Dr. Adam Dubé speaks to CBC: "How kids and teens can navigate social media in the era of fake news"

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Dr. Adam Dubé, of our Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, spoke to CBC's Ainslie MacLellan recently for an article titled "How kids and teens can navigate social media in the era of fake news: McGill lecture series tackles childhood anxiety, learning diffculties and online pressures". 

Professor Dubé will be speaking on the topic this week at the ongoing public lecture series Effective Parenting. The series runs until May 3rd, and features professors from the department speaking on topics of concern for parents of today.

Adam Dubé is an assistant professor with the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University's Faculty of Education. He studies how deep conceptual understanding is acquired and applied. To this end, he investigates how educational technology augments the learning process. 

[read "How kids and teens can navigate social media in the era of fake news...," Ainslie MacLeallan, CBC, March 24, 2018]