oURspace Institutional Repository
The mission of the oURspace digital repository is to share and preserve the scholarly, creative, and cultural work produced at the University of Regina.
oURspace provides U of R researchers with a free and secure option to deposit their research publications in an open access repository to meet funding agency requirements for open access. It also contains Theses and Dissertations from 2010 to present, documents from past projects such as the Indian History Film Project, all textbooks produced by the Open Textbook Program, and documents produced by many University departments.
oURspace is indexed by academic search engines such as Google Scholar and it is designed for long-term access to digital files. Publications in oURspace can also be assigned a digital object identifier (DOI) upon request.
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«Un-frenching» des Canadiennes françaises : histoires des Fransaskoises en situation linguistique minoritaire (University of New Brunswick, 2017-06-05)Cette étude aborde le phénomène de la perte de la langue première chez cinq Fransaskoises. En examinant leur situation linguistique minoritaire, ainsi que leurs expériences particulières dans les domaines communautaires, ...
Exploring Chinese instructors’ perceptions and practices of integrating culture into tertiary-level English education: A case study (Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina, 2022-07)Pedagogical conceptualization of culture influences, in significant ways, how language instructors identify cultural points, contextualize culture for pedagogical purposes, and scaffold student meaning-making. Although ...
Indigenous Language Revitalization and Applied Linguistics: Conceptualizing an Ethical Space of Engagement Between Academic Fields (University of New Brunswick, 2022-04-07)This conceptual paper examines the relationship between two academic areas: applied linguistics and Indigenous language revitalization. While the two domains have shared interests, they tend to operate separately. This ...
(American Psychological Association, 2021)Painters tend to depict a leftward light source more often in works of art (Mamassian, 2008) and even non-artists will light a painting from the left (McDine, Livingston, Thomas, & Elias, 2011). This bias does not appear ...
Increasing prosocial behaviour in community-dwelling older adults through phone visiting programs: A systematic review (2022-11-08)Older adults represent 17.5% of the Canadian population and experience high rates of loneliness and social isolation. Loneliness impacts quality of life, mental health, physical health, and mortality rates. There is a need ...