Mini glossary of artificial intelligence

We come into contact with it daily through emails, social networks, search engines, online shopping, smart assistants, and much more. Artificial intelligence has already changed our lives considerably and will continue to do so in the years to come.

2019-10-16T15:19:29-04:002019/10/16|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

Gamification in 3 questions

In online training, gamification consists of integrating game-specific mechanisms into the course design: challenges, rewards, personal progression, etc. While gamification is not a new method of learning, the technologies that can now be used in online training, particularly those specific to video games, are increasing the possibilities of this approach tenfold. But be careful, don't confuse gamification with serious games!

2019-10-09T12:12:09-04:002019/10/09|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

Motivation: a driving force for learning engagement

Motivation is the momentum that drives us to act and think in one way or another, a process that is both cognitive and emotional, influenced by a combination of factors that are internal and external to us. In learning, motivation is a sine qua non-condition to get involved, to engage in a traditional or online training path.

2019-10-03T09:41:30-04:002019/10/03|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

Game Creators’ Odyssey – an Innovative Video Game Design Course

University students can now learn game design anywhere, at their own pace, from some of the world’s best game developers. KnowledgeOne, Ubisoft and Concordia University are joining forces to bring the expertise of the video game development studio to campuses around the world.

2019-09-24T10:47:00-04:002019/09/24|Articles|0 Comments

3 Types of Future Jobs

With the accelerated changes in digital technology, particularly in artificial intelligence (AI), the workplace is on the verge of a real revolution. As a result, a Californian think tank led by the Institute for the Future estimated that 85% of the professions that will be carried out in 2030 have not yet been created.

2019-09-11T12:32:10-04:002019/09/11|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

The Art of Taking Notes

The average speech rate is 150 words per minute, while our writing ability is limited to about 27 words per minute... No wonder effective note-taking is not an easy exercise! In addition to requiring the ability to write quickly and concisely, it requires concentration, listening, analytical skills and the ability to synthesize.

2019-09-05T14:26:21-04:002019/09/05|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

3 Myths That Prevent You from Learning

Myths are those preconceived ideas, shared in droves, adorned with an aura of credibility, but which are false. They have a "tough skin" to break, despite the fact that we are collectively more educated and that the scientific method allows us to separate the wheat from the chaff, in other words, to distinguish a proven fact from an idea based on intuition alone.

2019-08-30T08:26:35-04:002019/08/29|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments

Note-taking: Keyboard or Pen? The Verdict of Science!

Between keyboard and pen note-taking, which method is the most effective for learning? Before the advent of the intelligent digital pen, this question would not have been of any interest to a majority of young learners - and many not so young - for whom the laptop is an essential working tool.

2019-09-05T11:50:02-04:002019/08/22|Articles, Catherine Meilleur|0 Comments
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