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The worker of the future and the law
The worker of the future and Law A what does the worker of tomorrow look like in a world where information technology is increasingly prevalent? This question is considered from two angles. First of all, the digital economy has given rise to new forms of production and employment, such as the ‘platf...
Acquisition of knowledge from automatic text selections: attempt to operationalise the Conjoining Development Area
The paper documents can be ordered from http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc This article presents a digital school manual and its experimentation with graduate students and IUFM trainees. Rafales (Automatic Compendium promoting the acquisition of a foreign language of speciality)...
The use of a simulator in the training of company executives: interest in developing backsliding on professional practices
Documents on paper can be ordered at the following address: http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc as part of business training and advice, between 2000 and 2002 Cegos developed a team management simulator: Manager’s Studio ®. This tool has already been used in several inter-company...
QUERI: A collaborative and interactive question-response system
Paper documents can be ordered at http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc We present a new approach to question and answer systems in this article. Q & A systems have proven to be effective by adding additional information found on the web to that available in their databases. To...
Design of a synchronous remote teaching tool
The acts can be ordered at the following address: http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc ENIC Telecom Lille 1 is a school of ICT engineer. Since 1994, it has been offering a graduate training course for remote engineers. This training enables future engineers to train while remaining...
Deployment and change of the Teaching Innovation Cell (University of the Mediterranean) — 2002/2004
The paper documents can be ordered at http://www.utc.fr/tice2004/commande_actes_tice2004.doc This communication provides feedback on the deployment and change strategy carried out by the Pedagogic Innovation Cell (CIP) at the University of the Mediterranean (Aixmarseille II). On the one hand, the co...
TVI (Interactive Television): Distance learning of educators through interactive technologies, “A technology mix for pedagogical functions”.
the TVI project is an innovative and specific training scheme through: Its objectives: Develop the skills of the different frameworks of the 1st cycle of basic education (primary schools); promoting and motivating teachers working in rural areas; improving the quality of basic education; prioritise...
Anonymisation of reusable corpus anonymisation of reusable corpus: Masking identity without altering the analysis of interactions
Submitted to the EIAH’ 2007 conference: Computer environments for human learning, accepted in Poster. This version is the 12 page version submitted. The provision of tracks from online training is of interest to the scientific community in analysing the human interactions produced through the media....
Understanding technology acceptance by elderly: an analysis grounded on the participatory design of an interactive calendar
Technologies may support older adults in their aging process. However, to be useful, they have to be accepted. Existing technology acceptance models are not well adapted into the gerontological context. These models probably neglect aging-specific acceptance factors. The aim of this study is to unde...
Digital at primary school. Analysis of the joint effects on pupils and teachers
Digital technologies have been invested in France for several years by political authorities as an instrument to combat school failure. The assumption is sometimes made that information and communication technologies in education (CTBT) significantly improve the quality of education by changing and...
Droit, normes et libertés dans le cybermonde Droit, normes et libertés dans le cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet
the 4th cover reads: “Professor, Researcher, Centre Manager, Dean and Rector, Yves Poullet has illustrated himself in all stages and functions of a well fulfilled academic career, marking generations of students, researchers, colleagues and peers. As a prominent and indispensable specialist in inter...
Online information: a new paradigm for journalism?
summary of the workshop “Journalism and NTIC” of the CRIC Colloquium (November 2000, Montpellier) National audience
Online interaction to develop the reflex thinking of future teachers: reflective patterns and influence of the tool
The aim of this text is to examine how the reflex practice is built in the online interaction of trainee teachers and the influence of the tool (here, a mailing list) on their reflex practice. To this end, we start by presenting the conceptual framework of interactional reflexive practice, which aim...
Locality and compositionality in representation learning for complex visual tasks
The use of deep neural architectures coupled with specific innovations such as adversarial methods, pre-training on large datasets and mutual information estimation has in recent years allowed rapid progress in many complex vision tasks such as zero-shot learning, scene generation, or multi-modal cl...
Bulletin de l'EPI n° 52 de décembre 1988
<BR>Sommaire. Bulletin de l'EPI (Enseignement Public et Informatique), (52), décembre 1988. 1-2. <br />b52p001<BR><br />EPI, Ramis, R. (1988). Éditorial. Bulletin de l'EPI (Enseignement Public et Informatique), (52). 3. <br />b52p003<BR><br />EPI (1988). Lettre de l'EPI au Président de la République...
Extending validation of tools and analyses in CSCL situations: How to collaborate on interaction analysis?
The Mulce Project aims at developing a server that would allow researchers to share Learning and Teaching Corpora (Letec). Our main goals are: first, to facilitate the work of researchers in the CSCL field by reusing existing corpora instead of creating new experiments, collecting and organizing dat...
Technocivilisation — For a digital philosophy
at the moment of the information society, digital and ubiquitous Internet, we need a new look at the process of computerising our society in order to offer a vision of technology beyond technology. The bias in this book is to express questions about the techno-environment we are building and to wond...
The “Pyla 2001” experiment : Flying the new RAMSES P-band SAR facility
1996-2008 — ICT Learning at College: historical and current events.
as part of the national consultation launched by France on 23 January 2008 on: “... Information and communication technologies for education in education...” here is a personal contribution to the E-pipeline committee chaired by J. Mounet. Its purpose is to contribute to the reflection on two of the...
The economy of culture at an internet time: the second shock The economy of culture at an internet time: the second shock: Folder “Actors of new technologies and cultural content economics”
National Internet audience, MP3 players, TNT, home studios, digital cameras and cameras, smartphones, Ipad or Kindle, the cultural industries were simultaneously hit by several changes in their environment associated with the emergence of a new technological wave based on information and communicati...
A cortical calculation for the systems located
Since the 50s has emerged as a field of study, known as cognitive sciences, which have federated disciplines such as neurobiology, psychology, philosophy, linguists, etc. and of course computer technology. Without going back to the history of the constitution of cognitive sciences, we will note that...
Off-grid rural electrification planning in Sub-Saharan Africa using renewable energy systems: the case of photovoltaics in the Republic of Djibouti
Over the past 40 years, growth of renewable energies benefited of the new world energy frame, which resulted of the questioning about what development of human societies had to be. Furthermore, although human development comes with electricity, the rural condition of many populations of Sub-Saharan...
Coercion and crowds : global stream, order and dynamic of chaos
Through the analysis of artistic and media-generated imagery, this text seeks to shed light on the mechanisms of the society of the spectacle, altered by the revolutions of information and communication technology. In virtual spaces, mediatization has emerged as the main modality of every dematerial...
Educación por y para indígenas y afrocolombianos: las tecnologías de la etnoeducación (Education by and for indigenous and Afro-Colombians: ethno-education techniques) (Éducation par et pour indigènes et afro-colombiens: les technologies de l'ethnoéducation) (Educação por e para indígenas e afro-colombianos: as tecnologias da etno-educação)
ResumenEste artículo busca poner en cuestión las definicio- nes, desarrollos y alcances de la etnoeducación como educación por y para indígenas y afrocolombianos, mediante una mirada a las diferencias interétnicas en los planteamientos de la educación indígena andina y amazónica. Lo anterio...
Booksellers in 't Born with Information Superpowers: Driving the Playing Field for Incoming Library Science Graduate Students
Students enter the library science gradual programme with a wide range of information and technology skills. Today’s gradual races require students to be able to build web-based Pathfinders, use social media, and search dates. This article analyses the design and development of an introductory race...