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Enhancing Citizenship…What We Are Learning

Guest article by our main researchers on Project Citizenship,  

Nancy Spencer-Cavaliere, PhD and Bethan Kingsley PhD Candidate, Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation, University of Alberta

In 2011, through shared interest, people in common, and some very good luck, we learned about Project Citizenship.

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U of A design student prototypes new ways to increase community engagement

Guest Post by University of Alberta MDes student Travis Holmes


The CommuniTEA infusion van is a provocative instant community.

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Citizenship and Mental Health: Guest Article by Michael Rowe

We are very pleased and grateful that Dr. Michael Rowe of Yale University wrote this article for Project Citizenship to further our learning about supporting citizenship of marginalized populations.

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Fall 2014 Citizen Action Hall

In the fall of 2014, a group of inspired citizens with disabilities, University of Alberta Community Service-Learning students, researchers and Skills Society community support workers got together to curate artifacts and stories for 5 geocaches we then launched into our community.

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Guide to Visual Storytelling

Our resident PhD student, Alexandra Duncan, has compiled this handy Guide to Visual Storytelling, which provides useful information and tips on how to document stories about people, whether you’re making a video or just snapping a few photos.

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Making Our Mark Opening Reception at City Hall

On Sunday, June 22, the Making Our Mark exhibition held its opening reception at City Hall, as part of the 2014 Works Art & Design Festival.

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