Culture informationnelle et didactique de l'information. Synthèse des travaux du GRCDI, 2007-2010

Abstract : GRCDI (Group of Researches in Culture and Didactic of Information) is a research group created in 2007 with the lead of the Urfist of Rennes. It has been institutionally attached to the ERTé «Culture informationnelle et curriculum documentaire » and is an extension proper to the western regions. This summary report was prepared in connection with the final report of the ERTé and is based on all publications of the group since 2007. His aim is to make an inventory of the group's conception of culture and information's didactics. It is structured around three main fields: the emergence, the approaches and the issues. The first part seeks to analyze and track the twin phenomena of emergence and development of culture of information and didactic of information. The second part attempts to account for the diversity and the multiplicity of approaches, concepts and aspects of the culture of information and information's didactics. At last, the third part deals with the issues under discussion, problems, obstacles and works in progress in both areas. A fourth field, focusing on the issue of Lis Curriculum, is examined through the recommendations of GRCDI. The aim is not here to provide a turnkey Lis curriculum but to prepare the ground for the development of a future curriculum with advices that illuminate the different aspects structuring the curriculum project.


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Alexandre Serres, Pascal Duplessis, Olivier Le Deuff, Ivana Ballarini-Santonocito, Jacques Kerneis, et al.. Culture informationnelle et didactique de l'information. Synthèse des travaux du GRCDI, 2007-2010. 2010, 121 p. <sic_00520098>

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