File contains textual records pertaining to refresher courses given by the College of Pharmacy's Division of Continuing Pharmacy Education. The 2004 program celebrates the 40th year of offering the course (1964-2004). The second document is the program for the 1965 course, with the title "Hospital Pharmacy Institute".
File contains a paperback book called "Recording Teaching Accomplishment: A Dalhousie Guide to the Teaching Dossier," by Carol O'Neil, Alan Wright, and the Office of Instructional Development and Technology. There are some other documents about teaching tucked into the book. The file also contains a spiral bound book called "Recording Teaching Accomplishment Institute," from the Dalhousie University Office of Instructional Development and Technology.
File contains a pamphlet called "A Personal Risk Assessment for Craftsmen and Artists," several pamphlets about teaching practices, an issue of "Focus on University Teaching and Learning," documents from the Recording Teaching Accomplishment Institute, a document called "Ethical Principles in University Teaching," collected memorandums from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences from 1995, and various other documents collected by Robert Doyle at Dalhousie University. The file also contains the teaching dossiers of Mark D. Ludman, Kathleen Marie Landymore, and Satoko Suzuki, which were used as examples by the Recording Teaching Accomplishment Institute.
File contains two reel-to reel tapes containing recordings of Barbara Hinds talking about the history of the church in Cape Dorset; a grade 2 reading lesson at a school in Frobisher Bay; students singing God Save the Queen; and Barbara Hinds interviewing Gordon Goward, a teacher in Frobisher Bay.
File contains a draft manuscript of a statement given at session four (of nine), delivered by Dr. Tom Parker, entitled "The Royal Commission Report: What it means for the teacher". File also contains a program of the sessions.
File contains documents relating to awards received by Hall from 2009 - 2010. Materials include awards, invitations, and letters of congratulations. The awards Hall received during this time include the Killam Prize and the induction into the Discovery Centre's Science Hall of Fame. Materials also include one invitation from the University of Calgary received at a later date.
File contains documents relating to Hall's Dalhousie appointments from 1968 - 2016. Materials include correspondence including salary discussions, notices from Dalhousie, reports of Hall's work, applications, narrative account of Hall's career, and applications for sabbatical.
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointment as the George S. Campbell Professor of Biology at Dalhousie from 2001-2007. Materials include Hall's research accomplishments, publications, and sources of financial support, correspondence, letters of appointment, and annual reports of Hall's work.
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointment as a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1985. Materials include correspondence, administrative information regarding the Society, and a press release.
File contains documents relating to Hall's honorary degree received from the University of Calgary in 2014. Materials include a photograph of Hall in graduation robes, the 2014 convocation booklet and invitation for June 12, correspondence, a small news feature, and an outline for Hall's speech.
File contains documents relating to Hall's appointments at the University of Western Australia, including Fellow of the Centre for Human Biology and the Raine Visiting Professorship. Materials include correspondence, descriptions of seminars given by Hall from February 15 - May 15, 1993, and seminar posters.
File contains documents relating to Hall's lectures on or for the Dalhousie Integrated Science Program (DISP). Materials include typed and handwritten notes, as well as overhead slides and notes from a third party who listened to the lecture.
File contains documents relating to Hall's lectures on evolution for the University of King’s College, at least partially for Professor McOuat. Materials include typed and handwritten notes, as well as lecture outlines and crib sheets for tests.