Software Tools to Improve Note-Taking in the Classroom
Daniel PILON, Jacques RAYMOND, and Patricia RAYMOND

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Contact Information

Daniel Pilon

Vice Chief of the Defence Staff Group, MICA Office, National Defence Headquarters,
101 Colonel By, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0K2
Phone: (613) 995-0757
Fax: (613) 995-5021

Daniel Pilon, holds a Master in Computer Science from the University of Ottawa. He is a superior officer of the Canadian Armed Forces. Throughout his career, Major Pilon has worked in every aspect of the automatic data processing field. Since his work in a computer-assisted learning project in 1983, he has been involved in enhancing, integrating, and using new technologies in education. He was the last Director of Computing Services at Collège militaire royal de St-Jean. After the College's closure in August 1995, Major Pilon was assigned as the Assistant Manager of the Information Control Agency for the Canadian Forces Vice Chief of the Defence Staff.

Jacques Raymond

Computer Science Department , University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (613) 562-5800-6712
Fax: (613) 562-5187

Jacques Raymond, is a telecommunications engineer (ENST 67) and holds a PhD in Computer Science (Paris 70). He is a professor at the University of Ottawa in the Computer Science Department. His research interests include Computer Aided Lecturing, Software Quality. He is a also a member of the Telecommunication Software Engineering Research Group at Ottawa U. He is the author of LæProf (a courseware creation system), and moniCA (an OO lecturing system).

Patricia Raymond

Second Language Institute, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (613) 562-5800-3406
Fax: (613) 562-5796

Patricia Raymond, is an associate professor at the Second Language Institute at the University of Ottawa. Her research interests include mental models, theories of reading and writing L1/L2 Testing in reading, strategic competence, strategic instruction and Computer Assisted Lecturing. Her most recent work is a reader for ESL students. It incorporates reader response theory into reading instruction. She holds a PhD from the université de Montréal.

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