GRAND’s self-reflective study paints a portrait of scholarly life transformed by digital media and social networks.
Play, Make, and Discuss at this three-day event and indie arcade hosted by Concordia's TAG Centre March 6-8. Part of Festival Montréal joue 2014.
Over ten years in the making, HDR display technology first developed at Canadian universities is about to hit the mainstream TV market providing consumers with image quality comparable to human vision.
Privacy expert Dr. Jacquelyn Burkell at Western University argues that the online public takes a calculated (if not fully informed) risk when giving up private information.
The Network's fifth annual conference (May 14-16, 2014 in Ottawa, ON) will present a full range of multidisciplinary digital media research and innovation from its 26 member universities.
To register, visit grand-nce.ca/grand2014
GRAND to introduce renewed research program focused on tackling problems of importance to Canada. New projects expected to come on line April 2014.