Fonds F0500 - Paul Anisef fonds

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Paul Anisef fonds

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F0500

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  • 1981-2005 (Creation)
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    Anisef, Paul, 1942-

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0.69 m of textual records
37 computer disks (26.95 MB)
1 videocassette
129 audio cassettes

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(1942-)

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Fonds consists of textual files including questionnaires, data summary sheets, and transcripts of interviews from the Class of '73 Project, as well as annotated papers, correspondence, and programs from conferences attended by Professor Anisef from 1981 to 2004. These records pertain to topics such as the relationship between post-secondary studies and success in the labour market, access to higher learning in Canada and Australia, the experiences of adult and part-time students in universities, the outcomes of schooling in Ontario's multicultural society, and the transition from post-secondary education to employment; applications for non-leave research grants, a sabbatical in 1996, and to various federal ministries for funding to study educational outcomes of migrant and non-migrant children, approaches to educational planning, meeting the needs of newcomer youth, improving access to health care for marginalized groups, and immigrant settlement and access to services in York Region; and teaching files, 1987-1998, that include course syllabi, notes from course readings, lectures, and some papers by students. Also included in the fonds are recordings of interviews dealing with immigrant experiences arranged by focus group and country, 2000-2001, and electronic files created by Professor Anisef between 1989 and 1997 that include teaching material, curriculum vitae, project notes, and applications for funding.

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Restrictions on access apply to some items in this fonds. Contact the University Archivist for details.

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Draft

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Partial

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2021/10/05. J. Grant. Creation.

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