The Healthy Aboriginal Network: Health and Social Literacy through Video and Graphic Novels

The Healthy Aboriginal Network creates graphic novels on health and social issues for youth and has recently added a few new mediums to its toolbox - animation, video and augmented reality - triggering video on a cellphone with a static image.  Purpose: To create entertaining knowledge translation tools for youth.  Participants: Pre-teen to mid-twenties. 

Time: January 2005 - Ongoing
Location: All of BC
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Art Modalities: Graphic Design, Reading/Literacy, Film/Video, Multimedia, Graphic Novels

Healthy Aboriginal Network
Sean Muir, Executive Director
Email: | Web: | Phone: 250-941-8881

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