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CCERBAL research forum

Forum abstract | CBC/Radio Canada Mauril app: Bringing art and enjoyment to official language learning

Mauril is a free app for learning English or French through varied, interesting and fun CBC and Radio-Canada content. Available in mobile and web versions, this new app is part of a continual learning process encouraging both linguistic and cultural immersion through relevant, 100% Canadian content.

In discussion with Marie-Josée Hamel (Full Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, uOttawa Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute, and member of the Mauril advisory committee), Anne Hébert will explain how the app’s different components allow its use to evolve in changing teaching and cultural contexts.

Join us at this forum! 

Speaker: Anne Hébert, Mauril Project Head and Strategist

Anne Hébert has 20 years’ experience in television, including 17 at CBC/Radio-Canada. With a career in publicity, project management, distribution and digital markets, she has managed the strategy and development of the Mauril project since May 2019.

Location: This bimodal event will be held in person at the Julien Couture Resource Centre (JCRC) located on uOttawa’s campus in Hamelin Hall (room 02) at 70 Laurier Avenue East and online on Zoom.

To submit an accommodation request regarding this CCERBAL forum, please email us at [email protected]. We will provide the Zoom link by email upon registration confirmation.

Date and time

Thursday, December 8

02:00 p.m.


Julien Couture Resource Centre, Hamelin Hall (room 02) at 70 Laurier Avenue East and online on Zoom


English and French