Two new websites to support the development of digital skills

The ICT Respondent Network (REPTIC) recently launched two websites designed to develop skills in research, processing and presentation of information obtained on the Web, network collaboration and responsible use of technologies such as protection of digital identity and cyber reputation.

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The ICT Respondent Network (REPTIC) recently launched two websites designed to develop skills in research, processing and presentation of information obtained on the Web, network collaboration and responsible use of technologies such as protection of digital identity and cyber reputation.

The Network of ICT Respondents (REPTIC network) brings together, leads and supports the educational advisers responsible for the educational integration of technologies in CEGEPs. The sites it presents are aimed at students, teachers and other stakeholders in the college network, but will undoubtedly be of interest to primary and secondary professionals (and many others, for that matter).

Develop essential skills

The first of these sites, space ProfilTIC.ca, offers hundreds of resources, in French and English, to support the development of the skills of the Student ICT Profile at the college level, i.e. researching, processing and presenting information, networking and using ICT in an efficient and responsible manner. This site provides students with a dynamic space to develop these skills and, for teachers, information and resources to integrate the learning of these skills into their courses and programs of study. Among the resources offered by this site, we find in particular testimonials from teachers who have set up activities integrating the skills of the ICT Profile, educational scenarios, tutorials, suggestions for software tools, as well as grids. observation and evaluation.

Act responsibly on social networks

The second site, MyImageWeb.com, is intended to be a bilingual reference tool on the risks associated with the use of social networks and cybercommunication. What is cyber reputation? How do you recognize a cyberbullying situation? How to prevent bad online dating? What to do in case of identity theft? These are all questions answered by MonImageWeb.com, a site that also contributes to the development of skills in the ICT Profile for students, namely "to ensure the security of digital information" and "to act in an ethical and civic manner on the Web".

 

Source: press release

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