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Investigating the benefits of a secondary education interaction design thinking course inside and outside the classroom

We implemented an interaction design thinking course in two secondary schools in greater Vancouver, Canada, and investigated the benefits of the course for students.

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Organizational Learning and Lecturer Performance: The Mediating Position of Voluntarily Creative Roles

This article examines the impact of generative organizational learning and lecturer performance by proposing a voluntarily creative role as a mediating variable for human resources development in higher education.

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Published online: April 25, 2017

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Universally Designing Success in the Classroom

This article will explore the elements of universal design implemented to increase effectiveness of instruction and meeting the needs of the more diverse population in today’s classrooms.

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Published online: April 25, 2017

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The Pop-Up as a Prototype of Event Design: A Case Study of the DEMO15/Pop Up

This study uses the DEMO15 event to evaluate the Pop Up as a prototype of event design, whose ephemeral strategy and pre-defined life cycle, is retroactively revealed as experimental method.

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Promoting Cycling with Help of Participatory Mapping on Samui Island, Thailand

This study employes a participatory mapping method encouraging community participation in promoting cycling on Samui Island, a famous tourist destination and a low-carbon model town in Thailand.

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Published online: April 24, 2017

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Design Management in Practice: Framework for Application in Companies

This paper introduces a design management framework for application in companies. The proposal is a result of gathered evidence collected in five product development companies.

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Beyond Discipline and Punish: Learning the Piano Inside a Prison

Traveling beyond Foucault’s ideas of discipline and punish, a piano was the vehicle for a musical project developed inside a Portuguese female prison in 2013-2014.

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Acquisition of English Preposition Pied-piping and Preposition Stranding

This interlanguage study investigates sixty Thai EFL students’ acquisition of English prepositional relative clauses, also known as object-of-preposition relative clauses (OPREPs).

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Published online: April 24, 2017

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What is Happening to Me? An Analysis of Ageing Processes for Mature Women and the Implications for Sports Participation and Lifestyle Choices for Health and Well-being

Declining health and well-being is prevalent today, despite the documented numerous benefits of sports participation. This paper examines the effects of female ageing processes and the implications for sports participation.

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Mega-Urbanization in China: Rural-Urban Synthesis as a Foundation for Sustainability

This paper examines rural-urban relations in mega-urban regions in east coastal China and uses the concept of eco-capital to propose policies promoting rural-urban synthesis that respond to challenges of sustainability.

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