Department of Education
1455, boul de Maisonneuve Ouest
Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson is an assistant professor of Education at Concordia University where she teaches in the graduate program in educational technology. Her research interests revolve around the changes brought by ICT in society and in the educational system. In education, she uses collaborative action research methods as a means to understand and explain the relationships between pedagogy and ICT. In non-educational settings, she studies the impact of digital technologies on the social integration of minorities and marginalized populations. In the past few years she has been involved with charitable organizations, to help intellectually disabled adults who are in a process of community and residential integration. She has published several refereed articles in scientific journals and participated in numerous international scientific congresses.
Postdoctoral fellowship, Carleton University (funded by SSHRC), June 2008
Ph.D. Psychopédagogie, Ottawa University, June 2007
M.A. Education Administration and Foundations, August 2003
B.Éd. Ottawa University, April 1996
B.A. Littérature française et arts visuels, April 1995
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