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Year: 1996 – Province: Ontario
Tom D'Amico of Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School in Gloucester, Ontario, believes students should have the opportunity to use recent technology in real-life applications. To make this possible, he created a course where students run an imaginary company called Multimedia Manor. The students fulfill company "contracts" to do projects in animation, desktop publishing, sound recording, graphics creation and video. His students also successfully completed a project to make historical documents about World War II available over the Internet.