Montreal, landscapes and lockdown
This article, written by Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec, studies the consequences of the health measures and restrictions imposed during the Spring 2020 COVID-19 lockdown in Montreal. The impacts on certain urban spaces are exposed.
Artificial intelligence in education: focusing on the greater good
Thierry Karsenti, Canada Research Chair in Technologies in Education, exposes the many benefits and challenges of AI in education.
Growing threats to media freedom: democracy under assault
Maria Ressa, co-founder, Executive Editor and CEO of Rappler calls for readers to educate themselves and demand accountability from social media platforms and governments.
A Sense of Belonging: To what? And on whose terms?
In this article, author David Divine explores the complexities of belonging, particularly in relation to Black communities in Canada. Who defines acceptance, and why do we seek to belong? These questions and answers are explored drawing on a sociological exploration of inclusion and broader meanings of belonging.
Education and COVID-19: challenges and opportunities
The UNESCO Chair in Curriculum Development explores the challenges and opportunities created by the COVID-19 crisis for education stakeholders in terms of curricula, school environments, students and teachers.