Médiation et diffusion des savoirs dans le champ des sciences humaines et sociales : enjeux, réalisation, perspectives en France et à l'international

 

Responsables :

Widad Mustafa El Hadi, GÉRiiCO

(Groupe d'Etudes et de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Information Communication) - EA 4073

Sylvie Condette, CIREL-Profeor,

(Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche en Education de Lille) - EA 4354

 

 

 

Session du 3 mars 2016

10h00 - 16h00,  maison de la recherche (salle F0.13)


LES INFRASTRUCTURES DE LA RECHERCHE,

QUELS ENJEUX POUR LES HUMANITÉS NUMÉRIQUES ?

 

Programme :

 

10h00

Widad MUSTAFA EL HADI, GERiiCO, Lille 3

Research Infrastructures, a Historical Note 


10h30

Laurence FAVIER, GERiiCO, Lille 3

Humanities Crowdsourcing as a Component of Research Infrastructures


11h30

Marcin ROSZKOWSKI*, Université de Varsovie

Semantic Annotation in Research Infrastructures, the case of DBpedia, Representing the Knowledge Base of Wikipedia Using Semantic Web Technologies

 
 

12h30 Pause déjeuner

 
 

14h00 

Sally CHAMBERS**, Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities

'Facilitating digital research in the humanities: from local services to European infrastructures’ 


15h00

Cédric BOUDJÉMA, Doctorant Geriico, Lille 3 

La fonction éducative du musée dans la société numérique : l’analyse comparative de l’offre pédagogique en ligne.

 


Short Bios


* Marcin Roszkowski is assistant professor at the Institute of Information Science and Book Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland, a major academic centre for library studies in Poland. He holds a Master degree in Library & Information Science from the Jagiellonian University (Poland). His thesis topic was about the concept of relevance in information retrieval. He holds a Ph.D. from the Silesia University (Poland) on using indexing language as a tool for information access and organization in networked environment. He is currently focusing his research and teaching on formal models of bibliographic universe under the perspective of the Semantic Web technologies. This includes bibliographic ontologies, metadata standards, controlled vocabularies and Library Linked Data.  He is currently conducting his research on knowledge organization systems (KOSs), especially taxonomies, folksonomies with a special focus on Wikipedia content. 


** Sally Chambers is Digital Humanities Research Coordinator at Ghent University, where she coordinates the day-to-day activities of the Ghent
Centre for Digital Humanities and Belgian participation in DARIAH, the
Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities. Sally is Programme Committee Chair for the DH Benelux 2016 conference, which will take place on 9 - 10 June 2016 in the City-of-Science-Belval, Luxembourg.  From 2011-2015, Sally was Secretary-General for DARIAHEU, based in the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities, Germany. Before joining DARIAH-EU, Sally worked for The European Library, focusing on interoperability, metadata and technical project coordination. Sally initially started working in libraries in the mid-1990s, where she coordinated a digital enquiry service for UK public libraries and the development of an online library for distance learning students at the University of London. She has a first degree in Literature with Psychology and postgraduate qualifications in Cultural Studies and Information Services Management. She is the editor of Catalogue 2.0: the future of the library catalogue, which was published in July 2013 and has recently been commissioned by Facet Publishing to edit a book series on Digital Humanities and Li braries. Sally is convinced that libraries have a key role to play in the digital humanities and is dedicated to understanding this role and encouraging libraries to rise to the challenge.

 


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Session du 10 mars 2016

10h00 - 17h00,  maison de la recherche (salle F0.15)

 

LEANRNING CENTERS, MOOC ET HUMANITÉS DIGITALES,  
QUELS ENJEUX POUR L’INTERCULTURALITÉ ?

 

Programme :

 

10h15

Sylvie Condette (CIREL) , Widad Mustafa El Hadi (GERiiCO) 

Présentation de la journée


      Première Session, modératrice Widad Mustafa El Hadi (GERiiCO)


10h15-11h00

José Guimarães*, Professeurs en Sciences de l’information,  São Paulo State University at Marília, Brasil, Professeur invité Geriico/SID Lille 3 

Ethical values in Archival description  


11h00-11h45

Ronald Jenn * (CECILL)  

Transnational/Translational. Deep Mapping Mark Twain's Translated Texts.  


11h45-12h30

Noureddine Kridis*, professeur de psychologie à l'Université de Tunis, Professeur invité au CIREL, Lille 3

Ethique et engagement : les apports de la psychologie de l’éducation   

 


12h30 Pause déjeuner   

 


      Deuxième session, modératrice Laurence Favier (GERiiCO)


14h-15h

Fabrice Papy* (Université  de Lorraine)

Interopérabilité anthropocentrée dans les dispositifs infodocumentaires.   


15h-16h

Emmanuelle Chevry* (Université de Strasbourg)

Appropriation sociale des MOOC en France.  


16h-17h

Sylvie Condette (CIREL, Lille 3)  
Ethique et interculturalité    
 


Short bios/biographies succinctes 

 

*José Augusto Chaves Guimarães is Bachelor in Library Science and in Law, and holds a Master degree in Comunication Science (1989) and a PhD Degree in Information Science by University of São Paulo (Brazil) as well as a post-doctorate degree by University Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). He has been working at the Informaiton Science Departament of São Paulo State University since 1885 where he acts as Professor. He is a researcher of Brazilian Science and Technology Research Coundil (CNPq), and is the actual President of ISKO-Brazil as well as a member of the Executive Board of ISKO. His research areas are: Epistemology of Knowledge Orgaznaiton, Cultural and ethical aspects of Knowledge Oragzanaiton, Law Documentation and Diplomatics   

 

*Emmanuelle Chevry Pébayle Maître de Conférences à l’Université de Strasbourg, Emmanuelle ChevryPébayle est membre du Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Sciences de l’Éducation et de la Communication et appartient au Groupe de recherches « Document numérique & Usages ». Ses travaux de recherche portent sur la transmission des connaissances à l’ère du numérique. Son dernier ouvrage « Appropriation sociale des MOOC en France » co-écrit avec Marc Trestini, Bernard Coulibaly et Isabelle Rossini paraîtra chez ISTE Editions en mars 2016.  

 

*Ronald Jenn est Professeur de Traduction et Traductologie à Lille 3, UFR LLCCE, Département d'études anglophones et est membre du laboratoire Cecille où il co-dirige le l'axe Lexique et Traduction. Après une thèse sur la traduction des romans de Mark Twain, ses travaux se sont portés essentiellement sur la traduction des auteurs américains du 19ème siècle et des transferts transatlantiques. Il a publié en 2013 un ouvrage intitulé La pseudo-traduction de Cervantès à Mark Twain chez Peeters et il s'apprête à publier Mark Twain and France. The Making of an American Identity à University of Missouri Press en collaboration avec Paula Harrington. Il porte en
ce moment un projet dans le domaine des Humanités Numériques en collaboration avec Geriico.


*Noureddine Kridis est professeur des universités en Psychologie de l'Education, titulaire d'un doctorat de troisième cycle en sciences de l'éducation et d'un doctorat d'Etat en psychologie, il a occupé les fonctions de doyen de la Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de Tunis (Tunisie) de 2011 à 2014. Ses travaux portent sur les questions d'information sur soi et de construction discursive, sur les conduites créatives et la communication inter et intrapersonnelle. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages et articles s'inscrivant dans le champ de la psychologie de la communication et de l'approche systémique, il est fondateur et directeur du Groupe d'Etudes Systémiques (GES) et s'est aussi consacré à l'intervention psycho-socio-éducative dans plusieurs institutions et organisations."

 

*Fabrice Papy Professeur des Universités de Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication à l'Université de Lorraine, Fabrice Papy dirige le laboratoire "Document numérique & Usages". Ses travaux de recherches portent sur le rôle de la médiation technologiques dans les dispositifs technodocumentaires. Il est le concepteur du "Visual Catalog". Rédacteur en chef de la revue "Les Cahiers du Numérique" (Lavoisier SAS), il dirige la collection "Bibliothèques et Collections numériques" chez ISTE
Editions. Son dernier ouvrage "Bibliothèques numériques. Interopérabilité et Usages" vient de paraître chez ISTE Editions en novembre 2015. La version anglaise "Digital Libraries. Interoperability and Uses" est diffusée depuis janvier 2016 par ISTE Press - Elsevier.

 

 

 

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Session du 17 mars 2016

10h00 - 15h30,  maison de la recherche (salle F0.13)


LA DIMENSION ETHIQUE DANS L’ORGANISATION DES CONNAISSANCES

THE ETHICAL DIMENSION IN KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION   

 

     

       Première session


10h00

Sylvie Condette (CIREL) , Widad Mustafa El Hadi (GERiiCO)  

Présentation de la session

 
10h15 11h15

Joseph Tennis*, University of Washington at Seattle, professeur invité GERiiCO/SID
Discutant, Shahid Rahman, Professeur, STL, Lille 3
Intentionality, Ethics, and Knowledge Organization


11h Pause/Break


11h15-12h15

Joseph Tennis*, University of Washington at Seattle, professeur invité GERiiCO/SID
Discutant, Shahid Rahman, Professeur,  STL, Lille 3  
Constructs and Construct Patterns for Ethical Knowledge Organization

 


12h30-14H  Pause déjeuner/lunch  

 


      Deuxième session, modératrice Laurence Favier (GERiiCO)


14h00-14h30

Samuel Trainor* (CECILLE)  
Strategic and Ethical Layering in Synoptic Translation Practice


14h30-15h00

Noureddine Kridis*, professeur de psychologie à l'Université de Tunis, professeur invité au CIREL, Lille 3  
Modélisation du devenir créateur


15h00-15h30

Sylvie Condette (CIREL)

Titre à confirmer



Short bios/biographies succinctes


*Joseph T. Tennis is an Associate Professor and Director of Faculty Affairs at the Information School of the University of Washington, Adjunct Associate Professor of Linguistics, and a member of the Textual Studies faculty at UW. He is the President of the International Society for Knowledge Organization (20142018). He is the Director of the Governing Board of the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (2016). He is an Associate Member of the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Study at The University of British Columbia. He has been an occasional visiting scholar at the State University of São Paulo since 2009. He is Managing Editor for Advances in Classification Research Online, and on the editorial board for Library Quarterly (USA), Knowledge Organization (Germany), Scire (Spain), Informatio (Uruguay), and Zagadnienia Informacji Naukowej (Poland). He is also a member of the Dublin Core Usage Board and Oversight Committee (an international standards body that works toward the implementation and maintenance of interoperable metadata). He has been active in the InterPARES research project (working on digital records preservation) since 2005, and currently serves as an advisor and researcher on metadata issues. His research has been funded by Microsoft, IMLS, and SSHRC. He holds a B.A. in Religious Studies. He received his M.L.S. and an Sp.L.I.S. in Book History from Indiana University, and the Ph.D. in Information Science from the University of Washington. He works in classification theory, the ethics and aesthetics of information organization labor, the versioning of classification schemes and thesauri, subject ontogeny, information provenance, authenticity metadata, and the comparative discursive analysis of metadata creation and evaluation, including archival metadata, both contemporary and historical. In 2013 he won the ALISE/Bohdan S. Wynar Research Paper Award, for "The Strange Case of Eugenics: A Subject’s Ontogeny in a Long-Lived Classification Scheme and the Question of Collocative Integrity. " (2012). In Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63(7): 1350-1359. To find out more about Joseph visit: http://ischool.uw.edu/people/faculty/jtennis. 


*Shahid Rahmanis full professor for logic and epistemology at the University of Lille since 2001 (Sciences Humaines, Lettres et Arts, UMR 8163: STL). He gathered a Masters in Philosophy, Mathematics and Philology (ErlangenNürnberg), a PhD in philosophy and (on game-theoretical foundations for constructive logic and category theory), cognitive psychology and philology, and an Habilitation in Philosophy (both at Univ. Saarland –Germany)?. Promoted by the ministry of education to the level of  Professeur de la classe  exceptionnelle in Philosophy. Elected member (2011) of the  Comité national français d’histoire et de philosophie des sciences associated to the Académie des Sciences.Director of the research MESHS-project ADA, that unifies 19-research laboratories in the Humanities and Social Sciences of Nord-Pas de Calais (France). The King's college edited a book in honour of his 50th birthday. He edits two book series in
Springer (LEUS and LAR) and three more in College Publications. His main researches concern philosophy and history of logic and epistemology with special emphasis on game-theoretical approaches. He successfully adviced so far, 14 PHD students, most of them gathered academic propositions including assistants, associate and full professorships. 

 
https://univ-lille3.academia.edu/ShahidRahman

https://cv.archives-ouvertes.fr/shahid-rahman

http://stl.recherche.univ-lille3.fr/sitespersonnels/rahman/accueilrahman.html

http://www.springeronline.com/series/6936

http://www.springer.com/series/11547

http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/cahiers/

http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/dialogues/

http://www.collegepublications.co.uk/cuadernos/  


*Samuel TRAINOR is a British writer and literary translator who taught himself web authoring skills while working as a freelance technical translator providing multilingual web solutions. Since becoming an Associate Professor at the University of Lille, he has integrated these skills into a web-based dynamic translation interface for the retranslation of canonical poetic texts: the Synoptic Translation Project. As part of a broader study re-examining the concept of transparency in translation, this gives a practical example of a few of the key concepts of strategic and ethical layering in translation. He has previously translated the work of Frédéric Lordon and Gabriel Tarde, including The Two Elements of Sociology published by Routledge in early 2016, and has been involved in the translation of his own poetry. He is currently working on an English version of L'Image de l'Autre. Noirs, Juifs, Musulmans et Gitans dans l'imaginaire européen by Victor Stoichita for Reaktion Books.  


*Noureddine KRIDIS est professeur des universités en Psychologie de l'Education, titulaire d'un doctorat de troisième cycle en sciences de l'éducation et d'un doctorat d'Etat en psychologie, il a occupé les fonctions de doyen de la Faculté des Sciences Humaines et Sociales de Tunis (Tunisie) de 2011 à 2014. Ses travaux portent sur les questions d'information sur soi et de construction discursive, sur les conduites créatives et la communication inter et intrapersonnelle. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages et articles s'inscrivant dans le champ de la psychologie de la communication et de l'approche systémique, il est fondateur et directeur du Groupe d'Etudes Systémiques (GES) et s'est aussi consacré à l'intervention psycho-socio-éducative dans plusieurs institutions et organisations."