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Editor Extraordinaire

Francess Halpenny helped turn U of T into an academic publishing powerhouse

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Your Education Will Be Televised

A U of T library student delivers a high-tech talk

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Seniors Want to Know Whom They Can Trust Online

U of T study finds older Canadians are highly concerned about digital security – sometimes to their disadvantage

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Astroturfing

The practice of faking a grassroots movement gets an update in the age of social media

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How Do You Eat in Space?

UTM students design educational games about life on the International Space Station

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Muscle and Metal

How a unique U of T collaboration is making life better for a student with cerebral palsy

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The Mighty Pen

The War of 1812, as seen by political cartoonists

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What Happens to Our Digital Selves When We Die?

For Facebook and other technology companies it’s still an open – and troublesome – question

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A Foot in Two Worlds

3-D printing is creating new opportunities – and raising intriguing questions – as digital and physical realms meld

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Do the Locomotion

U of T’s Knowledge Media Design Institute challenges its students to use media to raise awareness

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Watchful Eyes

Security cameras are everywhere. A new app invites Torontonians to help map them

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Odd Bedfellows

Rather than warning students away from Wikipedia, some professors are now embracing it

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Global Nerve Centre

$1.8-million campaign will revitalize U of T’s culture and technology program and build on McLuhan’s legacy

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The Next Big Idea

Ten concepts that could shape the future: from digital credentials to safer drugs to DNA-tailored diets and more

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The Evolution of the Book in Canada

New volume traces print back hundreds of years

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Your Education Will Be Televised

A U of T library student delivers a high-tech talk

recent post image

Editor Extraordinaire

Francess Halpenny helped turn U of T into an academic publishing powerhouse

recent post image

The Next Big Idea

Ten concepts that could shape the future: from digital credentials to safer drugs to DNA-tailored diets and more

recent post image

The Evolution of the Book in Canada

New volume traces print back hundreds of years

recent post image

A Foot in Two Worlds

3-D printing is creating new opportunities – and raising intriguing questions – as digital and physical realms meld

recent post image

Global Nerve Centre

$1.8-million campaign will revitalize U of T’s culture and technology program and build on McLuhan’s legacy

recent post image

Odd Bedfellows

Rather than warning students away from Wikipedia, some professors are now embracing it

recent post image

Watchful Eyes

Security cameras are everywhere. A new app invites Torontonians to help map them

recent post image

What Happens to Our Digital Selves When We Die?

For Facebook and other technology companies it’s still an open – and troublesome – question

recent post image

Do the Locomotion

U of T’s Knowledge Media Design Institute challenges its students to use media to raise awareness

recent post image

The Mighty Pen

The War of 1812, as seen by political cartoonists

recent post image

Muscle and Metal

How a unique U of T collaboration is making life better for a student with cerebral palsy

recent post image

Seniors Want to Know Whom They Can Trust Online

U of T study finds older Canadians are highly concerned about digital security – sometimes to their disadvantage

recent post image

How Do You Eat in Space?

UTM students design educational games about life on the International Space Station

recent post image

Astroturfing

The practice of faking a grassroots movement gets an update in the age of social media

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