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Becker Associates Publication Nominated for Heritage Toronto Awards 2011

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Nominees for the 2011 Heritage Toronto Awards | Heritage Toronto – Telling Torontos Stories. Becker Associates is pleased to announce Creating Memory, A Guide to Public Sculpture in Toronto, by John Warkentin, co-published by Becker Associates and The City Institute at York University, has been nominated in the book category of the Heritage Toronto Awards. Toronto […]

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Privacy issues and the cloud

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Talk of cloud computing is everywhere. The dust is settling on many issues surrounding this new way of managing your data. Concerns about privacy have permeated every business decision, and the implications of where your data resides will make managing privacy more difficult. We were concerned about the implications of the Patriot Bill in the […]

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Volunteering can lead to success at work

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With so many demands on your time and energy, it’s hard to find time to go out and volunteer – but contributing to your community can also have a positive impact on your career. By helping out with school fundraisers, coaching Little League or volunteering to lead your employers United Way Campaign, you can develop […]

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OFSHEEA Launches New Website

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OFSHEEA (The Ontario Family Studies Home Ecomonic Educators Association), a subject area association, launches their new site. Becker Associates developed their site, re-organizing their content to make the vast resources available more evident. www.ofsheea.ca

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Creating Memory: A Guide to Outdoor Sculpture in Toronto

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by John Warkentin, York University Published by Becker Associates in association with The City Institute at York University Toronto has over 600 public outdoor sculptures, works of art that provide a sense of the rich variety of life and work in the city, its peoples, cultures and aspirations. Interest in commissioning public sculpture began slowly […]

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Creating Depth to Your Site

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In Six Pixels of Separation, Mitch Joel points out that even through Wired magazine’s mandate is to publish the latest and greatest on technology news, over half of the traffic to their web site is to older archived content. This is not because people are necessarily looking for Wi-Fi articles from 1998 in Google. They […]

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Refuge: Canada’s Periodical on Refugees

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Founded in 1981, Refuge is an interdisciplinary journal published two times a year by the Centre for Refugee Studies, York University and Queen’s University. The journal aims to provide a forum for discussion and critical reflection on refugee and forced migration issues. Refuge is a non-profit, independent periodical supported by subscriptions and provides analytical, reflective, […]

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Association Management Services

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Becker Associates provides full secretariat services to local, provincial and national not-for-profit bodies. Many of our clients have membership or subscription lists that are less than a thousand. This scale of operation makes it prohibitive for an association to maintain its own office. Even with a volunteer or student workforce, operating and equipment costs may be […]

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Intersections

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Canadian Journal of Music, formerly Canadian University Music Review, a bilingual journal, was founded in 1980 by the Canadian University Music Society. As the principal Canadian outlet for refereed scholarly research, it is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The global aim of the journal is to publish research by […]

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Renaissance and Reformation

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Renaissance and Reformation is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, bilingual quarterly. The journal publishes articles and reviews on all aspects of the Renaissance, Reformation and Early Modern world: literature, geography, history, religion, art, music, society, and economics. Renaissance and Reformation is currently available electronically through the Iter database on subscription.

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Early Theatre

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Early Theatre is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes research in medieval or early modern drama and theatre history, rooted in the records and documents of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. We likewise encourage articles or notes on related materials either in Europe, or in parts of the world where English or European travellers, traders, and […]

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