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  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;

    CLACSO´s presentation in Session: Diffusion des connaissances, anglicisation et libre accès : perspectives internationales. Colloque 3: Entre anglicisation de la recherche et libre accès : imaginer l’avenir des revues en sciences humaines et sociales Présidée par Vincent Larivière (Université de Montréal) - ACFAS, Canada – 89° Congres, 9-13 Mai 2022

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;
    Publisher: Unpublished

    Presentation invited at: Colloque International Science Ouverte au Sud-Enjeux et Perspectives pour une Nouvelle Dynamique Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal 23-25 October 2019. VIDEO https://youtu.be/cPWIwX5LtCU

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Birwe, Benoit; Puig-Calvó, Pedro;
    Publisher: Universidade Federal do Tocantins

    This article questions the sustainability of dual vocational training schemes that are Family Farm Schools (FFS) in Africa in general and, in a particular way in Cameroon, where they face real difficulties to ensure their empowerment. These Family Farm Schools, whose educational formula will be spread throughout the world like a swarm of bees thanks to the cooperation between France and partner countries, still struggle to take root sustainably. The analysis focuses more on financial sustainability, as the ability of Family Farm School's Promoter Organizations to ensure their operational autonomy by having the necessary resources to cover all expenses. The article aims to be both a historical research and analysis of the main difficulties anchoring the Family Farm Schools in the African context and challenges to a sustainable implementation of the Family Farm Schools in Cameroon.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2018
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin;

    This presentation deals with the reorganisation of the library at Montpellier SupAgro into a learning center.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin;

    This report focuses on the relevance of a documentary portal to promote documentary and educational resources as well as learning center innovating services. Through the present work, we assess different digital tools available on the market (OPACs, discovery tools, protocols for bibliographic metadata exchange, Content Managment Systems) and dealing with specialized information and with new dimensions exploited by augmented libraries. We also discuss about future challenges for specialists in information-documentation, supported by the migration of online catalogues into the cloud and general search engines.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin; Alzingre, Emmanuelle; Pierre, De Toledo;

    This tutored project was intended to conceive a classification model for the Center for Studies, Documentation and Research in the History of Education (Cedrhe).

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gruttemeier, Herbert;
    Publisher: Institut Supérieur de Documentation (ISD) - Université de la Manouba - Tunisie

    Several European countries, including France in 2016, have introduced a new right into their national laws which allows the author of a scientific article, under certain conditions, to make free use of his (her) paper after a given period of time following its initial publication in a scholarly journal. This so-called secondary publication right provides, in particular, a secure legal framework for green Open Access. Despite some remaining uncertainties about details of application rules and about its short-term impact, this legal right presents evidence of real progress, by strengthening the authors’ position in their relation with publishers and, more generally, by reflecting increased awareness and support of Open Access by policy makers.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    BEN HENDA, Mokhtar;

    Teaching computer encoding at school is setting the barrier high again for Digital Natives. The subject is brand new in France and Europe. It is placed in the heart of the debate about digital technology introduction in school curricula.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    AZEMARD, Ghislaine; BEN HENDA, Mokhtar; HUDRISIER, Henri; QUINIOU, Matthieu;
    Publisher: Editions de l'Immatériel

    In this paper, we aim to explore ways of transformations of the new techno-culture that will become essential to appropriate two emerging technologies closely related: Big-datas and Datas Analytics. We discuss as well the history of big-datas and statistical analysis but also their digital pre-warning. In terms of multivariate statistical analysis, we discuss the epistemological issues but also ethical Copernican reversal caused by this analysis (discussed Benzécri / Bourdieu). The questions to being techno-digital, closely related with human intelligence, it also upset by its implementation collaborative networks, are quickly raised (Heidegger, Simondon, Derrida and the current bibliography). We conclude by stating the close involvement of our ITEN-UNESCO Chair for ISO standardization of ICT and Learning Analytics standardization project that just opened. We also present our project Muren HD (digital humanities involving crowdsourcing synergy for education, research and heritage in a culturally Euro-Mediterranean context); a project that is part of education-research-project IDEFI Créatic.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gérard Régimbeau;
    Publisher: Editions Hermann
    Country: France

    International audience; La place de la documentation dans l’art contemporain n’a cessé de grandir au fur à mesure de l’enrichissement des collections mais aussi d’une conception des œuvres ouvrant la création la plus actuelle à des problématiques patrimoniales. La documentation a dû répondre aux critères muséographiques classiques en renseignant les œuvres par des informations sur les dates, les auteurs, les techniques, les courants, les techniques ou les genres mais a dû aussi s’adapter aux demandes relatives aux sujets, aux thèmes et aux significations. Ces derniers aspects connaissent des changements inhérents aux nouvelles conditions de l’information numérique et de la mise en ligne. Après avoir traité des enjeux communicationnels de l’indexation, présentés en 2013 dans la première édition du colloque des « Patrimoines du Maghreb à l‘ère numérique » nous envisageons dans ce deuxième volet quelle est la place, dans les sites et dans la mise en ligne, de l’indexation matière dans la documentation générale de l’art contemporain. Quel est maintenant le paysage documentaire constitué sur Internet destiné à cette part sémantique à la fois complexe et essentielle dans l’approche des œuvres, pour la recherche et la vulgarisation, et comment les sites et musées en ligne tentent-ils d’y répondre ? Cette contribution revient sur la question de l’indexation qui fait partie d’une problématique significative et révélatrice de l’apport de la documentation à la construction des connaissances : 1) en partant d’une mise au point sur les pôles qui ont forgé l’histoire de l’indexation thématique et 2) en observant les changements affectant les critères et l’environnement indexatoires d’Internet à travers la requête par sujet. Cette étude sur l’indexation de l’art contemporain souhaite poursuivre l’analyse des outils existants ou potentiellement opératoires pour la construction d’index en ligne.

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  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;

    CLACSO´s presentation in Session: Diffusion des connaissances, anglicisation et libre accès : perspectives internationales. Colloque 3: Entre anglicisation de la recherche et libre accès : imaginer l’avenir des revues en sciences humaines et sociales Présidée par Vincent Larivière (Université de Montréal) - ACFAS, Canada – 89° Congres, 9-13 Mai 2022

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Babini, Dominique;
    Publisher: Unpublished

    Presentation invited at: Colloque International Science Ouverte au Sud-Enjeux et Perspectives pour une Nouvelle Dynamique Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Dakar, Senegal 23-25 October 2019. VIDEO https://youtu.be/cPWIwX5LtCU

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Birwe, Benoit; Puig-Calvó, Pedro;
    Publisher: Universidade Federal do Tocantins

    This article questions the sustainability of dual vocational training schemes that are Family Farm Schools (FFS) in Africa in general and, in a particular way in Cameroon, where they face real difficulties to ensure their empowerment. These Family Farm Schools, whose educational formula will be spread throughout the world like a swarm of bees thanks to the cooperation between France and partner countries, still struggle to take root sustainably. The analysis focuses more on financial sustainability, as the ability of Family Farm School's Promoter Organizations to ensure their operational autonomy by having the necessary resources to cover all expenses. The article aims to be both a historical research and analysis of the main difficulties anchoring the Family Farm Schools in the African context and challenges to a sustainable implementation of the Family Farm Schools in Cameroon.

  • Publication . Conference object . 2018
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin;

    This presentation deals with the reorganisation of the library at Montpellier SupAgro into a learning center.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin;

    This report focuses on the relevance of a documentary portal to promote documentary and educational resources as well as learning center innovating services. Through the present work, we assess different digital tools available on the market (OPACs, discovery tools, protocols for bibliographic metadata exchange, Content Managment Systems) and dealing with specialized information and with new dimensions exploited by augmented libraries. We also discuss about future challenges for specialists in information-documentation, supported by the migration of online catalogues into the cloud and general search engines.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Trzmielewski, Marcin; Alzingre, Emmanuelle; Pierre, De Toledo;

    This tutored project was intended to conceive a classification model for the Center for Studies, Documentation and Research in the History of Education (Cedrhe).

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gruttemeier, Herbert;
    Publisher: Institut Supérieur de Documentation (ISD) - Université de la Manouba - Tunisie

    Several European countries, including France in 2016, have introduced a new right into their national laws which allows the author of a scientific article, under certain conditions, to make free use of his (her) paper after a given period of time following its initial publication in a scholarly journal. This so-called secondary publication right provides, in particular, a secure legal framework for green Open Access. Despite some remaining uncertainties about details of application rules and about its short-term impact, this legal right presents evidence of real progress, by strengthening the authors’ position in their relation with publishers and, more generally, by reflecting increased awareness and support of Open Access by policy makers.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    BEN HENDA, Mokhtar;

    Teaching computer encoding at school is setting the barrier high again for Digital Natives. The subject is brand new in France and Europe. It is placed in the heart of the debate about digital technology introduction in school curricula.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    AZEMARD, Ghislaine; BEN HENDA, Mokhtar; HUDRISIER, Henri; QUINIOU, Matthieu;
    Publisher: Editions de l'Immatériel

    In this paper, we aim to explore ways of transformations of the new techno-culture that will become essential to appropriate two emerging technologies closely related: Big-datas and Datas Analytics. We discuss as well the history of big-datas and statistical analysis but also their digital pre-warning. In terms of multivariate statistical analysis, we discuss the epistemological issues but also ethical Copernican reversal caused by this analysis (discussed Benzécri / Bourdieu). The questions to being techno-digital, closely related with human intelligence, it also upset by its implementation collaborative networks, are quickly raised (Heidegger, Simondon, Derrida and the current bibliography). We conclude by stating the close involvement of our ITEN-UNESCO Chair for ISO standardization of ICT and Learning Analytics standardization project that just opened. We also present our project Muren HD (digital humanities involving crowdsourcing synergy for education, research and heritage in a culturally Euro-Mediterranean context); a project that is part of education-research-project IDEFI Créatic.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gérard Régimbeau;
    Publisher: Editions Hermann
    Country: France

    International audience; La place de la documentation dans l’art contemporain n’a cessé de grandir au fur à mesure de l’enrichissement des collections mais aussi d’une conception des œuvres ouvrant la création la plus actuelle à des problématiques patrimoniales. La documentation a dû répondre aux critères muséographiques classiques en renseignant les œuvres par des informations sur les dates, les auteurs, les techniques, les courants, les techniques ou les genres mais a dû aussi s’adapter aux demandes relatives aux sujets, aux thèmes et aux significations. Ces derniers aspects connaissent des changements inhérents aux nouvelles conditions de l’information numérique et de la mise en ligne. Après avoir traité des enjeux communicationnels de l’indexation, présentés en 2013 dans la première édition du colloque des « Patrimoines du Maghreb à l‘ère numérique » nous envisageons dans ce deuxième volet quelle est la place, dans les sites et dans la mise en ligne, de l’indexation matière dans la documentation générale de l’art contemporain. Quel est maintenant le paysage documentaire constitué sur Internet destiné à cette part sémantique à la fois complexe et essentielle dans l’approche des œuvres, pour la recherche et la vulgarisation, et comment les sites et musées en ligne tentent-ils d’y répondre ? Cette contribution revient sur la question de l’indexation qui fait partie d’une problématique significative et révélatrice de l’apport de la documentation à la construction des connaissances : 1) en partant d’une mise au point sur les pôles qui ont forgé l’histoire de l’indexation thématique et 2) en observant les changements affectant les critères et l’environnement indexatoires d’Internet à travers la requête par sujet. Cette étude sur l’indexation de l’art contemporain souhaite poursuivre l’analyse des outils existants ou potentiellement opératoires pour la construction d’index en ligne.

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