A Digital Pedagogy of Civic Literacy & Civic Rights

  Dr. John Willlinsky is a Canadian educator, activist, and author. Dr. Willinsky is currently on the faculty of the Stanford Graduate School of Education where he is the Khosla Family Professor. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He retains a partial appointment at SFU where he directs the Public Knowledge Project. Keynote Presentation: A Digital Pedagogy […]

What is the Social and Economic Cost of the Digital Divide in Canada? Access, Digital Litearacy, and Educational Attachment

Dr. Anabel Quan-Haase is a Canadian academic and published author. She is currently an associate professor at the University of Western Ontario located in London, Ontario, where she is cross-appointed to the Faculty of Information and Media Studies and the Department of Sociology. Dr. Quan-Haase is a past-president of the Canadian Association for Information Science (CAIS) and currently acts as the association’s social […]

Literacy and Education Forward and Back after Neoliberalism, ‘Globalism’ and Backlash

Dr. Allan Luke is an educator, researcher, and theorist studying literacy, multiliteracies, applied linguistics, and educational sociology and policy. Dr. Luke has written or edited over 15 books and more than 200 articles and book chapters. Dr. Luke, with Peter Freebody, originated the Four Resources Model of literacy in the 1990s. Part of the New London Group, he was […]

Equity in Digital Literacies: Access, Ethics & Engagement