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Elizabeth S Littlejohn


Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design

Elizabeth is a professor in the Communication, Culture and Information Technology program at Sheridan College, a joint program with the University of Toronto at Mississauga. She is an urban activist, journalist and filmmaker, engaged in issues regarding sustainable transit implementation and design.

Education, credentials

  • Canadian Film Centre, Habitat
  • Interactive Arts and Entertainment Program
  • N.Y.U. M.F.A., Graduate Film Program
  • Tisch School of the Arts
  • Concordia University. B.F.A.

Key memberships

  • Sheridan Sustainable Design Research Lab
  • President's Sustainability Challenge

Select publications and presentations

  • Online Journalist specializing in sustainable design and transit initiatives.

Teaching Interests

CCT312 Interactive Storytelling
CCT333 Social Innovation
CCT351 Theory and Practice of Animation
CCT434 Sustainable Design

Research Interests

Sustainable design and social innovation
transmedia storytelling
animation motion graphics and human computer interaction.
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