[REPOST] Announcing French Version Of The State Of The Nation Website

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[REPOST] Announcing French Version Of The State Of The Nation Website

We noticed that the researchers at the CANeLearn-partnered State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada project posted this announcement yesterday.


With the assistance of Centre francophone d’éducation à distance (CFÉD), the past year saw a major undertaking related to the project website: the creation of a French version. Over the past 12 months, CFÉD has translated the major project components to provide the study with a basic French language website.  When the e-learning team at the Nova Scotia Ministry of Education and Early Childhood Development designed the tenth anniversary banner, they ensured that the text was in both English and French. The French version of the website can be accessed by clicking the “En français” link on the main project website or directly at http://k12sotn.ca/francais/

Additionally, CFÉD, LEARN (Quebec), and Manitoba Education and Training have provided in kind translation services for the 2016 version of their individual jurisdictional profiles.  We are issuing a call for other organizations that may be interested in providing an in kind contribution of translating the 2016 and 2017 version of their individual jurisdictional profile.  Please note that the most recent profile is approximately 3-4 pages in length, while older profiles tend to run approximately 1-2 pages in length – depending on the jurisdiction.

See original at http://k12sotn.ca/blog/announcing-french-version-of-the-state-of-the-nation-website/

By |2018-01-10T13:32:35+00:00January 12th, 2018|Research, State of the Nation|

About the Author:

Michael K. Barbour is Associate Professor of Instructional Design for the College of Education and Health Sciences at Touro University California. He has been involved with K-12 online learning in a variety of countries for well over a decade as a researcher, teacher, course designer and administrator. Michael's research focuses on the effective design, delivery and support of K-12 online learning, particularly for students located in rural jurisdictions.