The TMC Resource Kit was conceived, designed & developed by Dr. Siobhan O'Flynn & Anthea Foyer. It is a living website that will evolve as new case studies & resources are added over the coming year to build an extensive set of diverse case studies modeling unique and successful strategies in the digital sphere. The resources aggregated here provide a rich and informative suite of documents for Canadian and Australian content producers moving into the digital space.
Professor Mariana Valverde's newest book Everyday Law on the Street is now available online from The Univeristy of Chicago Press! Order your copy here: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/E/bo13948187.html
From the publisher:
UC Student Life Blogger
Are you a fan of social media? Do you like to write? Do you love UC? Then we are looking for you!
The Office of the Dean of Students is looking for 3 UC students to Blog about life at UC and at U of T as a new feature of our website
Time Commitment: 3 blogs per term
Content: Taking a positive look at what life as UC student is like, being creative, informational and supportive of upcoming college and campus events.
SDS is excited to have hired 7 new Work Study students for the 2012-2013 year! Sania Hameed, Julie St.Pierre and Marianne Williams will be working with the Sexual Representations Collection, under the direction of Nicholas Matte. Brock Hessel, Kiran Mehdee, Catharine Renner, and Rodney Rousseau, will be assisting with Centre administration and events. We look forward to working with all of you, and we welcome you to the SDS team!
Prof. Brenda Cossman, Director of the Mark S.
Rebecca Thorpe has built a strong reputation in administrative positions across the University over the past 6 years, working most recently as the Program Assistant for the International Pharmacy Graduate Program. During her time as an SDS undergraduate, her advanced academic research explored the different experiences of trans* parents in Canadian and American education systems.
ImaginNATIONs is the undergraduate journal of the Canadian Studies program. Created by undergraduate students with the support of the Canadian Studies program, ImagiNATIONS seeks academic curiosity and excellence both inside and outside of the Canadian Studies community. ImagiNATIONS began as an idea to establish a forum for students to share their academic work with a larger audience and to generate discussion in the academic community of Canadian Studies.