Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022): General Issue
General Issue

The past few years of the pandemic have made an indelible impact on the economic, social and cultural fabrics of our society. Creating and sharing new knowledge has taken on a renewed urgency as communities around the world seek to rebuild a world that meets the ever-changing needs of the times.

The Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022) of the Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE) highlights five research studies from authors from across Canada and internationally. The articles provide valuable insights on responding to challenges with adaptability and resilience while shedding light on the importance of research and innovation.

Innovation Spotlights

Dr. Jennie Miron, Ms. Tammy Cameron, Ms. Sylwia Wojtalik
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Preserving and Promoting Academic Integrity – Lessons from COVID
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Devon Blaskevitch
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Regenerative Revolution: How Canadian Polytechnics are Leading the Charge
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