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Stopping a Shortage Online: UBC's Dental Hygiene Degree Program Through Distance Education

By Zack Lee posted on May 9, 2007

Through UBC’s Dental Hygiene Degree Program, those who want to further their studies in the field are able to do so at their own pace. It is a specially designed program where students can complete their degrees through online courses offered by the Faculty of Dentistry.
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e-Learning Open House 2007 Turnout the Biggest Ever!

By Zack Lee posted on March 12, 2007

What do electric mice dream of at night? UBC Open House, of course! If you weren’t there you missed a great event. The 4th Annual e-Learning Open House was the best attended ever - we ran out of nametags and programs, but not enthusiasm!
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Get Your Moose On – Northern Voice 2007 is Ready to Romp Again

By Zack Lee posted on February 12, 2007

For those who have yet to experience the power of The Moose, the event is probably unlike any conference you have ever attended. True to the do-it-yourself, community-oriented ethos of weblogging, Northern Voice fosters an atmosphere that allows participants to steal the show, with special emphasis on providing a worthwhile experience to as diverse a range of attendees as possible.
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Alternative Existence in Parallel Worlds

By Zack Lee posted on January 30, 2007

Right now on the web the most rapid growth, the most innovation, and the most buzz concerns the emergence of three-dimensional immersive environments for online activity.
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Tag This! How UBC Researchers are Merging Blogs, Bookmarking, and More for Learning and Community Building

By Krista Charbonneau posted on October 30, 2006

Blogs, tagging, online identities, social bookmarking - these social software practices are hot technology trends with millions of people flocking to web sites like myspace.com, flickr.com and del.icio.us. Now UBC researchers David Vogt and Lee Iverson are looking at ways to bring these types of software together under one umbrella.
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