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Digital services for education

Designed in consultation with teachers, enhanced and updated regularly, the Classo platform brings together educational resources and selected digital tools and allows you to:

    • Easily find selected digital resources that meet your needs and those of your students.

    • Consult detailed fact sheets for each resource, including images and direct access to tutorials, instructional guides and evidence (where available).

    • Organize your favorite resources by creating custom lists.

    • Compare resources to select the most appropriate for you.

    • Read and publish suggestions for educational uses.

In short, Classo allows you to make judicious use of digital resources.

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Tested by teachers

Between January and April 2019, Classo piloted the beta version of its platform in collaboration with the Faculty of Education at UQAM. In total, 235 people from seven school backgrounds with varied socio-demographic backgrounds took part.

To make informed choices

The Classo platform offers resources and digital tools chosen for their relevance and quality. The information is clearly presented on easy-to-read sheets.

89% of participants pilot projects find that Classo's resources and tools are of high quality.

Save Time

Our search tool allows you to find resources that meet your needs and those of your students, taking into account your overall teaching context. In addition, you will have direct access to instructional guides, tutorials, as well as peer-published suggestions for uses.

2 / 3 of participants our pilots claimed to have saved at least some time by searching for resources using the Classo platform.

Simplified management of digital resources

NOVELTY! The Classo platform now offers complementary tools for ICT respondents, principals and school administrators to simplify the management of digital resources and promote their use in their communities, including, among other things, the simplified management of license applications. in the case of paid resources.

More than half participants to our pilots have indicated that they would like to have the opportunity to send an acquisition request for a resource directly to their management or technology officer.