Nouvelle ressource: MINDOMO!

Le ministère de l’Éducation, à la recommandation du Comité consultatif du Programme d’achat de logiciels de l’Ontario (CCPALO), a conclu une entente pour un nouvel organisateur graphique infonuagique qui permet aux élèves de créer des cartes conceptuelles en ligne, de façon collaborative ou de façon autonome. Il y a quelques options pour accéder à cet outil. Veuillez communiquer avec votre représentant DSO pour plus de renseignements.

Digital Citizenship project!

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The digital domain is changing how students perceive, interact with, and respond to the world. Innovations in technology have provided new opportunities for learning, both in and out of school, and have enabled students to connect to learning communities around the world. Social media is an immersive environment that can no longer be ignored if schools are to remain relevant. These innovations call for the development of new knowledge, skills and social behaviours to ensure that these tools are used in responsible and ethical ways.

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SAMR Project!

In order to help instructional leaders, administrators, teachers, and other educators understand how Ministry-licensed digital resources can be used to help facilitate and support evolving classroom practices, OSAPAC has developed some scaffolded supports around licensed products. The SAMR model provides a useful framework to help identify opportunities for learning that are afforded by technology.

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Career Cruising!

The Ministry of Education has licensed Career Cruising, a Guidance and Career information online program for students in Grades 7 – 12 until August 2017.
The program offers many tools for exploring student interests and aptitudes, various job videos, as well as links to colleges and universities.

Online Encylopaedia

Following a public procurement process for English and French Online Encylopaedia, we are pleased to announce that the Ministry of Education has licenced Britannica School as the new Online English Encylopaedia for all provincially funded school boards, faculties of education, and participating First Nations schools.  This product replaces Grolier Online, which is no longer licenced by the ministry.
Unfortunately, no French products qualified during this process.  As such, there is no Ministry licenced online French encyclopaedia at this time.

Antidote is now available!

In order to install the new version of Antidote 8 whose license has been renewed with the approval of the Ontario Software Acquisition Program Advisory Committee(OSAPAC), operational contacts from each board can download Ministry-Licenced software.