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What is the equivalent of "hands-on tutorial"? Can one use tutoriel pratique or formation pratique for instance?

  • I expect it will depend the format (paper, digital, ...) – Laure Oct 9 at 12:25
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For tutorial, you have two main possibilities : tutoriel or didacticiel

  • Didacticiel emphasizes on practicing but is not very common nowadays.
  • Formation is generally used when it's a training with a wide scope, usually lasting longer and costing more than a tutorial.
  • You can use the abbrieviated term tuto as well, if you are in a more familiar context.
  • Guide pratique is also a possibility, which corresponds to "practical guide", that may suit you

Tutoriel pratique is a good fit overall, you can never be wrong with this :)

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