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Is Having Fun in Higher Education the Way Forward?

“Why should children be the only ones who can have fun?” ask the creators of the Professors at Play project, Lisa Forbes and David Thomas, […]

A Mini Guide to Corporate Risk

Let us face it; risk is an inherent part of any venture, be it the creation of an elearning course, a business or even a […]

The Social Dimension of Learning: Test Your Knowledge!

Do you know what connected learning is? Do you know what factors are positively influenced by the social presence in online learning? Do you have […]

Universal Design for Learning: Multiple Means of Action & Expression

Finding your way through a learning path can be challenging, as we all differ in the way we approach learning. On top of that, expressing […]

The Teacher in The Past, Present and Future Tense: Test Your Knowledge!

Do you have any idea what the teacher of the future will look like? Do you know how technology may surpass the teacher? Can you […]

Putting the Learner First: Test Your Knowledge!

We no longer think of education without putting the learners first. In this regard, do you know what motivates them? Do you recognize the conditions […]

Universal Design for Learning: Multiple Means of Representation

We all learn differently, among other things, depending on how the information is presented to us. Moreover, having any sensory disabilities (e.g., blindness) might prove […]

The Web from 1.0 to 4.0

Of the multiple generations of the Web, it is the second one, commonly called “2.0”, that we have heard the most about. It is the […]

Universal Design for Learning: Multiple Means of Engagement

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that uses scientific insights into how people learn to help optimize learning experiences by meeting the needs […]

The Learner and The Feeling of Self-Efficacy

This article is dedicated to the memory of Albert Bandura. In a previous article, we presented the self-efficacy theory of the psychologist Albert Bandura, a […]

Rest and Recuperate Smartly

We talk less about the importance of taking time off work than we do about eating well or being physically active. Our demanding lives and […]

First Digital Profile of Quebecers with Disabilities

For the first time, the NETendances survey, which draws up a digital profile of Quebecers each year, focused on adults with disabilities. The notion of […]

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