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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: February 24, 2021 @12:59 pm

Checking our Online Behaviour for Digital Blackface by Estelle Frank In today’s digital age, we have more tools at our disposal to express ourselves virtually than ever before. From memes to GIFS to emojis to Bitmojis, visual representations of the emotion we may want to convey online is easily done on messaging or social media […]

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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: February 9, 2021 @1:20 pm

Personalized Personal Lives: Students vs. Filter Bubbles by Joe Wright We’ve all likely seen and been told about how Google’s now seamless integration into our lives sometimes results in a blurring of our lines of privacy, but another hidden tactic of Google (and many other platforms) is ‘personalizing’ the information we’re shown to appeal to […]

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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: January 26, 2021 @12:04 pm

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by Rachael Bradshaw – Date: January 13, 2021 @12:23 pm

Using Your Online Democratic Voice By Alexander Howes Strengthening democracy requires us to engage in civil, informed online discourse. It is important to be conscientious about our democratic voice online. From choosing our news sources to engaging in online debate, it is important for us to be informed and engaged. This article provides strategies for […]

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by Eseohe Ojo – Date: October 29, 2020 @4:14 pm

This semester has been unlike any others before it. One of the big changes has been limited physical access to the library and its resources. Due to COVID-19, library branches within the UBC and UofT campuses either offer very limited services or remain entirely closed. However, this does not mean that students are left without […]

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