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Author(s):Raluca Radu, Aubree A. McAtee
Description:This case study explores the ways in which wildfire events impact individual health and livelihood from a micro, meso, and macro level. The case study walks the learner through an introduction to how climate change further exacerbates wildfire occurrence, alongside the myriad health impacts that stem from wildfire smoke exposure.
Author(s): Paul Tsopméné
Description:The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.
Author(s): Paul Tsopméné
Description:The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.
Author(s): Paul Tsopméné
Description:The main goal of this exercise book is to help students learn the material more efficiently and get better results. The book contains problems with very detailed solutions, and it is self-contained, as the summary for every concept is provided.
Author(s):Jennifer Kong, Helen Dyck
Description:This multimedia resource provides the science behind the disease that a health care professional is managing and an explanation of the signs and symptoms a patient is experiencing, starting at the tissue level.
Author(s):Riley Petillion, W. Stephen McNeil, Tamara Freeman
Description:This learning activity is designed to be used in a large introductory chemistry course, as part of a larger module of learning activities that includes prior viewing of an interactive instructional video.
Author(s):Riley Petillion, W. Stephen McNeil, Tamara Freeman
Description:This guided inquiry learning activity is designed to be used in a large introductory chemistry course.
Author(s): Riley Petillion, W. Stephen McNeil, Tamara Freeman
Description:This learning activity is designed to be used in a large introductory chemistry course, as part of a larger module of learning activities that include a prior reading of a short background information document.
Author(s): Chapman Learning Commons, UBC Library
Description:The Learning Commons website is an evolving collection of student-curated learning resources to support academic success and wellness.
Author(s):Claudia Krebs, Monika Fejtek
Description:A collection of over 100 3D anatomical specimens and models, created using a novel student-developed process that combines photogrammetry and laser scanning. These are fully interactive 3D models with optional labels.