Using the Atlas for an Introduction to How Government Works in Canada
… one way of Using the Atlas
Selecting the crucial concepts
If you are an international graduate student studying in Canada and would like to learn how government works in your host country, you may find it useful to read the following concept pages on the Atlas. The concepts are organized to be read sequentially top to bottom left column, then top to bottom second column, then top to bottom right column.
The concepts are grouped by Atlas topic and have been selected from the Atlas subject, Governance and Institutions. The full Atlas course on this subject can be found at Atlas100 Governance and Institutions. The selected concepts number approximately one quarter of those in the Atlas course. Given that an Atlas courses is designed to require approximately 120 hours of study for the average MPP or MPA student, the selected concepts represent approximately 30 hours of study.
Page created by: Ian Clark, last modified 24 January 2017.
Image: Geocities, at http://www.oocities.org/gills_sword/government/, accessed 24 January 2017.