Knowing how to find information, how to process and present it, knowing how to network and exploit ICTs efficiently and responsibly, these are all skills that college students must master while pursuing their studies, or for their professional and community life. The ICT Profile for College Students is made up of essential skills (informational, methodological, cognitive and ethical skills) supported by technological skills.
To access the resources helping the mastery of the ICT Profile for College Students skills, please consult the ICT Profile for College Students folder.
ICT Profile for College Students
Resources associated to the ICT Profile for Students
ICT Profile Folder from the REPTIC/IT REP website – resources for pedagogical counselors: promote the Profile (poster, leaflet, logo, colour code), lead activities (slideshows, informative documents), integrate the Profile (integration guide and grids to use), evaluate/certify the mastering of the skills from the Profile, ICT Profile Database, objectives and yearly actions, team and minutes.
ICTProfile.ca Space – resources for teachers and students: description of skills, real-life stories from teachers who implemented the ICT Profile skills in their courses, pedagogical scenarios, tutorials intended for students, questionnaires, tools and free softwares for practicing skills, etc.
Other ICT profiles for students produced by the REPTIC / IT REP Network
ICT Profile for College Students 2009
Profile of the Social Science Graduate (in French only)
Profile of the Business Administration Graduate (in French only)