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Why develop a mobile application?

Published March 24, 2013  |  Electronic Data-processing

Alexandre Vovan Teacher, Cégep de Sorel-Tracy

Alexandre Vovan of the Cégep de Sorel-Tracy justifies his interest in the academic adoption of mobile applications. He offers several development strategies. There are links to sites demonstrating certain principles to make programming for Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPod, iPad) quick and easy as well as a link to the one-hour video produced for the French version of this story.

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The Swivl: I Haven’t Lost Any Students So Far!

Published April 27, 2016  |  Electronic Data-processing

Ken Fogel Teacher, Dawson College

In 2015, I became interested in taping my lectures to make them available to students for review purposes or so that they could catch up on classes that they had missed. I remembered a Kickstarter project from a few years back called the Swivl motion-sensor camera dock and saw that they had recently begun focusing on the education market. I then set out on my trek to procure one and try it out in my classes during the fall semester of 2015.

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The Geek Who Lets Them Seek

Published January 27, 2013  |  Electronic Data-processing

Allan R. McDonald Teacher, Heritage College

Allan McDonald feels we have to show students how to find information because in the computer science industry, one can’t know everything. As long as he can be the geek who lets them seek out their own answers, Allan feels he is giving his students the information they need to succeed.

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Computer Science Constructs Common Cause

Published September 13, 2009  |  Electronic Data-processing

Ken Fogel Teacher, Dawson College

Since the infamous dot-com bubble burst at the beginning of the century enrolment in Computer Science programs has declined everywhere. Ken Fogel and others in Computer Science are using IT to work together to get their message out that Computer Science is now once again a great career choice and a program selection of value.

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Information Technology (IT) Learning Styles

Published March 31, 2008  |  Electronic Data-processing

Pit F. Lan-Chow-Wing counsellor, Vanier College

What are the factors for success in learning computer programming? Can you predict which students will succeed when they walk into the first class? Can we see who is interested in programming? Vanier's Pit F. Lan-Chow-Wing discusses his research into learning styles and IT.

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ALGO-ROBOT - Learning By Doing

Published January 27, 2008  |  Electronic Data-processing

Julie Frève Teacher, Cégep Limoilou

Here is an account where we learn that even the Computer Science laboratory can benefit from the innovative use of Information Technology.  

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Published April 27, 2016

The Swivl: I Haven’t Lost Any Students So Far!

Ken Fogel Teacher, Dawson College

In 2015, I became interested in taping my lectures to make them available to students for review purposes or so that they could catch up on classes that they had missed. I remembered a Kickstarter project from a few years back called the Swivl motion-sensor camera dock and saw that they had recently begun focusing on the education market. I then set out on my trek to procure one and try it out in my classes during the fall semester of 2015.

Electronic Data-processing

Real Life Stories

Published January 27, 2008

ALGO-ROBOT - Learning By Doing

Julie Frève Teacher, Cégep Limoilou

Here is an account where we learn that even the Computer Science laboratory can benefit from the innovative use of Information Technology.  

Electronic Data-processing

Real Life Stories

Published March 24, 2013

Why develop a mobile application?

Alexandre Vovan Teacher, Cégep de Sorel-Tracy

Alexandre Vovan of the Cégep de Sorel-Tracy justifies his interest in the academic adoption of mobile applications. He offers several development strategies. There are links to sites demonstrating certain principles to make programming for Apple mobile devices (iPhone, iPod, iPad) quick and easy as well as a link to the one-hour video produced for the French version of this story.

Electronic Data-processing