I’ve heard this sentiment expressed quite a lot this past week, as well as, “It’s great when it works.” When technology it is working, I am very appreciative of the amazing things you can do. Such as, communicate with people quickly in an emergency and share information with many people easily. But, are we too More »
My name is Joe Isadore and I am in grade 11 at Wagmatcookewey School in Wagmatcook. This is my first year in the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth at Cape Breton University. In addition to the opening and a closing conference, we interact on a regular basis via social media. On a bi-weekly basis we More »
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Advisory councils bring other view points, broader experiences, guidance and networking; all so very important as we transition from phase one of the Crawford Chair to the much broadened phase two. The National Advisory Council met yesterday to focus on the issues surrounding this very transition. As it currently stands we operate with three advisory More »
Starting today the library will be offering a pick-up and delivery service for ILL/Novanet Documents and CBU Library books. This service will allow faculty to have items dropped off to their School offices Mon-Fri between 2-3pm. You can request delivery to your School office through the Library ILL/Document Delivery department (see details, below). In addition, More »
Students in business at universities across Canada often engage in case study competitions. That is, they review a documented business situation, consider various ways of dealing with the situation, and then present their chosen course of action. These competitions challenge analytical skills and give students the opportunity to gain experience in making business decisions. There More »
Happy New Year! In my last blog entry I shared some thoughts on my recent visit to PIB, in the Okanagan, British Columbia. As I said already, it was a wonderful opportunity to be on the west coast. I look forward to using the energy and ideas from the adventure as a spring board More »