Re-animating & Re-searching: Mobilizing Knowledge in Education

Re-animating & Re-searching: Mobilizing Knowledge in Education

The LLED Graduate Research Conference is a biennial student-led conference. The conference is designed to provide opportunities for graduate students to gain conference experience, to share their work and also receive useful feedback from peers/conference participants.

The PhoneMe Project

The PhoneMe Project

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 […]