Posts By: Karl Low

Karen Lam

Karen is currently completing her Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. She is born and raised in Alberta, and currently works in an administrative role in health care. Karen enjoys learning and studying science and technology and has worked and volunteered at a number of non-profit organizations across Alberta including the Let’s Talk Science, YMCA, Calgary Public Library, University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services. During her spare time, Karen is also learning French and Korean, and hopes to become fluent in both languages in the near future. When Karen isn’t working or studying, she enjoys listening to K-pop and watching K-dramas, and reading sci-fi and books about politics!

Course Exam—COMP 444 (Embedded/Robotic Programming)

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The Reading List—March 2021

With the vaccines rolling out and many more people are being vaccinated, we can now see a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. With that said, while we are waiting to be vaccinated (kudos to those who have been vaccinated!), try one of these books during your free time this month. On… Read more »

Course Exam—Math 266 (Introduction to Calculus II)

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Course Exam—ANTH 272(Introduction to Archaeology)

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The Reading List—February 2021

Last month, most of the books I recommended were primarily non-fiction books targeted towards starting off the new year.  However, most of us know that there is much more to appreciate in fiction, mystery, and sci-fiction novels! If you are thinking that you do not have time for reading—you may be wrong.  Reading can be… Read more »

Course Exam—Anthropology 362

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Celebrating Chinese New Year Virtually

Friday, February 12, 2021, marks Chinese New Year! As a Chinese-Canadian, my parents and their family come from Hong Kong and have always celebrated Chinese New Year after coming to Canada.  With that said, Chinese New Year is not only meant for the Chinese culture, but anyone can also celebrate it.  If you are looking… Read more »