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Humans and technology

  • Nancy et Michel-Gaucher Room

How should digital citizenship be taught in higher education?

Based on the results of our FRQSC-funded research project on digital citizenship training in higher education, and on the AI ethics competency framework produced as part of a research project funded by the Pôle montréalais d’enseignement supérieur en intelligence artificielle, we will present what should be the core elements of appropriate digital citizenship training in colleges. Specifically, we will discuss digital citizenship awareness activities that have been developed to address the ethical, social and political issues raised by digital technology in higher education.

Frédérick Bruneault

Professor of Philosophy, Cégep André-Laurendeau / Associate Professor, School of Media, UQAM

Andréane Sabourin Laflamme

Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of AI, Collège André-Laurendeau

Reducing anxiety around ICT in education

A presentation will be given on the results of a research project funded by PAREA: Measuring the impact of ICT on college students’ feelings of anxiety. The researchers will present innovative tools developed to specifically measure the impact of ICT on students’ feelings of anxiety. They will also present the results of thoughtful implementation and use of ICT in education to limit the anxiety it induces.

Paul Turcotte

Teacher-researcher at the Centre de recherche pour l’inclusion des personnes en situation de handicap (CRISPESH), teacher in the philosophy department at Cégep du Vieux Montréal and researcher at CRISPESH

Christophe Fortin

Teacher-researcher at Cégep régional de Lanaudière in Terrebonne