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Meeting: April 26-27-28, 2017 – LaSalle College in Montreal

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Information and documents

  1. Report of the Meeting (in French)
  2. Photo Album
  3. Schedule and Activities Description
    1. Wednesday | Thursday | Friday
      1. Activities Offered via Webcast, at a Glance
    2. Cocktail
    3. Stands
  4. LaSalle College Contact Information
  5. Parking
  6. Lodging
  7. Notebook: Word – PDF (in French)
  8. Internet Access
  9. Twitter : #reptic, #ictprofile, #Cyber_self

Photo Album

Schedule and Activities Description

Wednesday April 26

Time

Activity

1:00 PM

Welcome words and general information

 

Speaker: Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC)

Room: 6607

1:30 PM

A Little Higher, a Little Further… Graphic Organizers, Take 2! (French activity: Un peu plus haut, un peu plus loin… les organisateurs graphiques, prise 2!)

 

Speaker: Chantale Beaucher (Université de Sherbrooke)

Documentation: Website

Room: 6607

 

View description

Graphic organizers tools are particularly efficient for teaching and learning. However, under this umbrella term hides a whole range of schemas, diagrams and cards in a variety of formats, functions, focus, levels of complexity and application arrangements. This presentation offers the opportunity to do a little clean sweep of the types of graphic organizers, their impact and uses in a context of teaching and learning. This follows the workshop presented at the REPTIC/ITREP meeting that took place in October 2016, but will be available to those of you who were absent then.

3:00 PM

Break

Room: 6607

3:15 PM

Elective activity

 

Active Learning Classrooms: Practice Does Make You Perfect (French activity: Classe d’apprentissage actif: c’est en forgeant qu’on devient forgeron)

 

Speaker: Anne-Marie Nault (Collège Montmorency)

Documentation: Presentation (in French)

Room: 6607
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

Following up on the presentation «La classe renversée ou quand les étudiants font le cours» (The flipped classroom or when students give the class), given at the AQPC in June 2016, here is a summary of the pedagogical support offered to close to 70 teachers who teach in one of the active-learning classes at Collège Montmorency since winter of 2016. This workshop aims to present our best moves, our not-so-good moves, our tools, our teachers’ as well as our students’ perceptions and three pedagogical counsellors that were involved in this very stimulating project. Your questions will be most welcome!

 

Google Classroom – Beginner (French activity: Google Classroom – débutant) Workshop cancelled, documentation is available below

 

Speaker: Maxime Ross (Cégep de Rimouski)

Documentation: Presentation (in French),  Google Apps Tutorials by the CEGEP de Rimouski (in French)

Room: 2206

 

View description

Come and discover all of the opportunities that this new collaborative environment has to offer. Learn how to get started with the tool, including how to input the students in your classes. Useful advice for efficiently using this tool will be presented, as well as the steps to publish dynamic content by using the strength of the Drive and how to re-use your current data for other groups at a later date (optimization).

 

Research Apprenticeship through Role-Play Scenarios: The Research Competition Website

 

Speaker: Lynda Gelston (John Abbott College & CCDMD)

Documentation: The Research Competition Website

Room: 2204
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

A presentation of how to encourage deep learning of a broad range of research-related skills through scripted role-play scenarios. This will be demonstrated via a brief description of a recently released CCDMD website: The Research Competition. Focus will be placed on the scenarios, scripts, videos and innovative instructional tools that are readily available for use by teachers and students in the Social Science research methods courses.

4:30 PM

Elective activity

 

Scribam – A Computer Software That Detects Plagiarism for the Quebec Education Network (French activity: Scribam – Un logiciel de détection de plagiat pour les réseaux de l’éducation québécois)

 

Speaker: Anthony Laquerre (CCSR)

Documentation: Presentation (in French) – Scribam Website

Room: 6607
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

The Scribam platform, an electronic similarities finder, was created at the initiative of the CCSR after a survey of the members of the REPTIC/ITREP network. Those surveyed felt that the solutions offered were too expensive, and they could see the benefit of adopting a solution that would help detect plagiarism in the Quebec college network while guaranteeing the confidentiality of the documents. The Scribam platform allows the verification of hundreds of thousands of sources and detects, in a document, segments of texts identical to those available online. It also generates an analytical report indicating the potential presence of plagiarism as well as the sources of the plagiarized text. The CCSR hopes to offer Scribam to all its clientele at the start of the 2017-2018 academic year. During this presentation, the CCSR will introduce you to the main functions of the application and will share the future developments to be implemented in the coming years.

 

Scaffolding – Peer Review of Lab Reports using Peercetiv

 

Speaker: Michael Dugdale (John Abbott College)

Documentation: Presentation

Room: 2204
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

Peerceptiv is a peer assessment platform designed to allow for a scalable solution to homework in large-enrolment university classes. It can, however, be taken in another direction: that of simulating the process of peer review in sciences with the goal of helping students to understand how the scientific community works. This presentation will briefly describe some of the peer review activities that I have been having my students do, and discuss the theoretical underpinnings of this approach.

5:00 PM

End of the day

Room: 6607

5:00 PM

*Adte‘s General Asembly

 

To register: https://framadate.org/sTCPj9XSIMMx9S7w

Room: 6607

Thursday April 27

Time

Activity

8:30 AM

Welcome

Room: 6607

9:00 AM

Elective activity

 

For a More Inclusive Use of ICT (French activity: Pour un usage plus inclusif des TIC)

 

Speaker: Paul Turcotte (Cégep du Vieux Montréal, CRISPESH)

Documentation: Presentation (in French)

Room: 6607
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

The use of ICT in teaching keeps on growing. Whether for distance teaching, in a blended presence mode (in a flipped classroom or as a complement to more traditional teaching) the positive contribution of ICT is widely recognized and techno-pedagogical resources are increasing in order to support teachers. However, one aspect of this effervescence is worth questioning: are these new tools suitable for all students? Can some of the particularities of ICT tools or the use of them be seen as learning obstacles for some students? This is an issue of the accessibility of technology and of the inclusive character of the teaching methods that use them. This workshop will present these two aspects and will show several paths to make sure that nobody is excluded when ICT is used in teaching.

 

Service Workshop – ICT Profile for Students : from its Promotion to its Implementation (French activity: Atelier d’entraide – Profil TIC des étudiants: de la promotion à la mise en œuvre)

 

Speaker: Huguette Dupont (Cégep de Granby)

Documentation: Planification et prise de notes (in French)

Room: 2206

 

View description

The integration of the ICT Profile for Students in programs of study is now part of the mandates or projects that many of us are considering. Whether you are a veteran when it comes to the ICT Profile, or a new recruit, you may have questions or concerns for which you need solutions? Challenges? Problems to solve? Unmet needs? Experiences or tools to share? If this is the case, this workshop is for you! The topics as well as the structure of the activity will reflect the expectations of participants who have specified beforehand their own needs and their contribution to the group. The topics that may be discussed are numerous: promotion of the ICT Profile in a student success context, planning its integration, work and resource tools, assessment of skills, roles and link between all participants in the college (teachers, pedagogical counsellors, librarians), educational aspects, support for students… the floor is yours!! Sharing best practices, questions-answers, networking, all formulas are permitted to help each other!

 

Steelcase

 

Speaker: Johnathan Mina
Jolyanne LeDuc and Julie Anne Roy (LaSalle College)

Documentation: Presentation

Room: 2204
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

During this presentation, we will introduce the many pedagogical tools that the Steelcase room offers teachers. Specifically, we will look at the following points:

  • Context (active learning community, contest, bursary, implementation, research project and training, etc.)
  • Particular advantages of the room and the different seating configurations that are possible
  • Pedagogical advantages of the room
  • Experiences and comments from a teacher who used the room
  • Presentation of the Eno board followed by a short activity
  • Question period
10:30 AM

Break

Room: 6607

11:00 AM

Elective activity

 

Learning Evaluation Practices that Integrate ICT and Web 2.0 at the College Level: What Are the Needs and Challenges! (French activity: Des pratiques d’évaluation des apprentissages qui intègrent l’utilisation des TIC et du Web 2.0 au collégial: quels besoins et quels défis!)

 

Speaker: Julie Lyne Leroux (Performa, Université de Sherbrooke)

Documentation: Presentation (in French)

Room: 2206

 

View description

The integration of ICT and Web 2.0 in colleges opens the way for the implementation of new teaching and evaluation practices at the college level. At the ground level, pedagogical counsellors support continuing education (cont. ed) and day-division teachers who are integrating ICT and Web 2.0 tools. In an effort to identify formative and summative/certificational evaluation practices that include ICT and Web 2.0 tools and to share the needs and challenges that the implementation of these practices bring, this presentation will showcase a financed research project (FRQSC, 2016-2017) undertaken at the college level and that aims to understand the evaluation practices of distance learning that have been implemented by teachers, in both day-division or cont. ed. First of all, the problems, the frame of reference and the methodology of the research will be presented. These elements presented will help pedagogical counsellors to identify some of the formative and summative/certificational evaluations which are taking place in their college as part of courses given on site, in blended or online modes. The evaluation practices shared with the group will help pedagogical counsellors to see, from the research point of view, where they are and will help them make a clear decision on whether to participate in a focus group in which they will act as key trainers.

 

Serious Games at the CCDMD (French activity: Les jeux sérieux au CCDMD)

 

Speaker: Cyr-Marc Debien and Denis Chabot (CCDMD)

Documentation: Presentation (in French)

Room: 6607
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

The CCDMD’s catalog features twenty or so digital resources classified under the “serious games” category. In most of these games, an inductive approach brings the learner to discover the underlying rules to resolving problems in the game. The learner sometimes has to apply these rules or transfer his/her learned experience in different situations. During this workshop, CCDMD will present a selection of serious games that were developed in the last few years and that are now incorporated in a variety of courses and programs at the College level. Games are grouped into four categories. The list includes:

  • Simulation games:
    • Campagne électorale II
    • Chasseurs-cueilleurs III
    • Simulation d’un exercice de communication en relation d’aide IV (SECRA)
    • Vendeur IV
  • «Pure» simulations:
    • Centre de renseignements en techniques policières (CRTP II)
    • Simulation en logistique du transport
    • Simulation en techniques de traitement d’analyses biomédicales (TRAB)
  • Case studies (APP):
    • La piqûre de l’injection
    • Spirex
  • Led (adventure) or interactive questionnaire: 
    • El Camino de Santiago
    • Sortir de l’impasse avec les participes passés
    • Le détecteur de fautes.
 

OneNote Platform for Independent Learning

 

Speaker: Manijeh Ali (John Abbott College)

Room: 2204
Also offered via Webcast – View the video clip

 

View description

Manijeh Ali shares her experience using the Microsoft 365 OneNote in a blended learning course at John Abbott College. The course, entitled Health and Nutrition in the Digital Age, invites students to assess their wellness strategies and embrace new ones through weekly challenges. Since the delivery of the course content is individualized, OneNote seems to be an appropriate platform for this type of course. OneNote is also used to compile content for the students’ electronic wellness portfolios.

12:00

Lunch

Room: Restaurant école le Fuchsia

1:15 PM

The REPTIC/ITREP Network: Report and Forecast (French activity: Le Réseau REPTIC: bilan 2016-2017 et prospectives)

 

Speaker: Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC)

Members of workteams

Documentation: IT REP Network – actions 2016-2017 and preparation of 2017-2018;; CyberSelf: Ideal Applicant’s Guide (in French)

Room: 6607

 

View description

This activity is not-to-be-missed and is highly appreciated: it is the occasion for all working teams and the network’s facilitator to make an assessment of the work and activities carried out in 2016-2017 and to introduce the follow-up actions to be taken. This activity is also a great opportunity to learn about significant accomplishments and to exchange ideas on their use. Finally, ITREPs are invited to express themselves on the current objectives and actions, and, if need be, propose new ones.

2:45 PM

Break

Room: 6607

3:15 PM

Elective activity

 

Presentation of the ECQ project, concerted-action: Creation of a FAD device in higher education, favouring perseverance and student success (French activity: Présentation du projet ECQ action-concertée: création d’un dispositif FAD en enseignement supérieur favorisant la persévérance et la réussite des étudiants)

 

Speaker: Sawsen Lakhal (Performa, Université de Sherbrooke)

Julie Lyne Leroux (Université de Sherbrooke) and Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC)

Room: 6607

 

View description

This project aims to create a distance-learning model, using blended learning, which favours perseverance and student success in higher education. To get there, the first step is to gather information on currently-used practices (teaching, learning and assessment strategies, as well as integrated ICT) in blended courses. This information will come partly from written documents (scientific literature and pedagogical documents) and partly collected from people that are involved in the use of this dual mode in courses offered at university to college teachers in English Performa programs, as well as courses offered in college, for the purpose of proposing a model adapted to both university and college courses. During this presentation, the involvement of the REPTIC/ITREP Network and the links to the priorities of this network will be explained.

 

Following-up on the Development of Skills in Moodle 3.x (French activity: Suivi du développement des compétences dans Moodle 3.x)

 

Speaker: André Laflamme (Université de Montréal)

Documentation: carte conceptuelle Gestion des compétences dans Moodle, réseau concpetuel U. Montréal (in French)

Room: 2204

 

View description

In Moodle 3.1, a new and significant function appeared: the ability to follow-up on the development of the skills of your students. The main objective of this communication is to present you with different workflows that allow you to manage a competency framework by programs, to manage study plan models, and to distribute these plans to cohort of students, as well as using scales and placing a skill’s level of competency inside courses. You will also be introduced to a summary report plug-in, developed by the Services de Soutien à l’Enseignement (SSE) de l’Université de Montréal, that allows you to monitor the progress of your students in their studies. Through concrete demonstrated examples, you will navigate in the interface through the views of the student, the teacher, the program manager and of the assessor (the person who certifies the achievement of a skill).

  Sharing the 2017 Stars on the Web (French activity: Partage des outils web vedettes de 2017)  
 

Speaker: Jean Desjardins (Collège Sainte-Anne) 

Documentation: Presentation

Room: 2206
Also offered via Webcast (Webinar)
 
 

View description

I will introduce you to the star ICT tools of 2017: Improved Realtimeboard and iDroo, Mozilla X-Ray Goggles to remix the web, improved Google websites and Quicktabs for us obsessives! Instead of using quantity such as the OutilsTICE blog, which hypnotizes the masses, you will add to your repertoire discoveries that are truly linked to the ICT Profile for Students.

 

3:45 PM

Elective activity

 

Managing the Classroom With ICT: a Non-Behavioral Approach (French activity: La gestion de classe avec les TIC: une approche non comportementaliste)

 

Speaker: Bruno Poellhuber (Université de Montréal)

Madona Moukhachen (Ahunstic) and Jean-Luc Trussart (Cégep régional de Lanaudière à L’Assomption)

Documentation: Presentation

Room: 6607

 

View description

With the emergence of digital tools in the classroom (laptops, smartphones, etc.), managing a classroom has become a concern that is increasingly important. Furthermore, even in contexts where ICT is used to support learning, (such as the CLAAC project), it has become necessary to adopt a rational and efficient approach to class management. This workshop will introduce the main concerns of teachers who have worked with the CLAAC project on class management. In a second phase, participants will work with an example of a class management problem case within a context of using ICT. Feedback on this situation will be provided using a non-behavioral theoretical approach in order to identify guidelines to be prioritized. Finally, an approach and resources for support will be presented and linked to them.

 

Creating Open Educational Resources with Open Source Software

 

Speaker: Ryan W. Moon (Profweb)

Rafael Scapin (Dawson)

Documentation: Presentation

Room: 2206

 

View description

This presentation will highlight some tried and true open source tools that you may know and some that you may not. These tools can be used to design and develop modules of learning which can be shared with the world as Open Educational Resources licenced under Creative Commons. A presentation with a quick demo followed by a discussion will allow us to exchange ideas and share best practices.

5:15 PM

Cocktail

Room: Bar école attenant au restaurant le Fuchsia

  Quiz, 25 Years of IT at the VTE (Vitrine technologie-éducation) (French activity: Jeu questionnaire, 25 ans de TI à la Vitrine technologie-éducation)
 

Speaker: Pierre-Julien Guay (Vitrine technologie-éducation)

Martin Pelletier (Cégep régional de Lanaudière à Terrebonne)

Documentation: Quiz (in French)

During the cocktail, we’ll also take the opportunity to mark the retirement of  three of our colleagues, who took an active part in the Network for many years: Presentation (in French)

A surprise tribute was paid to Nicole Perreault as part of her candidacy for the AQPC’s Gérald-Sigouin Award.

 

View description

Génial!-style quiz. (Génial! is a TV program that explains science to kids). Questions and facilitated by Martin Pelletier, answers and explanations by Pierre-Julien Guay.

Friday April 28

Time

Activity

8:30 AM

Welcome

Room: 6607

9:00 AM

Elective activity

 

Students’ digital skills: teamwork in a technological context (pedagogical and technological aspects) (French Activity: Compétences numériques des étudiants: travail d’équipe en contexte technologique (aspects pédagogiques et technos))

 

Speaker: Chantal Desrosiers (Cégep de Trois-Rivières)

Documentation: Moodle class (many resources) (in French) – User login and password were provided to ITREPs

Room: 2206

 

View description

This workshop aims to provide participants with a teamwork experience using techno-pedagogical tools (Moodle, Office 365 and others). Different pedagogical strategies are presented as active-learning experiences. Acting as students, participants live the “vibe” of this type of learning. Tools and templates will be provided for complementary references. The facilitator’s interventions will be to sensitize participants to the role of a teacher using this type of pedagogical strategy. They will participate in several activities and will share their impressions and what they will have learned. The content of this workshop focusses on the different roles of the team members, class management using technology, team sharing tools and follow-up by teachers.

Participants are invited to bring their laptop computer (two for each six-person team).

Link: http://cegeptr.moodle.decclic.qc.ca

 

Virtual reality: For What Pedagogical Uses? (French activity: Réalité virtuelle: quels usages pédagogiques?)

 

Speaker: Christophe Reverd (Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ))

Christophe Rousseau et Julie Rivard (Connexence) et Pascale Blanc (VTÉ)

Documentation: VTÉ Presentation – Connexence PresentationArticle

Room: 6607

 

View description

Now that we have led you into the universe of 3D immersive virtual environments at Polytechnique Montréal, then had you try cardboard glasses with Google Cardboard, VTÉ invites you to test virtual reality helmets. You can experience these helmets (Oculus Rift, HTC, etc.) at the Connexence kiosk before the discussion that will follow. We will then exchange on the pedagogical potential of virtual reality and on the first initiatives of the college network in this field, before sharing your perspectives and needs.

10:15 AM

Break

Room: 6607

10:30 AM

Elective activity

 

Dlibr – A Web Platform to Interprete, Discuss and Create Ideas (French activity: Dlibr – Une plateforme web pour interpréter, discuter et créer des idées)

 

Speaker: Christian Frenette (Cégep régional de Lanaudière à Terrebonne)

Olivier Roy (Cégep régional de Lanaudière à Terrebonne)

Documentation: Website

Room: 2204

 

View description

Dlibr is a new web platform dedicated to the interpretation, discussion and creation of ideas. You will find a valuable tool for organizing text interpretation exercises, discussions and research. You will be able to have live access to your students’ activity and offer them targeted feedback at the right moment. With its flexible, interactive and collaborative structure, Dlibr aims at creating a community of ideas in your classroom. During this presentation, facilitators will explain the theoretical background of the platform as well as some of its usage in Literature, Philosophy and other disciplines, and also let participants give Dlibr a try. Participants are invited to bring their cell phone, tablet or computer.

 

Evaluating Fieldwork in Dental Hygiene (French activity: Évaluation des stages en Hygiène dentaire)

 

Speaker: Jean-François Nadeau (Cégep de l’Outaouais)

Documentation: Website (in French)

Room: 2206
Also offered via Webcast (Webinar)

 

View description

This workshop will let you discover how the tools of Google Suite helped in the automatization of data gathering, sharing and use by students and teachers in the Dental Hygiene program. We will see how ICT can be used at each stage of the evaluation and student support. Also, we will highlight the means used to support teachers in their use of software.

  • Presentation of the evaluation and support strategy
  • Tools used in each stage of the strategy
  • Strategic support of an ICT counsellor for teachers
  • Other situations to re-use elements of this strategy
  • Question period and discussion.

At the end of this workshop, participants should conclude that the solution is obviously very simple!

 

Practices and Challenges of the Flipped Classroom in College and University (French activity: Pratiques et défis de la classe inversée au collégial et à l’université)

 

Speaker: Vincent Laberge (Université de Montréal)

Bruno Poellhuber (Université de Montréal)

Documentation: Presentation (in French)

Room: 6607

 

View description

This presentation will provide a portrait of the current practices and challenges of the flipped classroom, both in terms of design and use of videos and in terms of a plan of pedagogical practices used in class, from interviews done with about fifteen teachers during the winter of 2017. This presentation will highlight different “models” of flipped classrooms that correspond to different means of combining the use of videos with in-class active-teaching methods. The challenges that were brought up by the teachers who were interviewed as well as their advice to teachers who would like to adopt these practices will be widely discussed. An exchange period is planned at the end of the presentation which will give the audience a chance to talk about their own experiences in a flipped classroom, as well as the opportunity to identify strategies for implementing these pedagogical practices and exchange advice and ideas.

11:30 AM

Review of the meeting and we will see you next time !

 

Speaker: Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC)

Room: 6607

 

Activities Offered via Webcast, at a Glance

Day Time Activity Length (minutes)
Wednesday 3:15 PM Classe d’apprentissage actif: c’est en forgeant qu’on devient forgeron 75
Research Apprenticeship through Role-Play Scenarios: The Research Competition Website 75
4:30 PM Scribam – Un logiciel de détection de plagiat pour les réseaux de l’éducation québécois 30
Scaffolding Peer Review of Lab Reports using Peercetiv 30
Thursday 9:00 AM Pour un usage plus inclusif des TIC 90
Steelcase (activité en anglais) 90
11:00 AM Les jeux sérieux au CCDMD 60
OneNote Platform for Independent Learning 60
3:15 PM Partage des outils web vedettes de 2017 30
Friday 10:30 AM Évaluation des stages en Hygiène dentaire 60

 

Stands

Logo Profweb Caroline Villeneuve and Ryan W. Moon (Profweb)
Members from the Profweb team will be there to answer your questions, welcome your suggestions and receive your real life stories and article proposals. We will participate in activities during this great meeting.
Logo CCDMD

Véronica Gill and Cyr-Marc Debien (CCDMD)
Come discuss with us: new products, resources under development, call for projects and intercollegiate photo contest. Take advantage of this opportunity to pick up promotional material, to distribute in your college. We’ll be pleased to meet you!

Logo CDC

Isabelle Laplante and Andrée Dagenais (CDC)
Digital books on MOODLE? Articles that reflect on the integration of technology in teaching or learning? Theses and dissertations on ICT? Come and discover all of the resources made available to professionals, teachers and managers of all colleges in Québec, via the Centre de documentation collegial (CDC). Discover EDUQ.info, the open archive of the college network that gathers all of the documents from all colleges, even yours! EDUQ.info lists more than 35 000 documents: digital books, scientific articles and research reports in education, including all reports from PAREA, the Pédagogie collegial magazine, conference volumes for the AQPC, etc. If you haven’t already done so, get your free CDC access code and take advantage of the database full of scientific articles and digital books on education and techno-pedagogy! Come and see us at our kiosk or on cdc.qc.ca.

Logo DECclic

François Lizotte (DECclic)
Come and see Moodle’s latest innovations! In our usual subdued décor, we will warmly welcome and introduce you to the latest innovations from Moodle, and also look forward to talking about your numerous projects and needs.

Logo VTÉ

Christophe Reverd and Pascale Blanc (Vitrine technologie-éducation – VTÉ), with Christophe Rousseau and Julie Rivard (Connexence)
Now that we have led you into the universe of 3D immersive virtual environments at Polytechnique Montréal, then had you try cardboard glasses with Google Cardboard, VTÉ invites you to test virtual reality helmets. You can experience these helmets (Oculus Rift, HTC, etc.) at the Connexence kiosk before the discussion that will follow. 

 

LaSalle College Contact Information

LaSalle College is located at 2000, Ste.Catherine West in Montreal. 

Room 6607 (main room for the meeting)

  • From the main entrace: take the elevators located next to the security desk and go up to the 6th floor. Take the corridor on your left and go right at the first intersection. The room will be to your left. 
  • From the 2nd floor (workshop rooms): take the elevators located on the mezzanine, on the right of the cafeteria. 

Rooms 2204 and 2206 (workshop rooms)

Take the escalators (moving staircases) and go right. At the end of the corridor, make a right again. 

*The main floor elevators don’t stop on the 2nd floor. 

 

Directions

  • Public transit: The nearest metro stations are Guy-Concordia and Atwater (green line). The Georges-Vanier metro station (orange line) is also nearby, for those who don’t wish to switch lines.
  • By car: 2000, Ste.Catherine West in Montreal; also view the Parking section. 

Parking

An agreement for preferential parking rate at LaSalle College was not possible. The rate is $15,50. Here are a few suggestions:

  • In fact, the best option would be to take the metro to LaSalle College… Leave your car at your hotel or at a metro station near the College. Don’t forget, there is a cocktail on Thursday!
  • The LaSalle College parking is on Du Fort street (red X on the map below). From the parking, take the elevators to reach the ground floor. Read above instructions to reach each room. 

  • Place Alexis-Nihon ($17, 50) or the Montreal Forum ($14). If those are full, this map offers other options.
  • You can also try to find a parking spot on the streets surrounding LaSalle College. For streets with parking meters, you can use the P$ Mobile Service remote payment application (Android, Apple or BlackBerry).

Lodging

On the map below, you’ll see a few nearby hotel suggestions (red icons). Click here to “View larger map”  and view the results list. Since these suggestions are personalized by Google, we’d like to draw your attention to the following hotels, which seem reasonably-priced and are within one kilometer from LaSalle College. 

Château Versailles (600m)
1659, Sherbrooke W, Montreal H3H 1E3

Le nouvel hôtel & spa (600m)
1740, René-Lévesque W, Montreal H3H 1R3

Comfort Suites Downtown (900m)
1214, Crescent, Montreal H3G 2A9

Residence Inn Montreal Westmount (400m)
2170, Lincoln Ave., Montreal H3H 2N5

Château Saint-Marc (350m)
1191 Saint Marc, Montreal H3H 2E4

 

 

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