To be launched on the 400th Birthday anniversary of Paul de Chomedey,
sieur de Maisonneuve.
MONTREAL, Feb. 13, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - The Regroupement des musées d'histoire de Montréal is proud to present the publication of its brand new Web site, musees-histoire-montreal.ca, on February 15, 2012. The Web site will be launched exactly 400 years
after the birth of Paul de Chomedey, sieur de Maisonneuve, one of the
key founders of Montreal.
All of Montreal's history - available at the click of a mouse!
This new Web site will not only be of great interest to professionals
working in education but it will also serve the interest of the general
public. Its simple interface facilitates navigation and allows the
users to easily browse through the pages presenting Montreal's many
history museums. Each page will include a hyperlink connecting the page
to the respective museum's Web site. In addition to a historical
timeline, the Web site will include a section devoted to the promotion
of each museum's educational services, arranged according to grade
levels. All this information will be centralized in one concise, easy
to use tool - what could be more practical for teachers?
Montreal's history museums currently offer a full range of visits that
cater to the Quebec education curriculum of all grade levels:
elementary school, high school, college, and university. Museum visits
help support teachers in their work by allowing students to live a
memorable educational experience!
Montreal's history is rich and fascinating!
Immerse yourself in Montreal's rich history by visiting the city's
fourteen historical venues. A plethora of exciting and innovative
exhibitions addressing diverse themes, programs and activities are
waiting for you. Choose your exhibition… and let yourself be
About the Regroupement des musées d'histoire de Montréal
The Regroupement des musées d'histoire de Montréal was created in 1995 to facilitate collaboration and exchange of
information between the different institutions devoted to the diffusion
of Montreal's historical and cultural heritage.
SOURCE Musée Marguerite-Bourgeoys
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