Adaptech’s recent presentations!

  1. Bon pied, bonne heure!

    Legault, A. (2020, May 18). Bon pied, bonne heure! [Radio interview]. Radio-Canada. Retrieved from https://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/bon-pied-bonne-heure/segments/entrevue/172305/adapter-enseignement-cellulaire-anick-legault

  2. The lifelong impact of learning disabilities.

    Havel, A., & Thomson, R. (2020, March). The lifelong impact of learning disabilities. Presentation for the Institut des troubles d’apprentissages, Montreal, Quebec.

  3. Summary of research conducted by the Adaptech Research Network

    Fichten, C. (2019, November). Summary of research conducted by the Adaptech Research Network. Presentation at the  Vitrine sur la recherche collégiale meeting, Montréal, Québec.

  4. They’re here, they’re, they’re everywhere: Smartphones in the classroom.

    Jorgensen, M., & Havel, A. (2019, October). They’re here, they’re, they’re everywhere: Smartphones in the classroom. Presentation at the Active Learning and Technology Meeting, Montréal, Québec.

  5. Input and output: Smartphone teaching videos and consultation

    King, L., & Legault, A. (2019, October). Input and output: Smartphone teaching videos and consultation. Presentation at the Active Learning and Technology Meeting, Montréal, Québec.

  6. More than meets the eye: Engaging stakeholders

    King, L., Havel, A., Jorgensen, M., & Fichten, C. (2019, June). More than meets the eye: Engaging stakeholders. Presentation at the 5th Ed-ICT International Network Symposium, Newport Pagnell, England.

  7. The potential of mobile technology

    Fichten, C., King, L., Jorgensen, M., & Havel, A. (2019, June). The potential of mobile technology. Presentation at the 5th Ed-ICT International Network Symposium, Newport Pagnell, England.

  8. The smartphone in the classroom: Teacher’s friend or foe?

    Jorgensen, M., Havel, A., Fichten, C., & King, L. (2019, June). The smartphone in the classroom: Teacher’s friend or foe? Presentation at the 8th Annual SALTISE Conference, Montréal, Québec.

  9. Comment marier plusieurs méthodologies et populations complémentaires contribue à faire de la recherche sur l’apprentissage un succès

    King, L., Fichten, C., Jorgensen, M., Lussier, A., & Havel, A. (2019, May). Comment marier plusieurs méthodologies et populations complémentaires contribue à faire de la recherche sur l’apprentissage un succès. Presentation at the CSLP Day at the 87e Congrès de l’Acfas, Gatineau, Québec.

  10. Comment donner un coup de pouce aux nouvelles générations de chercheurs

    Lussier, A., Fichten, C., King. L., Jorgensen, M., Havel, A., & Vo, C. (2019, May). Comment donner un coup de pouce aux nouvelles générations de chercheurs. Presentation at the colloque de l'ARC dans le cadre du  87e Congrès de l’Acfas, Gatineau, Québec.

  11. The use of personal technologies in the classroom: Canadian and Israeli perspectives.

    King, L., Fichten, C., Jorgensen, M., & Havel, A. (Canadian team) with Heiman, T., Kaspi-Tsahor, D. et Olenik-Shemesh, D. (Israeli team). (2019, May). The use of personal technologies in the classroom: Canadian and Israeli perspectives. Presentation at the 16th Jerusalem Conference in Canadian Studies, Jerusalem, Israel.

  12. Invited panel member, Student Roundtable: Experiences and self-advocacy: Accessibility in the digital classroom

    Vo, C. (2019, April). Invited panel member, Student Roundtable: Experiences and self-advocacy: accessibility in the digital classroom. Presentation at the accessXchange Conference, Montréal, Québec. Christine on a student panel