The Internet provides a huge range of Teaching and Learning Resources. However, due to a lack of accurate and standardized descriptions, it is sometimes difficult to find them and to evaluate their relevance. In Quebec, La Vitrine Technologie-Éducation plays a pioneering role in applying standards to identify, describe and share educational resources. Our Eureka repository includes several thousand records written in compliance with the Normetic Application Profile of the LOM (Learning Object Metadata) Standard.
Thus, an educational heritage is progressively taking shape locally and on a global scale. You can contribute to this project by proposing your resources!
This section suggests a collection of hand-picked resources taken from the Internet and Education guide as well as the Virtual Laboratory, two products from La Vitrine Technologie-Éducation.
The Internet & Education guide has been compiling the best finds from La Vitrine, following a careful review by our local, national and international partners in ICT (Information and Communications Technologies) and Education. It includes over 600 resources classified by subject, over 100 ready-to-use learning and evaluation situations and a large number of other resources that provide guidance in the world of new educational technologies.
The Internet and Education guide is also available in PDF format.
The Virtual Laboratory is a collection of Java applets that can be used to reproduce numerous science lab experiments. These experiments can be accelerated to increase the number of parametric studies or case studies. Furthermore, by eliminating repetitive tasks, more time can be spent on analyzing and interpreting results.
This work by La Vitrine Technologie-Éducation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada License.