième section, Creuser encore davantage, fournit un aperçu approfondi de certains sujets au-delà de ce qui est considéré comme le matériel disciplinaire de base en science du sol, et peut être appropriée pour les cours de science du sol de niveau supérieur ou dans une discipline connexe. Le manuel comprend un glossaire complet qui est accessible via des liens dans le texte. Il est important de noter que le manuel vise également à présenter aux étudiants le Système canadien de classification des sols en fournissant des exemples de tout le long et l’ensemble du deuxième plus grand pays du monde, et à la Société canadienne de la science du sol, dont les membres partagent une passion commune pour le sol et sont désireux de partager et d’inculquer cette passion aux étudiants à travers le Canada.

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Digging into Canadian Soils

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Author(s): Canadian Society of Soil Science

Editor(s): Maja Krzic, Fran Walley, Amanda Diochon, Maxime C. Paré, Rich Farrell

Subject(s): Soil science and management, Earth Sciences, Geography, Environment, Planning, The environment, Conservation of the environment, Pollution and threats to the environment, Environmental science, engineering and technology, Environmental management, Sedimentology and pedology, Agriculture and farming

Publisher: Canadian Society of Soil Science

Last updated: 28/08/2023

Written, reviewed and edited by members of the Canadian Society of Soil Science, Digging into Canadian Soils: An Introduction to Soil Science provides an introduction to the core disciplines of soil science (pedology, soil biology and microbiology, physics, chemistry, fertility and nutrient cycling, and management), and introduces the concepts and vocabulary needed by students just beginning their soil science journey. The textbook is appropriate for use in a number of disciplines, including environmental and agricultural sciences, as well as related geology, geography and natural resources engineering  disciplines.

Chapters within the textbook are presented in three sections according to the content and level of the complexity. The first section of the book, Digging In, introduces core disciplines in a series of chapters written by authors whose research expertise informs the chapter content. Supplementary materials that are specific to regions in Canada are presented in chapters within a second section, Digging Across Canada. The third section, Digging Deeper, provides in-depth overview of some topics beyond what is considered core soil science disciplinary material, and may be appropriate for upper level soil science or related discipline courses. The textbook includes an extensive glossary that is accessible via in-text links. Importantly, the textbook is intended also to introduce students to the Canadian System of Soil Classification by providing examples from across the length and breadth of the world’s second largest country, and to the Canadian Society of Soil Science, whose members share a common passion for soil science and are keen to share and instill this passion with students across Canada.

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Victorian Prose and Poetry

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)   English

Author(s): victorianproseandpoetry

Editor(s): Kylee-Anne Hingston

Subject(s): Literary studies: c 1800 to c 1900

Institution(s): University of Saskatchewan

Last updated: 14/08/2023

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Lifespan Development

CC BY (Attribution)   English

Author(s): Lumen Learning

Last updated: 19/07/2023

The contents of this course
are based on materials published in the Open Source Library by Linda Overstreet. These materials
were originally published freely under a Creative Commons Attribution
License (you can review the license at
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/). The original version of
the materials as published as Psyc 200 Lifespan Development may be accessed for
free at http://opencourselibrary.org/econ-201/. Significant enhancements and revisions have been made by the Lumen Learning Team.

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Introduction to Applied Statistics for Psychology Students

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)   English (Canada)

Author(s): Gordon E. Sarty

Subject(s): Probability and statistics, Society and Social Sciences, Mathematics

Last updated: 14/06/2023

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Embedding Sustainable Development Goals in Teaching and Learning

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  1 H5P Activities    English (Canada)

Author(s): Aditi Garg

Subject(s): Educational strategies and policy, Sustainability

Institution(s): University of Saskatchewan

Last updated: 05/04/2023