Israël Dupuis, MA
Part-time Faculty, Design and Computation Arts
Israël Dupuis' work is based on the idea of a social design "with people". He has been involved in the collaborative outreach project design and community engagement (Concordia's Dans La Rue) since 2001. In this live lab class, participants from various community organizations learn to use graphic and multimedia design to develop employability skills and bolster their self-confidence. Much of his recent work is devoted towards sustainable multimedia design approaches and products for the community.
Recently, Israël Dupuis' research are community-based projects involving a Computer Art Therapy approach.
He is currently working on an online graphic design resource dedicated specially for college student living with disability such as anxiety or ADD (tutoriel.info).
Other fields of research focus around the development of e-portfolios as a pedagogical instrument for employability and acquisition of social skills for individuals living with personality disorders.
- BFA Design-Arts (Concordia, 1998)
- MA Communication (UQAM, 2014)
Areas of expertise
La création collective multimédia chez les jeunes à risque : un moyen pour aider à passer à travers les coups durs
Dupuis, Israël (2014). « La création collective multimédia chez les jeunes à risque : un moyen pour aider à passer à travers les coups durs » Mémoire. Montréal (Québec, Canada), Université du Québec à Montréal, Maîtrise en communication.