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Our students are taught the necessary skills to help every industry navigate today's challenges and tomorrow's opportunities. Study alongside our internationally-recognized profs in one of our undergraduate and graduate programs. 

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  • Here are some ways to protect your privacy while video conferencing
    As most of us find ourselves in new work environments, we are looking to technology to keep connected and productive. With the rise of video conferencing, researcher Nur Zincir-Heywood shares some tips for protecting yourself and your meetings when using applications such as Zoom
  • Networking a reliable future
    Researchers in the Faculty of Computer Science are teaming up to tackle some of the challenges posed by the ever-expanding use of the internet with funding announced last year through the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF).
  • Allscripts partnership enables students to architect healthcare’s future
    For graduates of the Master of Health Informatics, an internship with Allscripts makes possible a rewarding career in Canadian healthcare.
  • Turning ideas into reality
    Pedestrian safety, paperless workplaces and growing Nova Scotian exports — learn how a new Innovation Technology course at Dal is helping students take on real-world challenges with compelling digital solutions.
  • Why taking Facebook quizzes is a really bad idea
    Popular social media quizzes, like the ones that pop up in Facebook feeds, may look harmless and fun — but taking them can leave you vulnerable to identity theft or fraud, according to researcher and CBC Information Morning tech columnist Nur Zincir-Heywood.
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The Faculty of Computer Science at Dalhousie University is the premier academic research institution in Information and Communications Technology in Nova Scotia. Learn about our faculty and research.

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