Today, Andrew Hilts spoke at an OCAD University conference to discuss two Open Effect projects. The talk was part of DEEP ’15: Designing Enabling Economies and Policies, hosted by the Inclusive Design Research Centre.
Andrew Hilts helped get several new open source software developers set up to start hacking on Open Effect’s TrackerSSL browser extension at the “Open Source Comes to Campus” event.
As part of the University of Toronto’s Open Access week festivities, Open Effect Executive Director Andrew Hilts presented his and Dr. Christopher Parsons’ findings in designing, releasing, and collecting responses obtained through, the Access My Info tool.
On September 22 2014, Andrew Hilts presented at the Privacy and Access Council of Canada’s annual Sunshine Summit held in Toronto.