Information Visualization for Humanities Scholars Project
2004—2013 Information visualization for humanities scholars needs to accommodate a mix of evidence and argumentation. The humanities approach consists not of converging toward a single interpretation that cannot be challenged but rather of examining the objects of study from as many reasonable and original perspectives as possible to develop convincing
Academic Freedom vs Freedom of Expression
Freedom of expression and academic freedom are vital in a democratic society. But Alberta and Ontario governments seem intent on undermining those freedoms by distorting their meaning. To help add clarity to the debates, we’ve created a poster guide, free to print and share.
Depression is Not a Personal Failure Mini-Project
The ugly version of this poster was shared over 8k times. So, I created this one for slightly more aesthetic joy. Spread the message: depression is one of the consequences of living in toxic social, cultural, and political systems.
Occupation Stress Injury Mini-Project
ID’s Associate Professors Dr. Milena Radzikowska and Dr. D. Scharie Tavcer from the Criminal Justice Degree Program collaborated on a project to synthesize and translate information on occupational stress injury. Senior ID students, Madison Snell and Maria El-Lahib, attended the 2017 Occupational Stress Injury Symposium—a sold-out event organized by MRU’s