Ashley Ward

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This paper discusses the potential for web-based peer assessment, based on the numerous possibilities for different communication patterns that the technology affords. It describes and compares two novel web-based peer assessment systems for computer programming courses, and discusses their deployment on large programming modules. The results indicate that(More)
In this paper, we describe an environment developed to support a rich learning experience in which practice and theory in relational databases are better integrated, enabling students from various backgrounds to appreciate the significance of relational theory and the logical flaws in SQL. Our lightweight open source software includes the aspects of a(More)
Ashley K. Ward is a second-year Ph.D. student in the clinical psychology program in the Department of Psychology at Ryerson University. Her current research interests are in the areas of developmental criminology, antisocial and delinquent behavior in children and adolescents, and substance use disorders in adolescents and adults. His research interests(More)
1 Long-term follow-up of criminal activity with adjudicated youth in Ontario: Identifying offence trajectories and predictors/correlates of trajectory group membership for assisting with the data collection and coding. We are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments. The opinions expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do(More)
A 59 year-old woman with chronic renal disease presented in renal failure with a creatinine of 4.1 mg %. She had had a Roux-en-Y gastric bypass performed 10 years earlier. A diagnosis of oxalate nephropathy was made on renal biopsy. Oxalate nephropathy is a known complication of gastric bypass. Calcium and oxalate in the intestine form calcium oxalate(More)
This material may be freely reproduced for non-commercial purposes provided that the source is acknowledged. La présente publication est aussi disponible en français. Elle s'intitule : Trajectoires criminelles de deux sous échantillons de jeunes de l'Ontario qui ont fait l'objet d'une décision judiciaire.
The use of group‐based trajectory analysis has yielded important insights into the nature and pattern of offending over the life span. Particularly important is research on the progression of criminal activity across major developmental periods such as adolescence to adulthood and early adulthood to mid‐adulthood and beyond. The purpose of this study was(More)