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Nadia Naffi

Nadia Naffi

Assistant Professor in the Education Department (Educational Technology), Concordia University
Nadia Naffi is an Assistant Professor at Concordia University in the Educational Technology program and an expert in designing, developing and facilitating synchronous and asynchronous online courses and experiential and interactive learning, in a problem-based learning approach.

She is a recipient of the Goveranor General Gold Medal, 2018.

Elle est aussi consultante en gestion de la performance, experte en médias sociaux, en inclusion et intégration sociales. Elle détient un Doctorat en éducation (avec un focus sur les technologies éducatives) de l’Université Concordia à Montréal.

As a performance consultant by training, she examined through her SSHRC funded research the influence of social media propaganda and hate speech on the social inclusion and social integration of refugees, notably after terror attacks.

Elle vise à révéler les systèmes de construits utilisés par les jeunes pour interpréter le contenu partagé en ligne dans de tels contextes où réfugiés, peuples autochtones, groupes LGBTQ+, Noirs et autres groupes sont victimisés dans les médias sociaux, et que nombre de personnes s’en tiennent à un état de témoin passif, alors que leur intervention pourrait sauver des vies.

Gap back-to-school 'hijab ad' ignites social media

Aug 23, 2018 23:27 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business Life

In July, Gap launched its back to school advertising campaign featuring a group of children of colour from P.S. 153 in Harlem, New York, including a young girl wearing a hijab. The ad spurred positive media coverage for...

Syrian refugees — the need for an image reboot

Aug 08, 2018 12:05 pm UTC| Insights & Views

In 2018, the Syrian refugee crisis entered its eighth year. The return of expatriates to Syria is challenging. More and more Syrians are displaced. Since the series of terrorist attacks that shook Paris and the Western...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries flat in muted session ahead of FOMC speeches, short-term 2-year auction

The U.S. Treasuries remained flat during late afternoon session Monday amid a silent trading day that witnessed data of little economic significance. However, a host of Federal Open Market Committees (FOMC) members...

German bunds slump ahead of September producer price index, October manufacturing PMI

The German bunds slumped during European session Monday as investors wait to watch the countrys producer price index (PPI) for the month of September, scheduled to be released on October 23 by 06:00GMT and manufacturing...

Thailand’s full-year inflation to average 1.3 pct y/y, before rising to 1.6 pct next year: DBS Group Research

Thailands full-year inflation is expected to average 1.3 percent y/y, before rising to 1.6 percent next year on a higher core, according to the latest report from DBS Group Research. Inflation has shrugged off a slow start...

ECB’s October policy meeting unlikely to bring new policy signals to table, says Danske Bank

The European Central Bank (ECB) is not expected to deliver any new policy signals to the table at its monetary policy meeting, scheduled to be held on October 25 by 11:45GMT, according to the latest research report from...

Australian bonds slump on first trading day in muted session; eyes on RBA Assistant Governors’ speech

Australian government bonds slumped on the first trading day of the week Monday amid a muted trading session that witnessed data of little economic significance. However, a host of speeches from the Reserve Bank of...

Politics

Bringing in backpackers is not the right way to get more workers onto farms

Suddenly, getting workers onto farms is a top political priority. Over the weekend, and again in parliament on Monday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced plans to get more backpackers working on farms. We dont...

How the polls could have caught 'surprise' victories like Trump's

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US midterm elections: the dirty tricks used by parties to skew results in their favour

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View from The Hill: How the government's plan to oppose Hanson's motion became a vote to support it

For Mathias Cormann, 2018 has been the annus horribilis. After emerging badly bruised from the leadership crisis, on Tuesday he took responsibility for the disastrous snafu over Pauline Hansons It is OK to be white...

Pik Botha and Namibia: ambiguities and contradictions

Roelof Pik Botha, South Africas foreign minister under apartheid, who has died at the age of 86, was a man of contradictions. He could, for example, be charming. But, though a long-serving diplomat, he was often very...

Science

How scientists are fighting infection-causing biofilms

The surfaces people interact with every day may seem rather mundane, but at the molecular scale, there is more activity than meets the eye. Every surface we touch has its own unique chemical properties. Its because of...

Prime Minister’s Prize for Science 2018 goes to 'Earth-watcher' Kurt Lambeck

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Fighting frog fungus: Lee Berger wins PM's Life Scientist 2018 award

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Boyer Lectures: gene therapy is still in its infancy but the future looks promising

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How we can turn the tide for women in science

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Technology

'Red Dead Redemption 2' Release Date & Launch Updates: Rockstar Reveals Full Installation Requirements for Upcoming Game

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'Red Dead Redemption 2' Spoilers, Release Date: Rockstar Facing Trouble Over Women’s Issues and Extreme Overtime Accusations

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Elon Musk 2018: Twitter ‘Fortnite’ Feud, Revives Hope For ‘Half-Life 3’

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‘Luke Cage’ News, Update: Netflix Cancels Show, Fans Launch Petition To Save It

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Grocers: Get ready to join the blockchain party

In the wake of this years large E. coli outbreak, Walmart notified its leafy green suppliers that they must be using blockchain technology to trace their products before the end of 2019. Walmart, one of the worlds...
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