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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Jan 01, 2018 Volume 43, Number 2


Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Styles de navigation sur un site Web chilien pour des enseignants d\u2019espagnol | Browsing Styles on a Chilean Web site for Teachers of Spanish

    Sandra Meza Fernndez & Pascal Marquet

    Cet article prsente une tude qualitative de l\u2019usage de ressources numriques d\u2019un cours universitaire de formation d\u2019enseignants d\u2019espagnol au Chili. L\u2019analyse compte 3882... More

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  2. Remote assistive technology training in Newfoundland and Labrador\u2019s rural schools: Is there a need? | Perceptions des enseignants quant au besoin de formation en technologie d\u2019assistance dans les coles rurales de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador

    Kimberly Maich, Tricia Van Rhijn, Heather Woods & Kimberly Brochu

    This study examined the perceptions of teachers in rural Newfoundland (NL) about their current ability to support the use of assistive technology (AT) in their classrooms, and identified possible... More

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  3. Mon ami Google : une tude des pratiques des futurs enseignants du Qubec en recherche d\u2019information | My friend Google: A study on the information seeking process of Quebec\u2019s pre-service teachers

    Gabriel Dumouchel & Thierry Karsenti

    While Quebec\u2019s students mainly use Web search engines like Google to find information for their studies, teachers are tasked with giving them the proper training to do it efficiently. But are ... More

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  4. Lecturer e-Training Program to Support University Teaching | Programme d\u2019e-formation pour les chargs de cours pour appuyer l\u2019enseignement universitaire

    Chan Tik

    This article attempts to explore the extent to which Lecturer e-Training Program (LeP) supports lecturers in their preparation for student-centred teaching. LeP was conducted in a blended mode,... More

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  5. Guitars and Makerspace: Examining the Experience of First Nations Students | Guitares et laboratoires ouverts : examen de l\u2019exprience d\u2019lves des Premires Nations

    Jay Wilson & Marc Gobeil

    This research project examined the impact on student engagement of a makerspace approach in an all-First Nations high school. First Nations learners have many factors limiting their success in the ... More

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