The Ontario Software Acquisition Program Advisory Committee seeks input and provides feedback to educators in collaboration with the Ministry of Education on the digital tools and technologies for classroom use. This organization provides and manages provincially funded software for all ministry funded schools in Ontario. The list of all available software is found on their website. Next Page Here are some of the software programs available to Ontario educators, students and parents. Begin with the information found on the OSAPAC software list page (linked from the images below). Search the creator's web site for additional information. Search for information in periodicals, reference material, and information available on the internet. Be sure to check your sources for reliability, accuracy and validity. The Education Library at Lakehead also maintains a list of OSAPAC licensed titles that you have access to through your D2L/MyCourseLink site.
While completing any inquiry into software applications, remember to make connections to the curriculum requirements. Here are a few sample inquiries done by students in previous 3239 course/classes. These may help provide essential information.