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Nine new resources launched at the annual convention of the Association Québécoise de la pédagogie collégiale (AQPC)

June 29, 2018

The Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development (CCDMD) took the opportunity at the APQC’s 38th annual convention to announce the launch of nine new resources released in recent months, showcasing its range of products.

Impact d’une surdité sur la vie d’un individu : de la naissance à l’âge avancé

The textbook Impact d’une surdité sur la vie d’un individu : de la naissance à l’âge avancé, examines the consequences of changes in hearing at various ages and the role of audioprothesists.
Author: Viviane Aubé, Collège de Rosemont (retired)

Virtual Team Teaching

The textbook Virtual Team Teaching is a tool for college professors who want to enrich their students’ learning by going beyond the physical limitations of the classroom.
Author: Sharon Coyle, Cégep de Sept-Îles

Francomane

A website that offers pedagogical content for teaching French as a second language to students enrolled in refresher courses, with or without learning difficulties.
Original idea: Philippe Gagné, Vanier College
Pedagogical design: Sanaa Rizk Bastien, Vanier College; and Lyane Henrichon, Dawson College

Écopolis

A website that explores the economy of a fictional country with an interventionist government at a time of market globalization. The goal of the activity is to understand the way an economy functions, using a simulator.
Author: Édith Saint-Armard, Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup

Français en milieu carcéral

The website Français en milieu carcéral is a teaching resource designed to help future correctional services officers improve their French language skills.
Authors: Colène Bergeron and Véronique Trottier, Collège Alma

Portail de Math

The CCDMD’s Portail de Math was created to make it easier for math professors in the college network to register with WeBWorK and to manage and share their courses. It is part of the WeBWorK development project.
Author: Julie Tremblay, Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne

Du ciné à la philo

A website that examines films, documentaries, videos, artworks and musical works in relation to the three general education philosophy courses.
Author: David Bertet, Collège de Valleyfield

Arborescence

Arborescence is an app that provides an identification key for the main indigenous and naturalized plant species in Quebec. It will soon be available as a mobile app through Apple Store and Google Store.
Authors: Claudine Lévesque and Séléna Bergeron, Cégep de Saint-Laurent

Culture cellulaire animale et végétale

Culture cellulaire animale et végétale is a unique textbook about the knowledge and know-how of two complementary fields of cell culture.
Authors: Sophie Roy and Antoine Campeau-Péloquin, Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe

 

CCDMD director Cathie Dugas also took the opportunity at this gathering to mark the CCDMD’s 25th anniversary and to express her appreciation to the many contributors who have taken part in the production of its resources over the last 25 years. She thanked everyone who, in the name of student success, contributed to the creation of the invaluable bank of resources the CCDMD offers today.

 

Photos:

1.     Viviane Auger, retired Rosemont professor and author of Impact d’une surdité, with André Paquet, pedagogical advisor and CCDMD project manager.

2.     Sharon Coyle, Cégep de Sept-Îles professor and author of Virtual Team Teaching, with Michel-Hardy Vallée, pedagogical advisor and CCDMD project manager.

3.     Julie Tremblay, Collège Bois-de-Boulogne, author of Portail de Math.

4.     David Berthet, author of Du ciné à la philo, with André Paquet, pedagogical advisor and CCDMD project manager.

5.     Claudine Lévesque and Séléna Bergeron, Cégep de Saint-Laurent professors and authors of the Arborescence plant identification key.

6.     Sophie Roy and Antoine Campeau-Péloquin, Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe professors and authors of Culture cellulaire animale et végétale.

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