The Association pour la recherche au collégial (ARC), the Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) and the Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) invite you to the 19th event in the “Avec un grand R” series : “Le mentorat comme mesure d’aide aux étudiantes et étudiants”, based on a research by Catherine BeaulieuMélissa Henri and Fanny Godin.

This activity will take place online, on Friday, November 30, 2018, from 9:30 am to 11:00 am.

To prepare for this meeting, participants  must read the article “Le mentorat comme mesure d’aide aux étudiants de première année en sciences humaines. Ses effets sur l’indécision vocationnelle, la transition du secondaire au collégial et la persévérance scolaire”, published in the Winter 2018 edition of Pédagogie collégiale. The research report on which this article is based is available online at the CDC: “Mentorat et persévérance en sciences humaines”.

A complementary bibliography made by the CDC team will be available on EDUQ.info.

The activity will be held in French but questions can be asked in English.

To participate in this meeting, please register with ARC: arc@cvm.qc.ca or 514-843-8491.

 

From left to right: Gaëlle Tchepelev, Andrée Dagenais and Isabelle Laplante. CDC 2018.

The CDC team wishes you an excellent semester!

For almost 50 years, all CDC services and resources have been freely available to Quebec college and CEGEP staff and college network partner organizations, as well as to university students or researchers interested in Quebec’s college network and who reside in Quebec.

Unique in Quebec, EDUQ.info, the open archive of the Quebec college network, collects, retains, and disseminates documents about teaching, learning, and institutional development in Quebec’s Cegeps and colleges.

The CDC is open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, for the fall 2018 semester.

The Association pour la recherche au collégial (ARC), the Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) and the Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) invite you to the 18th event in the “Avec un grand R” series : “La mobilité étudiante intraprovinciale, une réalité à considérer pour favoriser la persévérance et la réussite”, based on studies conducted by Éric Richard.

This activity will take place at the AQPC symposium in St-Hyacinthe on Thursday, June 7, 2018, from 3:15 pm to 4:45 pm.

To prepare for this meeting, participants are invited to read the article “La mobilité intraprovinciale des étudiants. Une réalité à considérer pour favoriser la persévérance et la réussite au collégial”, published in the Winter 2018 edition of Pédagogie collégialeThe research reports on which this article is based are available online at the CDC: La mobilité pour études collégiales: enquête provinciale” and “Quand partir est trop difficile : l’abandon d’un projet d’études en situation de migration”.

A complementary bibliography made by the CDC team is available on EDUQ.info.

The activity will be held in French but questions can be asked in English.

To participate in this meeting, select this workshop (# 705) when registering for the AQPC symposium.

 

 

 

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We wish a good semester to all our patrons!

Since 2014, the CDC is subscribed to LearnTechLib (formally EdITlib), a database that provides access to thousands of articles and abstracts, conference proceedings, theses and dissertations, as well as presentations on the integration of educational technologies, and on online learning.

In 2018, LearnTechLib improves its content offer with a new partnership with the education database ERIC.

When connecting to LearnTechLib from their free CDC account, the patrons will now be able to create documents collections to better save, organize, and share the results of their bibliographic searches.

 

 

 

 

 

Here are the available features in LearnTechLib:

–    Simple and advanced search with Boolean syntax

–    Informational content alerts

–    Full-Text Access

–    Compatibility with bibliographic references management software (Zotero, Endnote, etc.)

–    Saving search results for a given query

–    Creation of thematic collections (public or private audience)

The access to LearnTechLib is free with a CDC account. Create your account to benefit from all the resources offered at the Centre using your institutional collegial email, or contact us at info@cdc.qc.ca 

What are the benefits to having a CDC account?

Of course, you can always search and consult the publications in open access in EDUQ.info and borrow books, without prior registration.

But connecting to your account allows you to take full advantage of all the resources available at the CDC:

You can register (it’s free!) on the CDC’s website, under the Log in tab. To quickly process your registration, enter your email from your college institution instead of your personal email.

See the Terms of use for more details.

From left to right: Andrée Dagenais, Gaëlle Tchepelev, Valérie Rioux and Isabelle Laplante. CDC 2017

The Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) team has welcomed two new members during the last few months. It is with great pleasure that Gaëlle Tchepelev, documentation technician, and Valérie Rioux, liaison librarian with the anglophone colleges, join us.

All CDC resources can be accessed free of charge by Quebec’s college and Cegep personnel, college network partner organizations as well as university students and researchers interested in Quebec’s college network who reside in Quebec. The CDC is proud of its documentary heritage, by and for Quebec’s collegial network: more than 50 years of documentation for the 50th anniversary of the creation of cégeps.

Unique in Quebec, EDUQ.info, the open archive of the Quebec college network, collects, retains, and disseminates documents about teaching, learning, and institutional development in Quebec’s Cegeps and colleges. The EDUQ.info archive replaced the CDC online catalog (Regard) as of February 2016.

The CDC remains open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, for the fall 2017 semester.

The CDC Team

Isabelle Laplante, professional librarian
isabelle.laplante@cdc.qc.ca
514-364-3327 Ext. 1

Andrée Dagenais, professional librarian
andree.dagenais@cdc.qc.ca
514-364-3327 Ext. 2

Valérie Rioux, professional librarian
valerie.rioux@cdc.qc.ca
514-364-3327 Ext. 3

Gaëlle Tchepelev, documentation technician
info@cdc.qc.ca
514-364-3327

Information, Loans, and Research
Email : info@cdc.qc.ca
Phone : 514-364-3327
Fax : 514-364-2627

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The Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) is proud to present this new College Documentation Bulletin’s issue:

The Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in Quebec Colleges,

by Alice Havel and Odette Raymond.

Along with the continual growth in the number of students with disabilities in colleges over the past 20 years, the associated challenges have become increasingly more complex. Consequently, there has been a paradigm shift emerging that not everyone is ready to adopt. We are gradually moving towards a Universal Design (UD) approach that allows us to respond to the diverse needs of today’s student population. This bulletin is especially for you, the teachers who daily plan and implement the strategies, methods of evaluation and various measures to ensure that as many of your students as possible can succeed, regardless of their differences.

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The Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) is proud to present this new College Documentation Bulletin’s issue.

Academic Motivation,

By Isabelle Cabot.

Motivation is a very broad field of knowledge that can be applied to different life contexts to better understand them and influence their course. Cultivating one’s health is one such context. Learning is another. This annotated bibliography addresses the area of academic motivation, a more precise field than motivation alone and yet still extensive. An impressive number of concepts are related to it, among which there is a lot of overlap. Researchers choose some of these elements to express various views of motivation in the form of models. We can then choose the view or views that best meet our needs and use them to build a research plan or a pedagogical strategy. By means of this exercise, my goal is to clarify the main motivational concepts that apply in education while limiting myself to the literature available at the CDC in order for college reader to have access to them free of charge.

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The Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC) is proud to present this new College Documentation Bulletin’s issue.

Summative Assessment,

by Robert Howe.

Summative assessment is almost an everyday topic of discussion. All teachers assess student learning; always in a “summative” way and almost always in a “formative” way. For many, summative assessment is the assessment that “counts,” and formative assessment is the one that “does not count.”

This literature review might seem outdated to some, because almost all the texts that deal with learning assessment are explicitly or implicitly rooted in summative assessment. It is, however, important to go back in order to reconnect with the basic principles of measurement and evaluation. This is what we offer in this selection of documents—references that are all conducive to reflection.

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The Association québécoise de pédagogie collégiale (AQPC) will hold its 36th annual symposium June 8 to 10, 2016 in Québec City.iPad-mini-4-with-overclocked-A8-processor-and-2GB-RAM

Visit the CDC’s librarians in the Exhibitor’s hall at the AQPC (stand #38) to discover EDUQ.info, the open archive of the Quebec college network, for a chance to win an iPad mini 4! To participate, you must fill out the form available at the CDC’s stand.

The draw will take place during the break at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 9 in the Exhibitor’s hall.

To learn more about EDUQ.info and open access, attend the CDC’s workshop: workshop 802, ÉDUQ: pour le libre accès aux publications du réseau collégial. Consult the program.