Tag: technology

Learning about artificial intelligence

Over the summer, University of Toronto students across all three campuses applied to U of T’s first 99AI Challenge. The challenge aims to educate...

Nova identified by U of T tech

The team behind the BRITE Constellationc Project, a Canada-Austria-Poland collaboration that investigates stellar structures and the evolution of stars in the sky,...

Can we learn computational thinking?

Last Friday, the UTM Chemical and Physical Science Department hosted its third annual E. A Robinson Education Lecture featuring Professor Quintin Cutts from the...

How Facebook attracts us back in

We log onto Facebook, check our notifications, accept a friend request, decline an event invitation, reply to a message, and log off. A few...

Fusing our technology in the future

On Tuesday October 2nd, UTM’s Experiential Education Unit held their second “Lecture Me!” event of the year at the Mississauga Central Library. The event...

Academic affairs aims for diversity

The Academic Affairs Committee held their first meeting of the academic year last Wednesday, which reviewed the results of ten years of faculty data...

U of T ups Ph.D. enrolment from Mexico

The University of Toronto will collaborate with Mexico’s National Council of Science and Technology (CONACyT) in order to bring 150 Ph.D. students to the...

Ideas about curiosity and learning

Last Saturday, the University of Toronto Mississauga hosted its second TEDxUofTMississauga event four years after the last one in 2013. Under the overarching theme...

Living without an audience

Over the winter break, I watched a pretty insightful video of Simon Sinek on Inside Quest talking about millennials.It’s tough to know where people...

Going digital with woes: the modern-day diary

The ability to document every moment is a tool unique to the lives of millennials. While our parents may have written about their day...

Why did everyone get quiet?

Today I want to write about participation in class

Art exhibit takes over office space

To mark 100 years since the birth of Marshall McLuhan, the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery’s fall 2011 exhibition series, How Near is Far, honours the achievements of the great Canadian media theorist by featuring a number of works that address the growing permeation of information technology in society.
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