Each month, Thot Cursus offers three articles from its news feed to École branchée readers (and even some bonuses). Here are the suggestions for September: Uberisation of training: how far can it go?, the crowdfunding model, banning cell phones in class - the pros and cons, Descript: to edit videos and transcribe them.
Press Release - Quebec-based developer Ululab, creator of the Slice Fractions series, announces that its latest title, Math Makers, will be available for free to Quebec elementary school teachers and their students.
Press Release - Digital Spring invites schools, institutions, organizations and businesses to submit their applications for the 3rd edition of the Digital Literacy Recognition Award. The deadline for entries is September 25.
Press Release - Druide informatique announces the deployment of a new version of Tap'Touche -- School Edition, its web-based keyboarding training application for schools. New features include educational practice texts, limited edition badges, and access control to progress activities for students and teachers.
Press Release - Quebec companies Druide informatique and Amisgest Technologie announce the integration of Antidote Web into the À petits pas digital logbook, an application designed for daycare services to monitor children's development.
In recent months, school service centers have seen the emergence of two new products related to the data management platform Mozaïk-Data of Société GRICS. Based on artificial intelligence, they are intended to facilitate decision-making within school organizations, especially to identify more quickly students at risk of failure or dropping out.
News Release - Nanomonx, an independent educational technology development studio, announces that its flagship educational product, The Bear Constellation, has been selected to support writing skills for all students in grades 4-6 in Nova Scotia for three years.
(Press release) The Edteq Association and Centech, an innovation hub and incubator for technology startups, have signed an agreement that will improve the support offered to the ecosystem of startups and innovative SMEs in the field of digital education, in order to perpetuate the educational technologies developed by Quebec entrepreneurs.
Press Release - On May 14th, Technovation Montreal held its 8th annual Pitch Demo Day. The teenagers presented their application and business plan responding to a problem in their community. The topics are important; environment, women's rights, anxiety, school success, the applications of the young girls are promising. In total, four prizes were awarded, in addition to the jury's "coup de coeur".
Press Release - As usual, Alloprof continues to improve its resources to support the academic success of young people. Among other things, the organization is integrating new functionalities related to artificial intelligence into its Web platform.