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Published February 24, 2017

GeoGebra: What’s That?

Charles Laporte Teacher, Collège LaSalle

GeoGebra is a free software tool that was specifically designed for teaching and learning mathematics. GeoGebra works equally well on computers, tablets and smartphones. GeoGebra is also accessible online without the need to download the software.

Mathematics

Digital Tools

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Published March 25, 2019

Canva — A Graphic Studio to Create Catchy Visuals

Bernard Gagnon Educational Advisor, Cégep de Saint-Félicien

The Canva graphic design tool allows you to create just about any type of graphics for publishing to the web, to make digital documents (Word, PDF, etc.) or printed presentations on paper and paper stock.

Multidisciplinary

Digital Tools

Francomane

Published February 5, 2019

Francomane — Multimedia Resources for French as a Second Language Courses

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

The Francomane website is filled with useful resources for French as a second language teachers as well as the tutors of the French help centres that help the students of those classes. Francomane was created by Sanaa Rizk Bastien, teacher at Vanier College, and Lyane Henrichon, teacher at Dawson College, and produced by the CCDMD (Collegial Centre for Educational Materials Development).

French (Second Language)

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Unlockingresearch

Published September 7, 2014

What is ‘Unlocking Research’?

Norm Spatz Editor (retired), Profweb

Unlocking Research is a guide developed by the library staff at the Saint-Lambert Campus of Champlain College to help college level students navigate their way through the research process from the initial definition and development of a research topic to the final citation of sources in the bibliography. Unlike many similar tools, Unlocking Research targets the college level student, avoiding topics such as how to write theses, which are too advanced, and focuses on topics where college students often have difficulties. For example, there is information on how to recognize the elements of a bibliography because college students trying to do a bibliography may not recognize the difference between the article author and the editor of a book or the title of a book and the title of the chapter. Unlocking Research and associated Glossary were created with the help of a grant from the Entente Canada Québec.

Multidisciplinary

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