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March 19, 2019
New app designed to ‘hook’ together users’ digital lives
SFU adjunct professor Dr. Luc Beaudoin has created strategies for better sleep and improving memory function. His latest venture tackles another cognitive efficiency of sorts—connecting everything we do online. He has launched a new app—aptly called Hook—designed to give users the ability to more rapidly store, link and access information.
March 12, 2019
Dr. Rina Zazkis wins 2019 Mathematics Ambassador Award
Dr. Rina Zazkis has won the 2019 Jonathan Borwein Mathematics Ambassador Award!
March 12, 2019
AI in schools – here's what we need to consider
As an educational technology researcher, I am interested in how educators apply technological advancements. My concern is improving and facilitating education by holistically combining educational philosophy, psychology, sociology and technology.
February 06, 2019
New Book Release: The City Game
Written by SFU Education Alumni Amanda Zanette, The City Game incorporates innovative and practical methods to simplify the daily management of a classroom while introducing real world aspects.
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