Published on February 16, 2021


We live in a rapidly changing world where the catalyst for change is the ever-advancing march of digital technologies. The proliferation of new media has served to better inform and engage people, but viewers are often left wondering about the value and accuracy of information on the internet. At the same time, pressure has grown on Social Sciences and Humanities researchers to broaden the impact of the knowledge they produce by sharing it with their peers through academic publications, but also to non-academic audiences. Along with this call for wider public dissemination is the rise of new digital media formats which have emerged as an exciting and accessible form of communication for new audiences. ResearchTV is an academic video streaming platform that provides viewers with assurances about the quality of research and the production value of films offering critical perspectives on the world we live in. ResearchTV is dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and expertise through film.

To find out more about ResearchTV, please go to http://researchtv.ca/


Related Articles

2021 CHA Presidential Address - Penny Bryden

2021 CHA Presidential Address - Penny Bryden

You were not able to attend this year's AGM and hear Penny Bryden deliver her presidential address? You can view it or, for those who did see it, view it again on the CHA...

Annual Congress of the French Association of Canadian Studies (AFEC)

Annual Congress of the French Association of Canadian Studies (AFEC)

June 8-11, 2022 Université de Versailles-Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and Canadian Embassy in Paris 70 Years after the “Massey Report”:’ an Assessment of Culture and...

Latest from Twitter

#cdnhist #twitterstorians #HistoryMatters Le discours 2021 (en anglais) de la présidente de la SHC Penny Bryden es… https://t.co/OptrjtVzkV

View all Tweets

Contact Us

Canadian Historical Association
1912-130 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON, K1P 5G4