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Publié le mercredi 19 avril 2017

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Revue d’analyse des conséquences des TIC au sein de l’espace géographique // Journal about impact analysis of the ICT within geographical space

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Les usages des cartes dans le tournant papier / écran : analyse des préférences informationnelles et typologie d’utilisateurs
7 octobre, par Quentin Morcrette
Les technologies de l’information et de la communication transforment en profondeur la nature des cartes. La consultation de celles-ci sur écrans ne modifie pas seulement leur contenu, mais aussi la façon dont les individus les perçoivent et les utilisent. Cependant, les cartes papier n’ont pas (...)
The responsibility of news organizations in the use of algorithms
18 septembre, par David Parra, Concha Edo, Almudena Rodríguez
The information industry began to use algorithms in its production processes as a result of the generalization of this kind of tools in the large corporations dominating the current digital economy ; and in the areas of content search, social networks or electronic commerce. This research (...)
Measuring the efficiency of presentation skills in business and educational contexts in Hungary
18 septembre, par Zita Komár, Veronika Pelle
The study reports on a research that aims to conceptualise the notion of successful and efficient communicator and presentation in business contexts. Following a literature review on empirical studies and research conducted in business settings, the paper introduces the design of the complex (...)
A Non-Anthropocentric Approach to The Digital Writing : Some Remarks on The Agency of Digital Writing
18 septembre, par Sung do Kim
This article has attempted to discuss the non-anthropocentric semiotics of writing ageny. I have argued, following some key notions of cybersemiosis, intermediation, architext, ANT that conceptions of material agency find in computational writing machines, a more productive explanative model. (...)
Foreword
18 septembre, par Sami Zlitni, Laura Goudet, Fabien Liénard
Issues linked to traces and e-communication are central for researchers in the department of Information Sciences of the University of Le Havre-Normandie, France. These discussions have nurtured, along with published works on this theme for more than ten years and major scientific events (...)
“She liked the picture so i think she liked it”. Unpacking the social practice of liking
18 septembre, par Beata Jungselius
In this paper, the social practice of liking on Instagram is unpacked. Based on in-depth interviews with 16 Instagram users, the findings suggest that the meaning making process of interpreting Likes is complex. The findings show that in order to understand Likes, users create social reference (...)
The use of collaborative open-access publishing via Wikipedia in university education to embed digital citizenship skills
18 septembre, par Crystal Fulton
Student development of digital literacies is a key component of university education, intended to lead to digital citizenship. This paper considers student participation in collaborative authoring in Wikipedia as a means for facilitating student acquisition of core digital research competencies (...)
A platform approach to experiential learning
18 septembre, par Sandra Robinson
This paper reports on the curriculum design and delivery of a practice-based, experiential learning course, which introduces students in an undergraduate communication and media studies program at a Canadian university to the challenges of working with social data using an analytics platform. (...)
Bildung through social media
18 septembre, par Michael Paulsen, Jesper Tække
In this article we argue that ‘the media situation’ of the digital age brings new possibilities of Bildung (i.e. emancipation and edification). Through comparing the situation ‘before’ and ‘after’ the internet, we detect a change in the communicative infrastructure of teaching. Before the internet we (...)
La course au cyber armement
7 juin, par Edward M. Roche
Les armes cybernétiques sont à présent une extension du pouvoir de l’État. Dans l’espoir de gagner un avantage stratégique, de nombreux pays et mouvements terroristes développent des cyber capacités défensives et offensives. La course au cyber armement semble aujourd’hui hors de (...)

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