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Nouveaux dispositifs médiatiques : comportements et usages émergents. Le cas d’étudiants toulonnais en formation à l’UFR Ingémédia

Abstract : Technology-mediated learning environments (such as LMS, virtual learning environments, etc.) have been implemented during the past decade by universities in order to support face-to-face or distance learning programs. These environments are now supplanted by the use of social network interfaces (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) or open collaborative environments, such as Google Docs, for academic purposes. The longitudinal study, based on interviews with focus groups of French students (“UFR Ingémédia”, Toulon, France) is about the abandonment of institutional environments and the adoption of Web 2.0 environments. This article discusses the rules that govern the adoption, coexistence and regulation between uses of various technology-mediated learning environments in private and academic spheres.
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Daniel Peraya, Philippe Bonfils. Nouveaux dispositifs médiatiques : comportements et usages émergents. Le cas d’étudiants toulonnais en formation à l’UFR Ingémédia. Distances et Médiations des Savoirs, CNED-Centre national d'enseignement à distance, 2012, ⟨10.4000/dms.126⟩. ⟨sic_01801076⟩

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