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Distance learning as a central issue for the learning and professionalization process of professeurs documentalistes: The French synthesis of transliteracy

Anne Lehmans 1 Anne Cordier 2
1 COGNITIQUE
IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système
Abstract : The initial and continuing academic programs for teacher librarians in France have to face major changes in their content and organization. A new social request for distance learning courses crosses a changing conceptual, epistemic and technological content that demands the implementation of adapted academic policies. The creation of distance learning curricula in universities is based on three factors: - A new perspective on information culture which includes cross-cultural and critical knowledge about information, media and computer science. This "transliteracy" dimension is congruent to the logic of distance learning. - The emphasis in use and reflection on information and communication tools that are common to existing curricula and distance learning courses. - The necessity of alternative training strategies for the universities which includes experimentation of information technologies as learning tools, objects and subjects.
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Anne Lehmans, Anne Cordier. Distance learning as a central issue for the learning and professionalization process of professeurs documentalistes: The French synthesis of transliteracy. School Libraries Worldwide, International Association of School Librarianship, 2012, 18 (2), pp.41-50. ⟨hal-00950834⟩

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