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SCRIBJAB in the media

January 27, 2014
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SFU Faculty of Education professors Diane Dagenais and Kelleen Toohey are the creators of ScribJab, a combined website and iPad application for language learners that is helping kids publish online books in multiple languages.

Créé par Kelleen Toohey et Diane DagenaisScribJab est un site web et une application iPad destinés aux apprenants de langues qui sert à publier des livres numériques en plusieurs langues.

January 13, 2014, Simon Fraser University media release: New app helps kids tell multilingual stories

January 14, 2014 on Radio-Canada: Listen to Diane's interview with Radio Canada's Jacques Dufresne/Écoutez l'entrevue de Diane avec Jacques Dufresne de Radio-Canada: fast forward to mark ~17h 40.

January 24, 2014 in The Vancouver Courier: Scribjab app provides multilingual visual aids

January 27, 2014 in the Burnaby Now: SFU profs bridge generational communication with app

January 27, 2014 in The Peak: Student Newspaper: Storytelling app bridges language gap

May 26, 2014 on the Language Portal of Canada: Scribjab Telling Stories for Better Learning