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Awards

The Centre for e-Learning recognized for innovative projects at the CNIE Awards Festival

The University of Ottawa has once again gained national recognition thanks to the work of the Centre for e-Learning. The Teaching and Learning Support Service's Centre for e-Learning recently received two awards for the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) for the following projects:

 
  • "L'apprentissage de la nomenclature en chimie facilité par un nouvel outil interactif en ligne" has been selected for an Award of Excellence in the Instructional Design/Teaching and Learning stream (project developed in collaboration with Professor Alison Flynn).
  • "Découvrez ou redécouvrez Visez juste en français" has been selected for an Award of Excellence Formal or Non-Formal Education Program category (project developed in collaboration with Professor Marie-Josée Bourget).
 

I could not be happier that my team received such prestigious awards,” says the director of the Centre for e-Learning Mr. Richard Pinet, “because we work closely with professors to develop ingenious tools for their courses, which enhance the student experience and their engagement.”

The Centre for e-Learning provides expert consultation and support services in the development and implementation of technology-based courses, as well as online teaching and learning materials. Its team, composed of instructional designers, web developers, graphic artists and programmers, participate in the development of online courses and projects which demonstrate the University of Ottawa’s leadership among Canadian Universities.

The CNIE Awards Festival recognizes excellence in innovative educational practices in the use of technology to support and advance learning at regional, national and international levels in distance, open, distributed, blended and traditional settings. This competition is adjudicated by a committee of professional peers from across Canada.

For more information about the Centre for e-Learning, please email  .

Photo of the recipients of the Award of Excellence in the Instructional Design/Teaching and Learning: Caroline Marcoux, Jamey Laroche, Gisèle Richard, Alison Flynn and Jeanette Caron
Award of Excellence in the Instructional Design/Teaching and Learning (left to right):
Caroline Marcoux, Jamey Laroche, Gisèle Richard, Alison Flynn and Jeanette Caron
Photo of the recipients of the Award of Excellence Formal or Non-Formal Education Program: Anne Patry, Marie-Josée Bourget et Caroline Marcoux
Award of Excellence Formal or Non-Formal Education Program (left to right):
Anne Patry, Marie-Josée Bourget and Caroline Marcoux
 

Cyber-Learning Merit Award

The Faculties of Law and Medicine in collaboration with the Centre for e-Learning are honoured by the Canadian Council on Learning.

 

Award for Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Design

The Centre for e-Learning wins award for Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Design from the Canadian Association for Distance Education.

 

André Séguin of e-Learning has been recognized!

Photo of André Séguin receiving his award

It is with pleasure and pride that the Teaching and Learning Support Service announces that André Séguin (Health Science Coordinator) of e-Learning, has been recognized for his involvement in Pan-Canadian distance teaching.

André received this honour during the 2009 annual General Assembly of the Réseau d'enseignement francophone à distance du Canada (REFAD), which will was held on Friday, May 22nd, 2009 at the Shippagan Campus of the Université de Moncton.

Over the last eight years, André has been involved with the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) amidst the mediatisation group (which he co-presided in 2006). He produced several digital portfolio presentations (among which pilot-projects for the University of Ottawa). He is presently working on the Internet use of young adults born between 1988 and 1992. This latter mandate will benefit both TLSS and the REFAD.

Congratulations André!

 

CNIE 2008 Honorable Mention

Image of banner for La gestation de comportements associés à la démence

The University of Ottawa receives honorable mention from the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education

OTTAWA, May 1st 2008 — The University of Ottawa is proud to announce that its Centre for e-Learning, in partnership with a team from the Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) received an honorable mention for Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Design from the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education recently formed by the merger of the Canadian Association for Distance Education (CADE) and the Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC).

The CADE Awards of Excellence program focuses on a clear goal: to recognize excellence in open and distance education projects, both nationally and internationally, through a competition adjudicated by a committee of professional peers from across Canada
The mention was given in Banff on April 29th as part of CNIE’s annual conference. The award highlights the quality of a workshop on dementia-related behaviour management.

The primary designers of the project are Rémi Rousseau, instructional designer from the Centre for e-Learning; and Manon Tremblay and Diane Bouchard-Lamothe, project coordinators at the CNFS.

As a leader in the field of French electronic learning in the field of clinical supervision, the CNFS has developed resources to reach learners in different environments across Canada. Online training is the vehicle of choice to answer the specific needs of this clientele, hence the partnership with the Centre for e-Learning whose mission is to design, produce and deliver multimedia educational technology and services.

The Centre for e-Learning and the CNFS are no stranger to awards. In 2004, they received CADE’s Excellence and Innovation in Partnership/Collaboration Award for a project dealing with the supervision of interns and in 2007 the Award of Excellence for Innovation in Instructional Design for a  project on interprofessional practices.

Showcase: La gestion des comportements associés à la démence

 
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