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  • Comment saisir le sens des données qualitatives?

    Diapos pour accompagner un atelier d’Alexandre Enkerli sur les données qualitatives, la participation du public et les politiques à l’Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments, le 11 mars 2020

  • How Can We Make Sense of Qualitative Data?

    Slides to accompany Alex Enkerli’s workshop on qualitative data and public engagement for policy making at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on March 11, 2020.

  • Make Sense of Qualitative Data? / Saisir le sens des données qualitatives?

    Slides to accompany Alex Enkerli’s workshop on qualitative data and public engagement for policy making at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency on March 11, 2020. / Diapos pour accompagner un atelier d’Alexandre Enkerli sur les données qualitatives, la participation du public et les politiques à l’Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments, le 11 mars 2020

  • Moodle for CSPS Facilitators

    Moodle screenshots to accompany a discussion with CSPS Facilitators at 111 Sussex, on January 10, 2020

  • Moodle for CSPS Collaborators

    Moodle screenshots to accompany a discussion with CSPS Collaborators at 111 Sussex, on October 29, 2019

  • Moodle for Digital Academy Premium

    Moodle screenshots to accompany a discussion with Digital Academy at Bayview Yards, on September 26, 2019

  • ANT3745 Dixième cours

    Diapositives pour la dixième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Neuvième cours

    Diapositives pour la neuvième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Huitième cours

    Diapositives pour la huitième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Septième cours

    Diapositives pour la septième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Sixième cours

    Diapositives pour la sixième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Cinquième cours

    Diapositives pour la cinquième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Quatrième cours

    Diapositives pour la quatrième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Troisième cours

    Diapositives pour la troisième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Deuxième cours

    Diapositives pour la deuxième séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3745 Premier cours

    Diapositives pour la première séance du cours ANT3745 Anthropologie du Maghreb et du Moyen-Orient, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • Qu’attend-on de l’intelligence artificielle? (téléchargement)

  • Qu’attend-on de l’intelligence artificielle?

  • ANT3120 Final Class Meeting (23)

    Slides for the twenty-third class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Penultimate Class Meeting (22)

    Slides for the twenty-second class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Twenty-First Class Meeting

    Slides for the twenty-first class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Twentieth Class Meeting

    Slides for the twentieth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Nineteenth Class Meeting

    Slides for the nineteenth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • Copy of ANT3120 Fifteenth Class Meeting

    Slides for the fifteenth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Fifteenth Class Meeting

    Slides for the fifteenth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Fourteenth Class Meeting

    Slides for the fourteenth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Thirteenth Class Meeting

    Slides for the thirteenth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Twelfth Class Meeting

    Slides for the twelfth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Eleventh Class Meeting

    Slides for the eleventh class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • Open Innovation and Problem-Solving

    Alex Enkerli’s slides for a presentation in Stoyan Tanev’s TIMG 5103 course at Carleton University.

  • ANT3120 Seventh Class Meeting

    Slides for the Seventh class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Sixth Class Meeting

    Slides for the Sixth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Fifth Class Meeting

    Slides for the Fifth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Groups for Fourth Class Meeting

    Slides for the group arrangement in the fourth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Fourth Class Meeting

    Slides for the Fourth class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Third Class Meeting

    Slides for the third class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 Second Class Meeting

    Slides for the second class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • ANT3120 First Class

    Slides for the first class meeting in the ANT3120 Applied Anthropology course taught by Alex Enkerli at University of Ottawa.

  • S’approprier la technologie pour ne pas en dépendre

    Présentation au festival Pinte de science, bar Le Pourvoyeur, Montréal

  • ANT3540 Dernier cours

    Diapositives pour la dernière séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Avant-dernier cours

    Diapositives pour l’avant-dernière séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Dixième cours

    Diapositives pour la dixième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Neuvième cours

    Diapositives pour la neuvième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Huitième cours

    Diapositives pour la huitième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Septième cours

    Diapositives pour la septième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Sixième cours

    Diapositives pour la sixième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Cinquième cours

    Diapositives pour la cinquième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Quatrième cours

    Diapositives pour la quatrième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Troisième cours

    Diapositives pour la troisième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Deuxième cours

    Diapositives pour la deuxième séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • ANT3540 Premier cours

    Diapositives pour la première séance du cours ANT3540 Cultures et sociétés, enseigné par Alexandre Enkerli à l’Université d’Ottawa.

  • Creative Teacher Challenge (Raspberry Pi)

    Creative Teacher Challenge for the “Raspberry Pi in the Classroom” workshop organized in collaboration with LEARN’s Open Creative Space, Vitrine technologie-éducation, and Kids Code Jeunesse.

  • Raspberry Pi History & Comparisons

    Quick presentation on the history of the Raspberry Pi computer and some comparisons with other devices.

  • Learning Community: Appropriating Technology through Inclusive Pedagogy

    To some technology enthusiasts, “social innovation” has become a buzzphrase to describe the actions of small groups engineering and designing “solutions” for the problems they perceive. As a result, digital divides may shift but citizens remain as excluded from innovative processes as ever. Helping diverse people as they appropriate technology together means that communities can build technology through usage and make sure that tools are appropriate to their own contexts. After a fifteen minute overview of key issues, this 90 minute workshop will consist of hands-on activities seeking to stimulate community-building through prototyping learning material with varying degrees of formal structure.

  • Students Helping Each Other

    This session will be quick sharing of a few activities which can help learners teach one another through the semester. Use of forums, low-stakes exercises, collaborative exam question creation, adaptive quizzes…

  • Ceres: catalogue collectif de ressources d’apprentissage

    Le passage du monde des documents à l’univers des données pose un défi majeur au milieu éducationnel dans son ensemble. Pour les bibliothèques, l’enjeu se révèle d’autant plus important dans un contexte économique qui laisse peu de marge de manœuvre. Pourtant, les ressources documentaires (numériques ou sur support papier) demeurent essentielles à l’apprentissage comme construction de la connaissance. Dans le cadre de sa mission technopédagogique, la Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) veille à l’appropriation de ressources éducatives libres et tente d’assurer la promotion du patrimoine éducatif québécois par l’entremise d’un catalogue de ressources d’apprentissage. Un tel rôle bénéficie grandement du travail acharné des bibliothécaires et archivistes de la province. Cet atelier porte sur l’impact que peuvent avoir les ressources d’apprentissage dans la transformation du monde des bibliothèques et des écoles.

  • Blending Learning with Moodle: What Do We Need from a Learning Management System?

    Moodle and other Learning Management Systems (LMS) have been with us for such a long while that we may take them for granted. Yet, as we move into blended learning and distance education, it becomes increasingly important to appropriate such platforms to our own needs. How can we mix (or “blend”) our teaching methods with Moodle? Apart from Moodle’s technical characteristics and features, much can be said about ways to use the LMS to enhance pedagogy. For instance, some of the most important effects of the Flipped Classroom model can be achieved with very simple tools in Moodle and much can be done with default modules. Starting from some concrete cases of Moodle usage in diverse courses over the years, this session will focus on a discussion of ways to make the platform fit in our learning and teaching practices.

  • Ressources éducatives et espaces d’apprentissage : quelle mission pour la bibliothèque ?

    Le passage du monde des documents à l’univers des données pose un défi majeur au milieu éducationnel dans son ensemble. Pour les bibliothèques, l’enjeu se révèle d’autant plus important dans un contexte économique qui laisse peu de marge de manœuvre. Pourtant, les ressources documentaires (numériques ou sur support papier) demeurent essentielles à l’apprentissage comme construction de la connaissance. Dans le cadre de sa mission technopédagogique, la Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) veille à l’appropriation de ressources éducatives libres et tente d’assurer la promotion du patrimoine éducatif québécois par l’entremise d’un catalogue de ressources d’apprentissage. Un tel rôle bénéficie grandement du travail acharné des bibliothécaires et archivistes de la province. Cet atelier porte sur l’impact que peuvent avoir les ressources d’apprentissage dans la transformation du monde des bibliothèques et des écoles.

  • Ouvrons les vannes : ressources éducatives libres et patrimoine pédagogique québécois

    Présentation d’Alexandre Enkerli (Vitrine technologie-éducation) au Troisième Colloque international en éducation du Crifpe, 5 mai 2016

  • Une culture de liberté et d’ouverture

  • Liberté d'apprendre et logiciels libres

    Présentation d’Alexandre Enkerli (Vitrine technologie-éducation) au Colloque libre de l’Adte, Collège Dawson, 17 mars 2016

  • Utilisation des données d’apprentissage: enjeux généraux

    Présentation d’Alexandre Enkerli (Vitrine technologie-éducation) à la réunion du GTN, le 17 décembre 2015

  • Expanding the Learning Landscape: What Effects Can Open Educational Resources Have on New Learning Spaces?

    VTE’s presentation on Open Educational at the Conference of the Library and Information Community of Quebec, November 18, 2015. Description: David Wiley defines Open Educational Resources (OERs) as “learning objects that are published using open licenses”. These are emerging as an important component in most models for universal access to education. Information professionals and educators alike have important roles to play in this field. However, such roles are often tied to traditional learning spaces for learning, including classrooms and libraries. How can we use OERs to broaden the scope of those learning spaces? Can we envision new ways to learn beyond those settings? What new roles for information professionals with easy access to pedagogical material? Participants are encouraged to bring their experience with a variety of resources which could potentially be used in learning contexts. Building on these examples, this group case study will focus on the potential impact of OERs on Quebec’s educational system. Specialists and practitioners from a wide variety of fields can contribute to a deeper exchange of the consequences OERs may have on our society.

  • Moodle-Based Teaching as Community Management

    VTE’s presentation for the Canadian MoodleMoot on October 22, 2015. Description: As a flexible platform based on social constructivism, Moodle allows for deep collaboration between learners and teachers. Through shifts in their roles, teachers can make Moodle into an ideal space for communities of practice. More than a job title, community management is an approach to enabling action by diverse participants. Through simple and not-so-simple techniques (peer-assessment, collaborative writing...) teachers as community managers can promote learners' agency.  After an introduction of key concepts, this participatory session will use concrete scenarios to explore practical and pedagogical implications of using Moodle to build communities.

  • Tracking Physical Activity and Learning

    VTE’s presentation on Activity Tracking at the REPTIC meeting, October 15, 2015. Description: Many of us are using diverse devices to monitor fitness activities or other parts of our lives. What if we were able to apply the same ideas to pedagogy? After a brief demonstration of a few tools used for the “Quantified Self”, we will discuss the impacts these tools may have on learning experiences. Could we work with coaches and trainers who might use similar tools? How do we link healthy bodies to healthy minds? What issues to consider when we use students’ data?

  • Riding the Wave of Open Education

    VTE’s presentation on Open Educational Resources at the REPTIC meeting, October 15, 2015. Description: All teachers create content and all teachers share some of that material, at least with students. During this workshop, we will explore the world of Open Educational Resources (OERs) through concrete examples. We want to work on practical experience so please think of a pedagogical context which could be enhanced through the use of outside materials. What strategies do pedagogues use to find appropriate resources? How can we integrate such content in a learning context? How can we ensure proper credit along the way? What tools can we use to find, remix, create, or share learning material?

  • Pedagogical Implication of Presentation

    Slides.com version of slides for Alex Enkerli’s presentation about presentation tools during Champlain College Lennoxville’s Ped Day (August 11, 2015).

  • Étudiants associés : surmonter des obstacles à l’apprentissage collaboratif

    Présentation de la Vitrine technologie-éducation lors du congrès annuel de SALTISE, le 2 juin 2015 au Collège John Abbott.

  • Badge numérique ouvert en éducation

    Présentation de la Vitrine technologie-éducation au sujet des badges numériques lors des Ateliers pédagogiques de l’ACPQ à Lac-Delage, 28 mai 2015.

  • Learning and Teaching Tools: Lessons from a “Writing Support Lab”

    VTE’s presentation for RASCALS 2015 meeting, June 1, 2015.

  • Quelle place pour les badges numériques dans le milieu de l'éducation dans un contexte de conception universelle de l'apprentissage

    Présentation de la Vitrine technologie-éducation au sujet des badges numériques lors de la Conférence CUA / UDL Conference à l’Université McGill, 21 mai 2015.

  • Technologie de soutien à l’écriture: l’apport de la conception universelle de l’apprentissage (CUA)

    Présentation de la Vitrine technologie-éducation au sujet du soutien à l’écriture lors de la Conférence CUA / UDL Conference à l’Université McGill, 21 mai 2015.

  • MoodleDay, 2015: Logs and Learners’ Data

    VTE’s presentation during MoodleDay on May 15, 2015.

  • Badge numérique et apprentissage : reconnaître les acquis

    Présentation de la Vitrine technologie-éducation au Colloque international en éducation, 30 avril 2015, Montréal.

  • ANTH326, Final Meeting

    Slides for the final class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 12

    Slides for the penultimate class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 11

    Slides for the eleventh class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 10

    Slides for the tenth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • Copy of Pedagogical Implications of Presentation Technology

    Slides.com version of slides for Alex Enkerli’s presentation about presentation tools during John Abbott College’s EdTech Week.

  • Pedagogical Implications of Presentation Technology

    Slides.com version of slides for Alex Enkerli’s presentation about presentation tools during John Abbott College’s EdTech Week.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 7

    Slides for the seventh class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 5

    Slides for the fifth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 4

    Slides for the fourth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 3

    Slides for the third class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • LOYC 398 Orientation to International Community Engagement: Online Tools

    Slides for Alex Enkerli’s workshop in the LOYC398 Orientation to International Community Engagement course at Concordia University

  • ANTH326, Meeting 2

    Slides for the second class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • Active Learning and Technology

    Slides for Alex Enkerli’s part in a session on the technological side of Active Learning activities during the Vanier Community Connection Day at Vanier College (January 15, 2015).

  • ​Learning Through/Despite Social Media?

    Slides for Alex Enkerli’s workshop on social media at Champlain College’s Lennoxville Campus during the January 13, 2015 pedagogical day.

  • ANTH326, Meeting 1

    Slides for the first class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s ANTH326 course (Peoples and Cultures of Sub-Saharan Africa) at Concordia University.

  • Coursenotes, SOCI221 Meeting 11

    Notes for the eleventh class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 10: From Ethnography to Cultural Contexts

    Slides for the tenth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 – Sociology of Cyberspace, Meeting 9

    Slides for the ninth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 8: Identity to Generations

    Slides for the eighth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 8: From Identity to Generations

    Slides for the eighth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University

  • SOCI/ANTH 441 Meeting 8

    Slides for the eighth class meeting in Alex Enkerli's SOCI/ANTH 441 Material Culture course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 5: From Social Dynamics to Midsemester

  • SOCI221 Meeting 4: Social Structure to Social Dynamics

    Slides for the fourth class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • Fracture numérique et innovation citoyenne

    Présentation d’Alexandre Enkerli dans le cadre des Jours inter.com au Cégep André-Laurendeau, 26 septembre 2014.

  • SOCI/ANTH 441 Meeting 4

    Slides for the fourth class meeting in Alex Enkerli's SOCI/ANTH 441 Material Culture course at Concordia University.

  • Copy of SOCI221 Meeting 3

    Slides for the third class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 3

    Slides for the third class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221 Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI221 Meeting 2, September 15, 2014

    Slides for the second class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI 221 “Sociology of Cyberspace” course at Concordia University.

  • Copy of SOCI221/2AA Meeting 1

    Slides for the first week of class in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221/2AA Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI/ANTH 441/2A – Material Culture: Week 2 (September 10, 2014)

    Slides for the second class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI/ANTH 441 Material Culture course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI/ANTH 441/2A – Material Culture

  • SOCI221/2AA Meeting 1

    Slides for the first week of class in Alex Enkerli’s SOCI221/2AA Sociology of Cyberspace course at Concordia University.

  • SOCI/ANTH 441 – Material Culture – Week 1 (September 3, 2014)

    Slides for the first class meeting in Alex Enkerli’s Material Culture course (SOCI/ANTH 441), at Concordia University.

  • Meeting 11:Industrializing March 28, 2014

    Alex Enkerli’s slides for the eleventh class meeting of ANTH398D Selected Topics in Anthropology: Ethnomusicology. Concordia University.

  • Learning Manager