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Messabia

Associate Professor Nabil Messabia

The University of the Outaouais and the Laurentians,

Gatineau, Quebec, Canada 

An Employee Perspective of IT Innovation in the Banking Industry: Evidence from a Canadian Bank Branch  Volume 15, Issue 2, 2021  
zhan su

Professor Zhan Su

Full Professor Department of Mathematics

Universite Laval,

Quebec, Canada 

 Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) and Organizational Culture for Knowledge Sharing Strategy: Case Study of a Center for Continuing Education Volume 15, Issue 2, 2021
yamnil

 Associate Professor Siriporn Yamnill

Mahidol University,

Salaya, Nakhon Pathom Thailand 

 

 Managing Talented Professionals at the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand: Success and Challenges  Volume 15, Issue 2, 2021
 amin

 Adjunct Professor Nabeel Amin

University of Management and Technology

Lahore

 User-centered Design Conceptualisation of Upper Body Clothing for Female Hemiplegia Patients

Volume 14, Issue, 12

2020

 willis

 Dr Royce Willis

Southern Cross University,

Australia

 ‘Readiness’, Talent Management and Adaptive Solutions to enable Teachers in Indigenous Schools to Improve their Teaching

 

Volume 14, Issue,11,

2020

 per

 Associate Professor Per Eisele,

Linnaeus University

Sweden

 Self-reported Creativity and Job Satisfaction - How Individual and Social Creativity Relates to Job Satisfaction  Volume 14, Issue 11, 2020
author 3

Professor Alireza Anushiravani

Professor of Comparative Literature and Literary Theory,

Shiraz University,

Iran

Bahman Forsi’s The Vase and The Asylum and Harold Pinter’s Absurdism Volume 14, Issue 5, 2020
author 4

 

Associate Professor Mahmoud Nassar

Al Ain University

Abu Dhabi

Accounting Problems Influencing the Diffusion of Nanotechnology Implementation in Developing Countries: The Case of Jordanian Companies Volume 14, Issue 5, 2020

 

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    Volume 15, Issue 1, 2021 Special Edition: Innovative Ways Forward in Mental Health and Higher Education Practices   Guest Editor: Prof. Margaret Anne Carter Australian College of Applied Psychology (ACAP), Brisbane, Australia Pdf     Forwardby Prof. Margaret Anne Carter Pages i to iii   Pdf   Why Librarians Matter in the Promotion of Mental Health Literacy in Higher Education Dr. Philip Kwaku Kankam1, Frank Darkwa Baffour2, 1Department of Information Studies, University of Ghana., 2College of Arts, Society and Education, James Cook University. All over the world, mental health problems have been...

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