The Digital Literacy Project is an initiative of the Atwater Library and Computer Centre through which we get community groups and schools using creative digital technologies. Over the past seven years we have worked with over 45 partner organizations and through them, more than 1,000 individuals ranging in age from 6 to 96.
Find out more about past initiatives on our blog.
On February 7, 2015, as part of Concordia University’s “Movement Building One-day Teach-In,” Digital Literacy Project facilitators Rana Salah and Nina Pariser offered a workshop on using video and humour to address serious topics.
On January 20, 2015, Project Coordinator Eric Craven gave a presentation at the Community Learning Centre Teacher Institute on the topic of digital literacy and community-based learning.
For more information about the Atwater Library’s Digital Literacy Project, contact Project Coordinator Eric Craven at email@example.com or 514-935-7344 ext’n 207.