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La Cartopartie, une nouvelle forme de balade urbaine déployée par les villes

Abstract : A mapping party is a collective urban walk. The aim is to explore collectively an area, to produce geo-referenced data. This workshop, initiated by OpenStreetMap’s community, is currently appropriated by local authorities to include this kind of urban walks in citizen participation dispositifs using digital technologies : citizen metrology on urban air quality, on sound environment, remarkable trees inventory, corner urban services mapping. In this article, we analyse experiences from three cities : Pornichet, Nantes and Rennes. With a cross analysis, we define the edges of a “mapping party“ urban walk typologies.. We present in particular how urban actors link together the digital spaces and face-to-face workshop. Lastly we analyse how this hybrid dispositifs is used by participants.
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Gwendoline L’her, Myriam Servières, Daniel Siret. La Cartopartie, une nouvelle forme de balade urbaine déployée par les villes. Les Cahiers de la recherche architecturale, urbaine et paysagère, Ministère de la Culture, 2018, Numérisation des espaces, ⟨10.4000/craup.1003⟩. ⟨hal-02187403⟩



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