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Le e-learning informel ? Des apprentissages diffus, noyés dans la participation en ligne

Abstract : Communities of astronomy or ornithology enthusiasts, self-help groups between chronic patients or drug users, teams of nurses, facing technical problems, these are all contexts in which forms of learning are developing that are qualified in this book of "informal e-learning". In exploring such situations of unintentional on line appropriation of knowledge, this book argues that research in e-learning should not be limited to "making people learn better": the Internet and connected objects upset the relationship to knowledge far beyond the mere development of e-teaching tools, such as MOOCs or serious games. This informal "e-learning" concerns, for example, contexts known as "citizen sciences", technoscientific leisure activities or the resolution of chronic health or work problems. In fact, all these situations outline a collective "Do it yourself" regime, extended to all situations where one learns as a result - not from a training project - but from a desire to exercise one's power to act... by doing, participating or seeking together.
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Submitted on : Saturday, October 28, 2017 - 4:25:06 PM
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Olivier Las Vergnas. Le e-learning informel ? Des apprentissages diffus, noyés dans la participation en ligne. Olivier Las Vergnas. Editions des Archives Contemporaines, 2017, 978-2813002693. ⟨hal-01625724⟩

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