Les publications récentes d’Adaptech!

  1. Adaptech "Zooming" ahead in research.

    Wileman, S. et Havel, A. (2020, 28 mai). Adaptech "Zooming" ahead in research. D News. Provenant de https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/news/dnews/adaptech-zooming-ahead-in-research/

  2. Exploration de bonnes pratiques pédagogiques pour l'utilisation des téléphones intelligents

    King, L., Legault, A. et Lussier, A. (2020, 7 mai). Exploration de bonnes pratiques pédagogiques pour l'utilisation des téléphones intelligents. Profweb. Provenant de https://www.profweb.ca/publications/articles/exploration-de-bonnes-pratiques-pedagogiques-pour-l-utilisation-des-telephones-intelligents

  3. Simple but effective: Using students' smartphones to watch videos

    King. L., Lussier, A., Havel, A., Jorgensen, M. et Fichten, C. (2020, 19 mars). Simple but effective: Using students' smartphones to watch videos.  Montréal: Réseau de Recherche Adaptech.

  4. Using students' smartphones for collaborative work

    King, L., Harvison, M., Havel, A., Lussier, A., Jorgensen, M. et Fichten, C. (2020, 9 mars). Using students' smartphones for collaborative work.  Montréal: Réseau de Recherche Adaptech.

  5. Play it again: Using students’ smartphones for audio recordings.

    Havel, A., King, L., Lussier, A., Wileman, S., Jorgensen, M. et Fichten, C. (2020, 6 avril). Play it again: Using students’ smartphones for audio recordings. Montréal: Réseau de Recherche Adaptech.

  6. Exploring pedagogically sound practices for the use of smartphones

    King, L., Legault, A. et Lussier, A. (2020, 28 février). Exploring pedagogically sound practices for the use of smartphones. Profweb. Provenant de https://www.profweb.ca/en/publications/articles/exploring-pedagogically-sound-practices-for-the-use-of-smartphones

  7. One model to rule them all, one model to bind them? A critique of the use of accessibility-related models in post-secondary education.

    Seale, J. K., Burgstahler, S. et Havel, A. (2020). One model to rule them all, one model to bind them? A critique of the use of accessibility-related models in post-secondary education.  Open Learning. Disponible en ligne et en attente de publication en version papier. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680513.2020.1727320  

  8. New practices: Promoting the role of ICT in the shared space of transition

    Bühler, C., Burgstahler, S., Havel, A. et Kaspi-Tsahor, D. (2020). New practices: Promoting the role of ICT in the shared space of transition. Dans J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 117-141). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  9. New perspectives on stakeholders: Who needs to step up to the plate and how?

    King, L., Burgstahler, S., Fisseler, B. et Kaspi-Tsahor, D. (2020). New perspectives on stakeholders: Who needs to step up to the plate and how? Dans J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 73-94). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  10. Accessibility frameworks and models: Exploring the potential for a paradigm shift

    Burgstahler, S., Havel, A., Seale, J. et Olenik-Shemesh, D. (2020). Accessibility frameworks and models: Exploring the potential for a paradigm shift. Dans J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 45-72). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  11. Higher Education, information and communication technologies, and students with disabilities: The good and the bad

    Fichten, C., Olenik-Shemesh, D., Asuncion, J., Jorgensen, M. et Colwell, C. (2020). Higher education, information and communication technologies, and students with disabilities: The good and the bad. Dans J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education - Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 21-44). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  12. Ce que les professionnels des services aux étudiants peuvent faire pour aider les étudiants du postsecondaire et les nouveaux diplômés en situation de handicap à trouver un emploi

    Fichten, C., Jorgensen, M., King, L., Havel, A., Boffa, G., Lussier, A. et Vo, C. (2019). Ce que les professionnels des services aux étudiants peuvent faire pour aider les étudiants du postsecondaire et les nouveaux diplômés en situation de handicap à trouver un emploi. Communiqué, 19(2), 33-36. Provenant de https://www.cacuss.ca/files/Communique/Communique%20Fall%202019%20HI%20RES.pdf