A Journey Through Western History is an archive created to introduce the English-language versions of CHRONOS and CHRONOS-EDIT to students and teachers. A complement to college-level Western Civilization history courses, it provides [...]
Artefact is an editing software that allows teachers and students to create collections of digitized images (paintings, sculptures, architectural elements, industrial art and design objects, photos, drawings, artefacts, etc.) and to document [...]
Cantare is a software application intended for teachers who would like to create language lessons in which students listen to songs or audio files while watching the words scroll across the screen. Cantare synchronizes the words of a song or text [...]
ChronosEdit is intended primarily for use by teachers who wish to develop a database (archive) of historical information focused on specific periods and themes. Chronos is intended for students who consult the database (archive), search for [...]
Crisscross Words is a software program that was created to facilitate the acquisition of a vast array of specialized vocabulary quickly. This program allows you to design and create personal dictionaries from which you can generate crossword [...]
This simulation software teaches the democratic and political processes behind an election campaign.
As they play the role of a party leader, students learn the rules of the electoral game. The pedagogical objective is to teach the notions of [...]
The Identification of Chemical Bonds II software program allows students to identify the different chemical bonds between two types (atoms, ions or molecules) according to a set of well-defined rules. Students choose a formula from the internal [...]
KEPLER III is an educational software program that simulates an astronomy observatory. By installing various virtual instruments (stopwatch, micrometer, photometer, spectrograph, etc.) on the telescope, students or amateur astronomers can [...]
A Lewis structure is one way to represent a molecule. The software program is a simulation. From a list, users choose a molecule to be built by associating atoms to obtain a three-dimensional image. To help students understand the process more [...]
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.
Thousands of cégep students and employees visited the Facebook page of the Francojeu des cégeps contest, which ran from March 1 to 31. A total of 5,000 visits and 200 new word suggestions were received for the 13th edition of the contest. Prizes worth a total of nearly $2,000 were shared by 16 winners.