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Concilier innovation numérique et valorisation de la recherche : ateliers HAL et Wikipédia à la BU de l’Université Gustave Eiffel

Abstract : The predominent role of the Internet in the field of knoweldge, and COVID-19 crisis have altered the situation:  the documentary environments are therefore forced to update to fit the formentionned conditions. If libraries are not about to disappear, they are called upon transformations in order to reduce the digital divide. The role of librarians would be to support this evolution towards more interactive spaces by proposing targeted digital introductions that can valorize the institution's collections and the electronic resources. Because they found their richness on the diversity of their contributors, and closely related to the free license, two web platforms catch the attention: HAL and Wikipedia. With this in mind, the library of Université Gustave Eiffel - former Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée - organizes different contributive workshops: - HAL workshops during Open Access Week ; - Wikipedia workshops in connection with the cultural news and 1Lib1Ref campaign. These workshops are concrete examples of participative practices within a university library. My presentation aims to show how the mediation of digital information can provide researchers/users with different decoding tools.
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Benoit Soubeyran. Concilier innovation numérique et valorisation de la recherche : ateliers HAL et Wikipédia à la BU de l’Université Gustave Eiffel. Documentation et Bibliotheques, Asted Inc., 2022, Réinventons nos milieux documentaires, 68 (1), pp.16-21. ⟨10.7202/1087801ar⟩. ⟨hal-03639321⟩

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