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PROJECTS

Ask Us Anything About AI

Fostering a community conversation about Artificial Intelligence (AI) by crowdsourcing a curated series of questions from the community and producing video responses to these from our graduate and faculty researchers.

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Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and Simulations

Develop and disseminate the know-how, infrastructural, economical, and adoption models to bring industry-level augmented reality, virtual reality, and simulation-based learning to Concordia’s credit course offerings.

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Concordia Hub

Create a single-entry point for faculty, staff and students that will enable them to receive seamless, safe and secure access to personalized and essential information and services.

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Course Recordings

Beyond the technological aspects, gain a broader perspective of the issues with course recordings and propose recommendations on how to proceed.

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Digital Capabilities

Provide students, faculty, and staff with an opportunity to adopt a practice of continual digital capabilities development as part of a well-rounded lifelong learning pursuit.

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Open Educational Resources (OER)

Facilitate adoption and creation of Open Educational Resources at Concordia, employing digital publishing infrastructure to support both affordable course content and participatory teaching & learning experiences.

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Orientation

Develop an integrated and streamlined approach to orienting newcomers (students, faculty, staff) and those in new roles to Concordia in line with their responsibilities.

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Process Review and Service Redesign

Review and redesign processes and services and adopt innovative design approaches, taking maximum advantage of the digital, while answering users’ needs for human interactions.

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Lab for Innovation in Teaching & Learning

Prototype next-generation, digitally-enhanced learning experiences in response to economic and job markets disruptions, changes in learner needs and expectations, and new technologies.

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