Méthodologie d’analyse de la participation informatique de l’usager d’un musée

Abstract : What is the relevance for a museum to develop a digital strategy, one of whose components is particularly based on the intention to distribute content designed by the museum for participatory online platforms? Given the existence of the constraints raised by the development of an IT strategy for participation, museums may not necessarily find it advantageous to act directly on these levers and can opt for outsourcing this type of distribution. It might also perhaps be for them a question of resisting against participation in the Web 2.0 trend that could be temporary. However, the results of the case studies presented here do not allow us to rule out the possibility that we will see a turning point as museums, if they want to continue to best fulfill their missions, including participatory, should negotiate the best they can.
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Florence Andreacola, Eric Sanjuan, Marie-Sylvie Poli. Méthodologie d’analyse de la participation informatique de l’usager d’un musée . Canadian Journal of Information & Library Science / La Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Information et de la Bibliothéconomie, 2015, 39 (3/4), pp.329-349. ⟨https://muse.jhu.edu/article/598449/summary⟩. ⟨hal-01834439⟩

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