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Using Open Broadcaster Software to Deliver Better Lessons

Post published:April 5, 2021

Virtual teaching comes with many challenges. As is clear to anyone who has watched teachers and young kids try to adapt to school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not easy to hold the attention of a group through the small window of a flat screen.

The Lucid Project: Medicinal Listening

The Lucid Project: Medicinal Listening

Post published:December 31, 2020

Aaron Labbe was in his second year of studies at SUNY Fredonia’s School of Music when he suffered a mental breakdown so bad it caused a heart arrhythmia. He was rushed to hospital, where he spent three days in intensive care and nearly a week in the cardiac unit.

Making Videos for Kids Help Phone

Making Videos for Kids Help Phone

Post published:December 31, 2020

In 2017, Kids Help Phone (KHP), a free resource that provides mental health support and counselling via telephone or the Internet, noticed that Indigenous youth were using the service in relatively small numbers.

A woman standing to the left with a blue skirt on and a prosthetic arm, and 3 men standing to the right


Post published:December 31, 2020

While fast, reliable access to prosthetic devices can be difficult to obtain in communities outside urban centres, the process becomes much easier when you have a 3D printer close at hand.

A classroom of students looking towards a whiteboard where staff member Mac Pavia is teaching.

A Place that Makes You Want to Learn

Post published:December 31, 2020

Mac Pavia began working with Pinnguaq as a student intern at the Makerspace in Iqaluit, Nunavut, running after-school programmes for youth and coordinating summer camps.

Siku app on laptop screen

SIKU: The Indigenous Social Media App

Post published:April 5, 2020

Siku is the Inuktitut word for “sea ice.” It’s also the name of a new app: an Inuit-led social media project designed to help users navigate and share knowledge about a northern landscape in flux.