Series consists of materials regarding educational initiatives and studies made by the Halifax branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada, including papers presented to the Halifax branch of the Engineering Institute of Canada and correspondence.
Series consists of correspondence, secondary research materials, notes and manuscripts of Charles Bruce's unpublished work, including a novel titled Drift of Light. There is also a file containing drafts of speeches given by Bruce.
Series contains a collection of Brian Hall's reference cards used for citations. Materials include two sharp card sorters used for cohesively organising and finding individual groups of cards. There are approximately 20 000 reference cards. The cards deal with a variety of scientific topics, including but not limited to: the effects of mechanical stress on cartilage in vitro; a clinical overview of neurofibramitosis; and the growth of the facial skeleton in the hominoidea. The card sorters are located in Box 6.
Series contains records produced in the course of Jill Grant’s teaching at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and Dalhousie University. Records include course outlines and syllabi, lecture and presentation notes, assignments and exams, slides and photographs, and a limited volume of student work. This series is divided into subseries by course title; much of the material was removed intact from teaching binders and illustrates the evolution of courses taught over a range of years.