AQPC News

AQPC Winter Bulletin Overview The AQPC Winter Bulletin is now online. Here are the highlights: A call for new members of the francophone editorial board (for details, see below) A reminder that, this June, Vanier and College St. Laurent will be hosting the next AQPC conference. The conference, whose theme is Our Legacy, promises to…

Online Moodle Training

DECclic is once again offering online Moodle workshops (in French). The sessions run each week starting at the end of February through to May. Each session is offered twice in a week to help teachers find a workshop that fits their schedules. To register, please click here. (more…)

Workshop on Using Social Media in Education

An online workshop on using social media in distance education will be offered during UB on Februrary 22nd. The workshop, offered in French, will be animated by Nelson Jean of Université de Rimouski. Although the context of the discussion will be distance education, topics relevant to incorporating social media into one’s courses will be covered.…

App Speed Dating: Virtual Workshop on VIA Feb 3, 2017

A virtual workshop will be held to explore which apps and platforms can best be used by students for digital scrap-booking: an original, digital collage of research on, and curation of, information students find in the library and/or the internet. Six apps that are useful for digital scrap-booking will be discussed: Endnote – presented by…

Upcoming workshops on preparing projects and proposals for Development and Support Opportunities

Pedagogical Support and Innovation will be offering two workshops for teachers interested in Vanier’s Development and Support Opportunities: Planning a Research or Pedagogical Innovation Project (January 25) and Preparing a Research or Pedagogical Innovation Project Proposal (February 1). Workshop descriptions are as follows: Planning a Research or Pedagogical Innovation Project Wednesday, January 25, D221, 12:00-1:30…

Talk on False Information on the Web

We’re all too familiar these days with false news stories and the negative impact they can have. How do we best teach our students to evaluate what they read online? In part, we must be well informed ourselves. This month, la Toile des Communicateurs, in collaboration with TELUQ and other partners, is hosting a conference…

Invitation to a Discussion on The Development of Student Judgement in Authentic Learning Situations

Teachers are invited to a discussion about research focused on the development of student judgement in authentic learning situations. The research, conducted by Marie-France Deschênes et al, focuses on the development of student judgement in Nursing courses that employ high-fidelity simulators/mannequins to support experiential learning. Teachers of all faculties should find it stimulating, especially those…

New Issue of Pédagogie collégiale

The 2016 fall issue of Pédagogie collégiale is now available. If you are an AQPC member, you should have already received your copy. If you are not a member, copies are available in each of the three Faculty Deans’ offices and in PSI’s common area (B228). This issue contains some excellent articles. “Le développement du jugement…

Moodle Training

Are you new to, or are you interested in learning, Moodle? Over the next few Thursdays, a series of online Moodle training sessions is being offered by DECclic, the organization which provides CEGEPs with Moodle support. The sessions are designed to support teachers in how to use Moodle and how to make the most of…

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