Sidneyeve Matrix is a Queen’s National Scholar and Associate Professor of Media and Film. She teaches courses in digital communications, culture, creativity, and commerce at Queen’s University in Canada.
Sidneyeve has served on the editorial advisory boards of, or as a reviewer for The Journal of Professional Communications, The International Journal of Interactive Multimedia, The Journal of Pedagogical Development, The Canadian Journal of Popular Culture, Open Education Europa eLearning Papers, and Marketing Magazine.
Her research on popular media, film, television, e-learning, and digital culture trends is published in journals such as Animation, Topia, Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures, Issues and Trends in Educational Technology, Storytelling: A Critical Journal of Popular Narrative, Open Education Europa: eLearning Papers, OASE Architectural Journal, EDUCAUSE Review, and Critical Survey.
Sidneyeve’s courses at Queen’s University are 100% accessible online, and open to part-time and visiting online students, and with credits that are transferrable to other university and college programs. Prerequisites can be waived for suitably qualified students — get in touch.
● Fall term: FILM240: Media and Popular Culture (September start, 12 weeks)
● Winter term: FILM340: Advertising and Integrated Brand Promotion (January start, 12 weeks)
● Spring term: FILM260 Digital Culture Trends (May start, 6 weeks condensed)
● Summer term: FILM140 Design Thinking (July start, 6 weeks condensed)
An Educator in Residence at The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Queen’s, Sidneyeve is the recipient of the OUSA Award for Excellence in Teaching at Queen’s University by the Alma Mater Society and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance. Her educational technology initiatives and research have been featured in University Affairs Magazine, Macleans Magazine, Yahoo!, MSN.ca, Canada.com, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, and elsewhere.
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As a professional speaker Sidneyeve is often invited to address higher ed organizations, run professional development workshops, and consult for companies seeking strategies to engage young people via social/mobile platforms to meet educational, marketing, or human relations objectives. Past clients include: Toronto Star, Queen’s University, Queen’s School of Business, Union Gas, Harlequin Enterprises, Rogers Media, University of Delaware, Empire Life, Canadian Defense Academy, University of Guelph Humber, Rutgers University, Metro News, Human Relations Professionals Association, Canadian Association of University Business Officers, Association of Professional Fundraisers, Macmillan Publishers, Rogers Media, and the CRTC.