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Access to Justice Legal Apps Challenge Modules
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The Access to Justice Legal Apps Challenge Modules intend to get participants to think of new ways to use technology to better increase access to justice, and to ultimately design a concept for a legal app to address an access to justice issue.

The set of five modules are intended to operate as a “mini-course” for Ontario high-school students. Each module contains background information on the topic to help instructors prepare for the lessons. The background information has sources to support instructors and students delving further into topics of interest. The modules are designed so that they can be used in either an in-person or virtual learning environment.

Subject:
Law
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Module
Provider:
University of Ottowa
Author:
Amy Salyzyn
Conor Leggott
Ocean Avriel
Date Added:
12/14/2021
Every Teacher is a Language Teacher
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This book disseminates practices shared at the annual event Every Teacher is a Language Teacher held at the Faculty of Education (University of Ottawa) for all first-year Bachelor of Education teacher candidates. This resource responds directly to calls from attendees for a resource that synthesizes the content shared at each workshop, enabling them to access and implement the rich pedagogical knowledge shared. The book is meant to serve as a textbook for Teacher Education courses, graduate courses, as well as an ongoing promotion of research-based practices created by Faculty of Education partners (faculty and graduate students alike) that should be shared more widely with Canadian language educators, teachers and consultants, particularly in its bilingual format. This publication is unique and particularly useful to both pre- and in-service teachers, as it offers modes of practice based on both research and theory. This means it is neither exclusively a lesson plan nor a theoretical analysis; but rather a synthesis that aims to show how the two domains inform one another. We see it as being immediately valuable for teacher and teacher educators, while also filling a gap in the field of language education more widely -- one that embodies anti-racist, ethical paradigms within current interdisciplinary practice in its responsiveness to challenges of modern technology and globalization.

Subject:
Language Education (ESL)
Material Type:
Textbook
Provider:
University of Ottowa
Author:
Heba Elsherief
Masson Mimi
Date Added:
09/10/2020
Modules du Défi des app juridiques d’accès à la justice
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Les modules du Défi des apps juridiques d’accès à la justice ont pour but d'amener les participants à réfléchir à de nouvelles façons d'utiliser la technologie pour améliorer l'accès à la justice et, en fin de compte, à concevoir un concept d'application juridique pour résoudre les problèmes d'accès à la justice.

L'ensemble des cinq modules est destiné à fonctionner comme un "mini-cours" pour les élèves du secondaire de l'Ontario. Chaque module contient des informations générales sur le sujet afin d'aider les instructeurs à préparer les leçons. Les informations générales contiennent des sources permettant aux instructeurs et aux élèves d'approfondir les sujets qui les intéressent. Les modules sont conçus de manière à pouvoir être utilisés dans un environnement d'apprentissage en personne ou virtuel.

Subject:
Law
Material Type:
Activity/Lab
Module
Provider:
University of Ottowa
Author:
Amy Salyzyn
Conor Leggott
Ocean Avriel
Date Added:
12/14/2021
OER by Discipline Guide: University of Ottawa (Version 1.0 – June 2021)
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The OER by Discipline Guide: University of Ottawa is an in-progress tool suggesting open educational resources for specific courses at the University of Ottawa. Its purpose is to help professors get acquainted with existing OER in their disciplines and facilitate their use. It will be updated annually as new resources are identified.

Subject:
Higher Education
Material Type:
Student Guide
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
University of Ottowa
Author:
Melanie Brunet
Date Added:
06/01/2021