FIRST WORKSHOP – February, 12th 2020 – 2pm-4pm (FTX 413) Unboxing apps: The walkthrough method as a step-by-step app analysis Workshop presented by Stefanie Duguay, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University. Software applications (apps) are the site of significant sociocultural and economic transformations across many domains, from health[…]
The CTI-Lab organizes a series of conversation on the social acceptability of eHealth and Artificial Intelligence. Several questions will be addressed, such as: What AI-based technologies are perceived as socially acceptable by physicians? What wearable technologies do patients living with Parkinson’s disease consider socially acceptable? This workshop series brings together academics and[…]
The election in a digital ecosystem Pr. Elizabeth Dubois (Department of Communication) October 2, 2019 1pm Room: TBT309
This project involved students from the University of Ottawa to help one of our Community Partner – Centre Psychosocial d’Ottawa – to improve external communication. The objective of a one-day Hackathon was to co-design a communication strategy involving the design of a website. The students have co-designed interactive wireframes to respond to[…]
The CTI-Lab organizes its first LabOthon of the year. Come and take up the following challenge: What communication strategy to promote the Religious Studies (SRS) courses on campus? A unique opportunity to put your knowledge into practice! When Wednesday, 10 October 2018 – 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Location Where:[…]
March 15, 2018 – Perez Hall, Music Library.
Four Ottawa Civic Tech (YOWCT) meet-ups were hosted on the University of Ottawa campus during October 2017. Ottawa Civic Tech is a community of citizens from diverse sectors and experiences who are interested in better understanding our complex social and civic challenges and building solutions at the intersection of technology,[…]