This 3-year project aims to increase understanding of the potential for new interactive technologies, social networks and modes of communication to support crisis planning for marginalized youth and their support networks.
This 2-year project to establish innovative outreach for people seeking to integrate into Canadian society following experiences of torture and war.
This 3-year project addresses the complexity of literacy teaching in 21st Century early learning classrooms, drawing on three bodies of literature – literacy, digital technology, and teacher development—to allow educators to provide an innovative learning environment.
George Brown College’s Food Innovation and Research Studio (FIRSt) is collaborating with The Chufa Nut Co., (Chufa Nut) on product development for their Tiger Nut beverage.
An Interprofessional Education (IPE) Collaboration between Baycrest Health Sciences and George Brown College lets teams of interdisciplinary students develop recipes for patients who have difficulty swallowing.