The Library is pleased to present unique sound-oriented and creative works that emerged from the international SpokenWeb symposium Listening, Sound, Agency, organized and hosted as a virtual conference by the Concordia University SpokenWeb team.
Some sessions are open to all students, while others are open to Indigenous, Metis and Inuit Students only.
A Raspberry Pi is a very small computer; so what can you do with it? Lots of things, including triggering a camera to take photos of your cat!
This workshop introduces participants to the culture and socio-political structures, traditions and realities of Métis people and their relationship with the rest of Canada.
Come and get started with Arduino, a user-friendly platform for microcontrollers that will allow you to build anything from a weather station to a wearable electronics device.
This workshop is designed to provide historical and contemporary perspectives on the politics of being Indigenous.
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