Histoire de l’AMTEC – quelques anciens membres d’AMTEC collaborent pour créer un inventaire de documents et interroger des membres sur leurs expériences, en l’honneur du 50e anniversaire de la fondation de l’organisation en 2023. Nous avons le plaisir d’annoncer que notre article sur l’histoire d’AMTEC a été publié dans TechTrends version en ligne. Il est disponible en version anglaise consultable uniquement sur le lien SharedIt suivant : Celebrating and Preserving Educational Technology History in Canada: the AMTEC History Project
Nous sommes désolés, à l’heure actuelle cette page est disponible en anglais seulement, nous espérons avoir une version française à une date ultérieure.
AMTEC – The Associate for Media and Technology in Education in Canada
AMTEC Mission Statement (1974-2007)
The Association for Media and Technology in Education in Canada (AMTEC) was a Pan-Canadian community of educators, media producers, researchers, librarians, and other professional staff who worked to facilitate and improve learning, in all sectors of education, through the appropriate application and integration of educational technology. AMTEC members viewed educational technology policies, practices, and products as tools with which to provide supportive, successful, life-long learning experiences to all students in all learning contexts.
In this regard, AMTEC was committed to researching, developing, nurturing, supporting, evaluating and deploying educational technologies which reflected sound pedagogical theory; which were accessible to all learners and teachers; which promoted innovation in learning and teaching; and which celebrated best teaching / learning practices in all educational environments. AMTEC also maintained an ongoing interest in promoting the professional development of educators in educational technology, particularly through the distribution of research, and in ensuring equitable educational access to intellectual property through the use of technology.
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AMTEC Trust Awards
AMTEC Trust Awards were provided through funds and donations generated by members. Awards were available to CNIE member applicants training, working, and creating research, products, and services in the field of Educational Technology. Award winners were celebrated at annual CNIE conferences, are listed on this website, and selected videos are showcased on the CNIE YouTube channel.
The awards included research grants and professional development bursaries of up to $3,000 for university or college faculty, staff or graduate students working in open educational media and technology or developing exemplary open applications of educational media or technology in instruction. Creative Commons licenses allowed the work to be made available to the AMTEC Trust for sharing with CNIE members.
Anciens lauréats de prix
Prix de Fonds de Fiducie de l’AMTEC
- Paula Andrea Arancibia Erazo, Université de Sherbrooke, Research Grant. Click here to access the video.
- Lucas Johnson, Lakehead University, Research Grant. Click here to access the video.
- Diane Janes, Thompson Rivers University, Research Grant. Click here to access the video.
- John Cheng, University of British Columbia, Professional Development Bursary. Click here to access the video.
- Mae Doran, Athabasca University, Research Grant. Click here to access the video.
- Erica Hargreave, British Columbia Institute of Technology, Student Bursary. Click here to access the video.
- Helen J. DeWaard, Lakehead University, Professional Development Bursary. Click here to access the video.
- Geneviève Gauthier, Université d’Ottawa, Bourse de perfectionnement professionnel. Click here to access the video.
- Erica Hargreave, The University of British Columbia and British Columbia Institute of Technology, Professional Development Bursary. Click here to access the video.
- Jessica O’Reilly, Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technologies and Athabasca University, Research Grant. Click here to access the video.
Corinne Breen, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland