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  • Publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . Master thesis . Thesis . 2008
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Page , André ,;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Ce travail analyse l'origine des notions d'éthique de conservation parmi les employé(e)s de trois bibliothèques nationales (Nouvelle-Zélande, Wellington ; France, Strasbourg ; Suisse, Berne). Dans chacun de ces pays on dénote que, dans ce domaine, les notions d'éthique de conservation les plus vivantes sont liées à des contextes spécifiques à chaque pays. Partant du principe que les connaissances basées sur une expérience empirique ou collective sont fortement ancrées dans chaque individu, on peut en déduire qu'un apprentissage de l'éthique de conservation utilisant ce type d'expérience a plus de chance de porter ses fruits. Dans le cas présent cela conduirait à améliorer la réponse des bibliothèques nationales aux engagements légaux auxquels elles sont liées. Ces mandats leur demandent de conserver leurs collections pour la postérité. Un questionnaire en ligne a permis de récolter des informations auprès des employé(e)s de ces trois institutions. Les contextes spécifiques de chaque pays ont ainsi pu être localisés. En utilisant ces spécificités, il est proposé d'adapter l'enseignement de l'éthique de conservation au niveau de la formation professionnelle, de responsabiliser les employé(e)s aux problèmes de conservation dès leur entrée en fonction et d'assurer le maintien à jour des connaissances dans les institutions. This work analyses the origin of conservation ethics' knowledge among the employees of three national libraries (New Zealand, Wellington; France, Strasbourg; Switzerland, Berne). For each of these countries, one notices that the liveliest conservation ethics' notions are related to contexts specific to each country. Assuming that knowledge based on an empirical or collective experience is firmly anchored in each individual, one can deduct that a conservation ethics' education using this type of experience has more chances to come to fruition. In this present case, this would enable the libraries to better respond to the legal engagements they are tied to. These legal mandates ask them to preserve and conserve their collections for the posterity. An online survey allowed collecting information by the employees of those three institutions. Specific context could be localised for those countries. Using those specificities, it is suggested to adapt the conservation ethics' education at professional level, to lead staff to take responsibility towards conservation issues as soon as they start to work for the institution and to maintain this knowledge up to date.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gérard Régimbeau;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; This contribution approaches the question of the indexation of contemporary art in the era of the Web 2.0. It approaches in first part the theory and the frame of indexation studies and its implications in the field of the trasmission of knowledge. This technique of Information documentary processing is defined as a speech. In a second part, the application and the objectives of the indexation on some important Web sites are approached. These examples of Web sites allow to understand the possibilities of valuation of works of art thanks to the traditional indexation and through the principles of collaboration allowed by Web 2.0. The third part brings examples and complementary reflexions to understand the rules of the indexation in the global communication projects and the museum and patrimonial mediations.; Cette contribution pose la question de l’indexation de l’art contemporain à l’ère du Web 2.0. Elle aborde en première partie la théorie et le cadre d’étude de l’indexation et ses implications dans le champ de la trasmission des savoirs. Cette technique de traitement de l’information est définie comme un discours. Dans une deuxième partie, sont abordées l’application et les objectifs de l’indexation dans quelques sites Web importants. Ces exemples de sites permettent de comprendre les possibilités de valorisation des oeuvres grâce à l’indexation traditionnelle et grace à des principes collaboratifs permis par le Web 2.0. Une troisième partie apporte des exemples et des réflexions complémentaires pour situer la place de l’indexation dans les politiques de communication globales et les médiations muséales et patrimoniales

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Guédon, Jean-Claude;
    Publisher: Éditions de l'Institut Supérieur de Documentation

    Open Access and scientific « territories » : globalized vs. Internationalized Science

  • 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: 
    Paradis, Daniel; Hafner, Joseph;
    Publisher: Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres

    The April 2015 release of the RDA Toolkit includes major content updates to "RDA: Resource Description and Access." Several of the revisions included in the release modify instructions that are used by music cataloguers on a regular basis. This article reviews the most important of these changes with the purpose of making it easier for music cataloguers to navigate the various changes that have taken place in relation to music cataloguing. It examines specifically the impact of the revisions regarding the statement of responsibility, the extent of notated music, the duration, preferred titles of musical works, abbreviations in titles for parts of musical works, and access points representing musical expressions. The article illustrates some of the changes by including examples that were revised or added. It also includes a table which is a comparison of the structure of 6.14.2 instructions before and after the April 2015 update, because of the numerous changes in this area. While this article is aimed primarily at music cataloguers, it could also be of interest to music librarians concerned with cataloguing issues.

  • 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: 
    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: 
    GAILLARD, Rémi;

    Open access movement is increasingly expanding from scientific publications to research data. Initiatives to make research data broadly accessible and fully available for reuse are emerging from a variety of stakeholders at international and European scale – states, funding agencies, publishers and scientific communities themselves. Research data openness is achieved through different policies, technical and legal mecanisms, but also lie on good data management practices. While France is beginning to get into the Open research data movement, it is important to consider that data policies are also needed at university level. Librarians have a serious part to play in leading on institutional data policy, understanding researchers needs and helping in metadata creation. Open access to research data is thus a unique opportunity for librarians to redesign their connection with scientific communities inside research institutions.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Paradis, Daniel;
    Publisher: Association pour l’avancement des sciences et des techniques de documentation

    This article compares the cataloging code RDA: Resource Description and Access to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, the code that preceded RDA. It describes the main differences between both codes as well as the reasons that led to the changes.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Vézina, Kumiko;

    handle: 1866/29

    Country: Canada

    Cette présentation a pour but de démystifier la notion de OpenURL, un terme de plus en plus présent dans le domaine de l'information, à l'aide de concepts théoriques mais surtout grâce à une description pratique de sa mise en place et de sa capacité d'action. Une courte introduction sur le concept d'arrimage dans les ressources documentaires donnera le ton pour un bref survol de la naissance du concept OpenURL suivi d'une démonstration concrète de son fonctionnement. Pour les usagers, la force de cette technologie réside dans le fait qu'elle permet, lorsque possible, un accès direct et transparent aux ressources électroniques tout en offrant des options supplémentaires des plus pertinentes. De façon pragmatique, l'usager pourra dorénavant chercher une référence bibliographique dans une base de données et accéder directement au plein texte de l'article repéré si son institution y est abonné ou sinon, être redirigé ailleurs, vers le formulaire institutionnel de prêt en bibliothèques entre autres. On constatera que cette toute nouvelle norme, qui n'en est qu'à ses débuts, offre des avantages certains dans le milieu des bibliothèques de recherche. Conférence-midi prononcée à la Direction des bibliothèques le 13 février 2003.

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  • Publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . Master thesis . Thesis . 2008
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Page , André ,;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Ce travail analyse l'origine des notions d'éthique de conservation parmi les employé(e)s de trois bibliothèques nationales (Nouvelle-Zélande, Wellington ; France, Strasbourg ; Suisse, Berne). Dans chacun de ces pays on dénote que, dans ce domaine, les notions d'éthique de conservation les plus vivantes sont liées à des contextes spécifiques à chaque pays. Partant du principe que les connaissances basées sur une expérience empirique ou collective sont fortement ancrées dans chaque individu, on peut en déduire qu'un apprentissage de l'éthique de conservation utilisant ce type d'expérience a plus de chance de porter ses fruits. Dans le cas présent cela conduirait à améliorer la réponse des bibliothèques nationales aux engagements légaux auxquels elles sont liées. Ces mandats leur demandent de conserver leurs collections pour la postérité. Un questionnaire en ligne a permis de récolter des informations auprès des employé(e)s de ces trois institutions. Les contextes spécifiques de chaque pays ont ainsi pu être localisés. En utilisant ces spécificités, il est proposé d'adapter l'enseignement de l'éthique de conservation au niveau de la formation professionnelle, de responsabiliser les employé(e)s aux problèmes de conservation dès leur entrée en fonction et d'assurer le maintien à jour des connaissances dans les institutions. This work analyses the origin of conservation ethics' knowledge among the employees of three national libraries (New Zealand, Wellington; France, Strasbourg; Switzerland, Berne). For each of these countries, one notices that the liveliest conservation ethics' notions are related to contexts specific to each country. Assuming that knowledge based on an empirical or collective experience is firmly anchored in each individual, one can deduct that a conservation ethics' education using this type of experience has more chances to come to fruition. In this present case, this would enable the libraries to better respond to the legal engagements they are tied to. These legal mandates ask them to preserve and conserve their collections for the posterity. An online survey allowed collecting information by the employees of those three institutions. Specific context could be localised for those countries. Using those specificities, it is suggested to adapt the conservation ethics' education at professional level, to lead staff to take responsibility towards conservation issues as soon as they start to work for the institution and to maintain this knowledge up to date.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Gérard Régimbeau;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    International audience; This contribution approaches the question of the indexation of contemporary art in the era of the Web 2.0. It approaches in first part the theory and the frame of indexation studies and its implications in the field of the trasmission of knowledge. This technique of Information documentary processing is defined as a speech. In a second part, the application and the objectives of the indexation on some important Web sites are approached. These examples of Web sites allow to understand the possibilities of valuation of works of art thanks to the traditional indexation and through the principles of collaboration allowed by Web 2.0. The third part brings examples and complementary reflexions to understand the rules of the indexation in the global communication projects and the museum and patrimonial mediations.; Cette contribution pose la question de l’indexation de l’art contemporain à l’ère du Web 2.0. Elle aborde en première partie la théorie et le cadre d’étude de l’indexation et ses implications dans le champ de la trasmission des savoirs. Cette technique de traitement de l’information est définie comme un discours. Dans une deuxième partie, sont abordées l’application et les objectifs de l’indexation dans quelques sites Web importants. Ces exemples de sites permettent de comprendre les possibilités de valorisation des oeuvres grâce à l’indexation traditionnelle et grace à des principes collaboratifs permis par le Web 2.0. Une troisième partie apporte des exemples et des réflexions complémentaires pour situer la place de l’indexation dans les politiques de communication globales et les médiations muséales et patrimoniales

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Guédon, Jean-Claude;
    Publisher: Éditions de l'Institut Supérieur de Documentation

    Open Access and scientific « territories » : globalized vs. Internationalized Science

  • 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: 
    Paradis, Daniel; Hafner, Joseph;
    Publisher: Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres

    The April 2015 release of the RDA Toolkit includes major content updates to "RDA: Resource Description and Access." Several of the revisions included in the release modify instructions that are used by music cataloguers on a regular basis. This article reviews the most important of these changes with the purpose of making it easier for music cataloguers to navigate the various changes that have taken place in relation to music cataloguing. It examines specifically the impact of the revisions regarding the statement of responsibility, the extent of notated music, the duration, preferred titles of musical works, abbreviations in titles for parts of musical works, and access points representing musical expressions. The article illustrates some of the changes by including examples that were revised or added. It also includes a table which is a comparison of the structure of 6.14.2 instructions before and after the April 2015 update, because of the numerous changes in this area. While this article is aimed primarily at music cataloguers, it could also be of interest to music librarians concerned with cataloguing issues.

  • 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: 
    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: 
    GAILLARD, Rémi;

    Open access movement is increasingly expanding from scientific publications to research data. Initiatives to make research data broadly accessible and fully available for reuse are emerging from a variety of stakeholders at international and European scale – states, funding agencies, publishers and scientific communities themselves. Research data openness is achieved through different policies, technical and legal mecanisms, but also lie on good data management practices. While France is beginning to get into the Open research data movement, it is important to consider that data policies are also needed at university level. Librarians have a serious part to play in leading on institutional data policy, understanding researchers needs and helping in metadata creation. Open access to research data is thus a unique opportunity for librarians to redesign their connection with scientific communities inside research institutions.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Paradis, Daniel;
    Publisher: Association pour l’avancement des sciences et des techniques de documentation

    This article compares the cataloging code RDA: Resource Description and Access to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, the code that preceded RDA. It describes the main differences between both codes as well as the reasons that led to the changes.

  • Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Vézina, Kumiko;

    handle: 1866/29

    Country: Canada

    Cette présentation a pour but de démystifier la notion de OpenURL, un terme de plus en plus présent dans le domaine de l'information, à l'aide de concepts théoriques mais surtout grâce à une description pratique de sa mise en place et de sa capacité d'action. Une courte introduction sur le concept d'arrimage dans les ressources documentaires donnera le ton pour un bref survol de la naissance du concept OpenURL suivi d'une démonstration concrète de son fonctionnement. Pour les usagers, la force de cette technologie réside dans le fait qu'elle permet, lorsque possible, un accès direct et transparent aux ressources électroniques tout en offrant des options supplémentaires des plus pertinentes. De façon pragmatique, l'usager pourra dorénavant chercher une référence bibliographique dans une base de données et accéder directement au plein texte de l'article repéré si son institution y est abonné ou sinon, être redirigé ailleurs, vers le formulaire institutionnel de prêt en bibliothèques entre autres. On constatera que cette toute nouvelle norme, qui n'en est qu'à ses débuts, offre des avantages certains dans le milieu des bibliothèques de recherche. Conférence-midi prononcée à la Direction des bibliothèques le 13 février 2003.

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