The light at the end of the tunnel appears for many undergraduate students in their fourth year of study. As the month of April approaches, graduating students dream of donning gowns and tossing caps in the air in before heading off into the proverbial “real world.” For others, receiving an undergraduate degree is just the tip
A handful of University of Alberta classes have introduced Wikipedia to their classrooms as a teaching resource this past semester, despite criticisms about the website’s credibility in educational institutions. The initiative to integrate Wikipedia into classes began in the United States with the Wikimedia Foundation’s Wikipedia Education Program, but has expanded globally to include classes in
One University of Saskatchewan professor is threatening to deny access to grades if his students don't pay an additional $30 for course materials.
A study released in August reveals there is a huge gap in the pay of male and female professor at institutions across Canada. At the University of Saskatchewan, male professor salaries are an average $9,807 more than those of female teaching staff.