Digital Integration Program CEGEP Edouard-Monpetit

This program allows students to create multimedia products such as websites, mobile apps, 2D / 3D games and interactive installations. To achieve this, they learn to analyze the needs and objectives of various multimedia projects and to plan all stages of realization. Students also have to design and process different media (text, images, sounds, videos, animations) and to create the design of graphic elements (logos, icons, interfaces). They are expected to use software and computer languages to make their achievements functional and to program their interactivity.

This program makes it possible to combine artistic talents with logical reasoning to develop as much as possible its skills in a field where creativity and innovation are in the spotlight!


Aquacité is a unique and immersive experience that immerses visitors in an extraordinary environment. They will have the chance to visit the depths
marines through projections of an aquatic environment.

We chose this theme because we wanted to make an immersive environment and the ocean is perfect for that. Also, we wanted to project on the ground and with the theme of water, we can project sand and fish. We want people to feel like they’re in the ocean with fish.

This project is carried out by:

Sandrine Beauchemin-Joyal, Pamela Coulombe, Philippe Grondin, Matthieu Lacourse and Jérémie Leclerc


Short film directed by Loïc Gamache, Lawrence-Alexandre Charland, Olivier Deshaies and Eloi Riel.

Playing in the woods on the edge of a farm, Toby, the puppy makes the discovery of a wounded wolf lying in the bottom of a wet, dark cave. Seeing the seriousness of the situation, Toby will try by all means to save the wolf.


This project is a representation of the evolution of the environment caused by human beings. This evolution will be separated into two cycles that will scroll one after the other.

This project is carried out by:

Joanie Bernier Rivard, Marilyn Fournier Desrochers, Samuel Levesque, Annabelle Rajotte, Jonathan Tetreault and Patrick Valiquette.