A co-design approach refers to a set of theories, practices, and studies on how to include the end users as active design partners in the design process. As part of the iCARE-PD project, a co-design approach is being conducted with patients living with Parkinson’s disease. In the role of design partner, patients[…]
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,[…]