More Tech In Canadian Classrooms Can Enhance Learning But Requires New Skills And Supports: Edtech Report
ICTC’s second edtech report, 21st Century Digital Skills: Competencies, Innovations and Curriculum in Canada, identifies the top technical skills required by educators—digital literacy, information/media literacy, and Learning Management Systems [LMS] fluency—and the top “human” or soft/transferrable skills—digital curiosity, interpersonal communication, and confidence.
Investment in New AI Training Models to Accelerate Post-Covid Economic Recovery
This report, with support from Microsoft Canada, Building Canada’s Future AI Workforce in the Brave New (Post-Pandemic) World, explores the support needed for Canada’s digital workforce to acquire AI skills.
Procurement Office or “Living Lab?” Experimenting with Procurement and Partnerships for Smart Cities Technologies in Canada
Procurement approaches that ensure the best technology solutions become part of Canada’s growing smart city infrastructure: New Study
ICTC’s Policy Contribution To The Davos 2021 Discussions
Shaping the Next Normal: ICTC’s Davos 2021 Policy Response Details a Sustainable Digital-First Economic Recovery
A Year In Perspective And A Look Forward To 2021
Despite a trying year that tested Canada’s resolve, we emerge optimistic about Canada’s prospects and the world we aim to shape for generations to come.
Responsible Innovation in Canada and Beyond: Understanding and Improving the Social Impacts of Technology
Ottawa, January 20, 2021— A new study by ICTC, Responsible Innovation in Canada and Beyond: Understanding and Improving the Social Impacts of Technology, examines the rapidly changing world of technology ethics and features recommendations for improving the social impacts of technology across industry, academia, government, and society.
Upskill With Microsoft And ICTC
Get the digital skills you need to get back to work! COVID-19 has dramatically impacted the global economy, forcing millions of people out of work. In the post-COVID world, people with digital skills will be in demand and will have an advantage in rejoining the workforce. Are you ready for a new role in the digital economy? Microsoft has committed to help 25 million people worldwide who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 reskill for in-demand jobs.
Alberta Tech Employers Are Keen To Hire People With Disabilities But Need Better Understanding Of Key Issues: New Report
This new study, Inclusivity and Accessibility at the Core: Pathways to Employment in the Digital Economy for Albertans with Disabilities, provides critical insights into disabilities in the workplace and accessibility and inclusivity in hiring practices.
The Rebuild: Going Digital and the Role of Canadian Telecom in a Post-COVID Future
A new ICTC report, The Rebuild: Going Digital and the Role of Canadian Telecom in a Post-COVID Future, considers the essential role of universal and high-quality telecommunications services, including 5G, in supporting the next generation of technologies for a competitive and resilient Canadian economy.
ICTC’s Response to Ontario’s Public Consultation on Privacy Protection: New Report
A new report by ICTC, Renewing Privacy for the Modern Digital Economy, provides a response to the Government of Ontario’s public consultation to improve the province’s privacy protection laws governing how organizations can collect, use, and disclose personal information.
First-Of-Its-Kind Study Probes Canada’s Immersive Technology Ecosystem: ICTC Report
ICTC’s new report, Spanning the Virtual Frontier: Canada’s Immersive Technology Ecosystem, is a first-of-its-kind analysis that traces the emergence of immersive technology in Canada and provides a detailed picture of Canada’s immersive technology ecosystem.
A Year In Perspective 2019 – 2020
ICTC's 2019 - 2020 Annual Report is now available.
Work Integrated Learning Program — WIL Digital
ICTC’s national program to develop talent for the emerging ICT sectors, support businesses, and increase digital adoption in Canada.
Artificial Intelligence Promises Exciting Opportunities but also Disruption that Requires Effective Upskilling Strategies: New ICTC study
A new study BY ICTC explores the current state of development of this rapidly evolving technology, identifies Canada’s greatest strengths in AI innovation, its regional development hubs, and discusses the implications of AI in the Canadian labour market.
Canada’s Digitally-Skilled Talent Demand To Reach 305,000 By 2023: ICTC Outlook To 2023
Canada’s demand for digitally-skilled talent is expected to reach 305,000 by 2023, for total employment of over 2 million in the digital economy.
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