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TLSS - Teaching and Learning Support Service

Techno-Pedagogy

The Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS) workshops on techno-pedagogy address various aspects of the use of technologies in higher education, and aim to provide support to faculty members.

They will provide you with advice and assistance in developing strategies that support teaching, and educational use of technologies, such as:
  • developing techno-pedagical scenarios
  • designing environments and mediated learning tools
  • integrating new TI in teaching initiatives
  • operating and using various tools used in the development of techno-pedagogical projects

If you wish to get training on a techno-pedagogy topic that we do not currently offer, please contact us so we can discuss the possibility of adding this topic in one of our future series.

While we offer workshops related to techno-pedagogy, we also provide workshops on pedagogy. Click here to find out more...

 

Sébastien Lacasse

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Teaching and Learning Systems Specialist

Sébastien has been working in the field of IT for almost 20 years. He started his career in a small shop in Etobicoke near Toronto called "The Computer and You." His journey is conveyed on television production plateau, where he developed his audiovisual knowledge by working for Cinélande productions, and MusiquePlus. He then devoted himself for 8 years to stage-related professions, working as a lighting, sound engineer, machinist, and video technician. In 2009, Sébastien joined the TLSS team as a mediated teaching systems specialist. In this role, he provided training to many professors in the field of mediated teaching. One of Sébastien’s greatest strengths is his ability to share his knowledge with students either individually or in groups.