Distance learning: the fall rendezvous

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TELUQ University invites teachers to the Digital Days in Higher Education and the Digital Trophies, excellent opportunities to share the experiences of the past few months across Quebec and to learn more about several aspects of FAD. .

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The health context of COVID-19 has pushed distance education (FAD) to the fore. If, before the crisis, FAD remained the prerogative of a few establishments or was the result of individual initiatives, it is now establishing itself as a mode of education in Quebec. With the pandemic, many turned to FAD in a hurry, with all the reorganization of ways of doing things and the improvisation that this required. Even today, and probably in a sustainable way, the world of education and teaching in Quebec takes up the challenge of distance education on a daily basis. 

The colloquium Digital 2020 | Digital Days in Higher Education November 2 and 3, 2020 is an opportunity to share experiences over the past few months across Quebec and to learn more about several aspects of ADF. More than 60 speakers from Quebec and abroad, researchers, teachers, educational advisers, professors, technopedagogical project managers, managers, tutors and digital strategists will lead conferences, round tables and workshops. They will deal with digital technology in education, emerging trends and its integration into practices, distance learning, and the transformation of establishments.

In addition, the competition of Digital trophies, an event that presents the rich experience of designers and managers of the best projects using digital technology in education.

The two events, offered remotely, are organized by TELUQ University, with the financial support of the Ministry of Higher Education. Access to the conferences is free. Places are limited, registration is compulsory.

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