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Year: 1994 – Province: Alberta
Students who participated with Wilfred Kazmaier in the Husky Multimedia Project got a first-hand look at multimedia computer technology to develop lessons and learn about science. The science and chemistry teacher at John G. Diefenbaker High School in Calgary, Alberta, also co-ordinates the use of computer technology at the school. The success of the Husky project reflects his personal commitment to enhancing educational opportunities for students and teachers alike.
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