Tyndale Digital Collections
Tyndale Digital Collections (TDC), managed by the J. William Horsey Library, is a digital repository offering a central location for the deposit, maintenance and long-term preservation of the research and other scholarly production of the Tyndale University Community. TDC also holds digitized items of value from the University Archives and special collections that highlight the history, nature and culture of the University. One of our key missions is to ensure that these scholarly and creative endeavors are accessible to the widest possible audience. Candidates for deposit in TDC include journal articles, conference papers, instructional resources, student projects, theses, dissertations, university archival materials, and more. For more information about TDC, please contact us at email@example.com.
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Understanding Motivational Differences through the Lens of Gamification User Types. (George Fox UniversityNewberg, Or., 2023-05)In the context of an educational technology course, teacher candidates completed Marczewski’s User Types Hexad Test, a questionnaire based on a typology for classifying both intrinsic and extrinsic motivational tendencies. ...
Review of Walter Brueggemann, The Land: The Place as Gift, Promise, and Challenge in Biblical Faith. 2nd ed. (University of Toronto PressToronto, Ont., 2005)
Joanna Baillie (The Literary Dictionary Company LimitedEngland, 2001-11-12)
’A Thousand Angles’: Photographic Irony in the Work of Virginia Woolf and Julia Margaret Cameron (University of Manitoba PressWinnipeg, MB, 2000-06)This essay argues that both Julia Margaret Cameron and her great-niece Virginia Woolf challenge class and gender stereotypes through photographic irony Departing from the reading of Cameron as Woolf's staid Victorian foil, ...
Review of Where is God? Christian Faith in the Time of Great Uncertainty: Julián Carrón in Conversation with Andrea Tornielli (Equinox Publishing GroupSheffield, UK, 2022)