Intersections vol.4 : Digital creativity & Social Impact
Digital creativity provides a significant lever to develop solutions that address the most pressing social and environmental issues. Whether we talk about access to education, to health services, climate change or civic engagement, the digital is everywhere. The digital is used both as a communication tool to raise awareness about these issues and as a practical instrument to put these solutions into practice.
◤ David Usher is an artist, best selling author, entrepreneur and keynote speaker. He is the founding director of the Human Impact Lab at Concordia University. Climate Clock, the lab’s leading project, mixes art, science & technology to tell the public another story about climate change.
◤ Cassie Rhéaume / Ladies Learning Code
◤ Jean-Noé Landy / Open North
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