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    • Work, family and identity 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the existing transition to remote work and, more broadly, flexible forms of work. Much energy and attention have been dedicated to analysing this transition, and how governments and ...
    • COVID-19 and the future of work 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      This Article draws upon law and behavioral economics to analyze the transition to remote work brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While widely celebrated, this transition, which indeed has many promising aspects, is ...
    • Brief of professor Phil Lord in opposition to the proposed class action settlement in Leung v. Uber Canada Inc. et al. 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2022)
      This is a Brief submitted in opposition to the proposed class action settlement in Leung v. Uber Canada Inc. et al.
    • Tackling the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons learned and paths forward 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2022)
      This Research Note draws upon the paper I presented at the conference, published in the Manitoba Law Journal, to consider the persisting issues governments face as they continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. It ...
    • Book Review: L'action collective : ses succès et ses défis (Recension : L'action collective : ses succès et ses défis) 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      English Abstract: Book review of L'action collective : Ses succès et ses défis by Catherine Piché French Abstract : Recension de L'action collective : Ses succès et ses défis par Catherine Piché
    • Moral panic and the war on drugs 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      This Article analyzes the War on Drugs as a social phenomenon. It argues that such an analysis, which rejects the assumption that collective, institutionalized behavior is generally rational, can help us understand key ...
    • Black lives matter: On challenging the soul of legal education 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      In 2020, the Black Lives Matter movement moved to the fore. Many Americans understood for the first time that racism persists in countless aspects of American society and that the legacy of our past is deep and structural. ...
    • Religious legitimacy 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      This article seeks to demonstrate both the importance of expertise and scholarship in framing a religion’s claim of legitimacy in law, and how expertise can be harnessed by a religious group to gain this legitimacy. From ...
    • Free vaccines and lost privileges 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2022)
      Governments are resorting to incentives to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind them. Using Canada as a case study, this paper discusses how governments have used positive and negative incentives to increase vaccination rates, ...
    • Ending poverty 

      Lord, Phil (Elsevier, 2021)
      This paper summarily lays out one potential legislative solution to poverty and homelessness in developed countries. This solution would be a government program offering loans to noncreditworthy individuals, repaid through ...
    • Popping the cap 

      Lord, Phil (LexisNexis, 2021)
      On a beautiful summer night, Pritie Patel called up her friends. They decided to go out in Montreal’s Old Port. Around 1 AM, as Patel and her friends were returning home, Patel walked across a stopped train. There were no ...
    • Cultivating humility 

      Lord, Phil (Taylor & Francis, 2021)
      This article focusses on the role of humility in the law school. It argues in favour of a culture where humility is consciously cultivated in law students. Section I considers the grading curve, a quintessentially North ...
    • Cost-Effectiveness of Treatment Strategies for Selumetinib to Neurofibromatosis Type I Inoperable Plexiform Neurofibromas Patients Aged 3 to 18 

      Ault, Andrew K. (2022)
      Assessing the cost effectiveness for drugs targeting ultra-rare diseases is complex given the limited clinical evidence for many drugs, yet is growing in importance as the number of these drugs being commercialized is ...
    • Prevalence of multimorbidity in adults with cancer, and associated health service utilization in Ontario, Canada: a population-based retrospective cohort study 

      Kone Pefoyo, Anna; Scharf, Deborah (Springer Nature, 2021)
      Background: The majority of people with cancer have at least one other chronic health condition. With each additional chronic disease, the complexity of their care increases, as does the potential for negative outcomes ...
    • Tailoring Information Literacy Instruction and Library Services for Continuing Education 

      Lange, Jessica; Canuel, Robin; Fitzgibbons, Megan (CILIP, Community Services Group, Information Literacy Group, 2011)
      As higher education diversifies worldwide, academic librarians must adapt their information literacy initiatives to meet the needs of new populations. This paper explores the implementation of information literacy instruction ...
    • Canadian academic libraries and the mobile web 

      Canuel, Robin; Crichton, Chad (Emerald, 2011)
      Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to assess how Canadian academic libraries have responded to the rapidly evolving mobile environment and to identify gaps in the services provided, while suggesting areas for future ...
    • Apps for academic success: Developing digital literacy and awareness to increase usage 

      Canuel, Robin; Mackenzie, Emily; Senior, Andrew; Torabi, Nazi (IOS, 2017)
      As a consequence of the high adoption levels of mobile technology, users are increasingly accessing academic library-subscribed content via vendor-supplied mobile applications (apps) or responsive websites. However, users ...
    • Leveraging apps for research and learning: A survey of Canadian academic libraries 

      Canuel, Robin; Crichton, Chad (Emerald, 2015)
      Purpose– The purpose of this paper is to assess the response of Canadian academic libraries to the rapid proliferation of mobile application (apps), many of which are useful for research, teaching, and learning. ...
    • A survey of online library tutorials: Guiding instructional video creation to use in flipped classrooms 

      Obradovich, Alexandra; Canuel, Robin; Duffy, Eamon P. (American Library Association, 2015)
      There has been a steady increase in library literature on “flipping the classroom.” This teaching strategy requires students to review course material outside the classroom beforehand, thereby allowing more time during ...
    • Tablets as Powerful Tools for University Research 

      Canuel, Robin; Crichton, Chad; Savova, Maria (American Library Association, 2012)
      The increasing popularity of tablet computers in recent years is beginning to transform the way that library users, and in particular postsecondary students and faculty, find and engage with digital content. In response ...