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L’usage des outils informatiques en analyse des données qualitatives - [Adjectif]

L’usage des outils informatiques en analyse des données qualitatives - [Adjectif] | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
La Recherche Qualitative constitue un type de recherche en pleine évolution et elle a été métamorphosée par les technologies informatiques.
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Le terme d’Analyse Qualitative désigne tout processus technique ou intellectuel pour traiter, manipuler, explorer et interpréter des données issues d’une Recherche Qualitative dans le but d’identifier des séquences, repérer des modèles, comprendre des processus, former des catégorisations ou des classes d’objets et émettre des hypothèses et des conjectures concernant les aspects (sujets, objets ou événements) du monde en question. L’analyse des données qualitatives est souvent plus intuitive et moins systématique que lorsqu’il s’agit de données quantitatives. Le problème de l’analyse des données qui proviennent de la recherche qualitative constitue un de plus cruciaux points de cette approche. À la différence de la recherche quantitative, la recherche qualitative ne suit pas l’approche scientifique basée sur la méthode hypothético-déductive.

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nihal abitiu's curator insight, October 27, 2013 6:45 PM

très interessante pour les  doctorantsen science de l'éducation. merci pour le partage.

Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution
How the humanities and social sciences are transformed by digital data and algorithms (digital humanities?)
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"100 Billion Data Rows per Second: Culture Industry and Media Analytics in the Early 21st Century"

new article by Lev Manovich available for download:
"100 Billion Data Rows per Second: Culture Industry and Media Analytics in the Early 21st Century"

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Bernard Stiegler : la fin d’un philosophe — Medium

Bernard Stiegler : la fin d’un philosophe — Medium | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
La première fois que j’ai entendu son nom, c’était à l’automne 2005, à l’université Paris 7, dans le séminaire du psychanalyste François…
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The Web's Past is Not Evenly Distributed

The Web's Past is Not Evenly Distributed | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it

In this post Ed Summers discusses ways to align your content with the grain of the Web so that it can last (a bit) longer.

If I had to guess I would bet you found the document you are reading right now by following a

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» Data Curation as Publishing for the Digital Humanities Journal of Digital Humanities

» Data Curation as Publishing for the Digital Humanities Journal of Digital Humanities | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
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Neoliberal Tools (and Archives): A Political History of Digital Humanities - Los Angeles Review of Books

Neoliberal Tools (and Archives): A Political History of Digital Humanities - Los Angeles Review of Books | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Daniel Allington, Sarah Brouillete, and David Golumbia explain how Digital Humanities plays a lead role in the corporatist restructuring of the humanities.
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Wiki Ed and Digital Humanities: Pedagogy that works

Wiki Ed and Digital Humanities: Pedagogy that works | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it

Matthew Vetter, who has taught with Wikipedia in courses at Ohio University, shares notes on that experience as they relate to digital humanities and marginalized identities. 

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Research in the Digital Age – Opportunities in the domain of Digitalization, Digital Humanities and Big Data

Research in the Digital Age – Opportunities in the domain of Digitalization, Digital Humanities and Big Data | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Information on the funding activities of the Volkswagen Foundation related to the transformation of science and scholarship as well as society caused by digitalization, e.g. Digital Humanities, Big Data ...
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Digital Humanities spread in classroom and beyond

Digital Humanities spread in classroom and beyond | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Digital Humanities spread in classroom and beyond
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Computer science and the humanities don't have anything to do with each other, do they? Code belongs in Sci, and books stay in the seminar room, right?

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Karianne Lessard's curator insight, November 10, 2015 12:31 PM

Nous ne sommes pas les seuls en CMN2570, à l'Université d'Ottawa, à tenter d'innover dans notre manière d'enseigner! Étonnant de voir comment utiliser les techniques des digital humanities peut motiver les élèves à travailler plus fort sur des sujets qui peuvent parfois leur sembler dépassés comme c'est le cas des romans du 18ième siècle. 

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The “Rules” of Data Visualization Get an Update

The “Rules” of Data Visualization Get an Update | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
What are the rules of data visualization, a practice that draws on research into cognitive theory, graphical perception, statistics and journalism? The journalist and educator Alberto Cairo helps tie together many fields of study into easy-to-follow guides to data visualization and information graphics.
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Opening Up Open Access

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It’s Open Access Week, and as befits the occasion, I’m starting it this morning by thinking about what we’ve accomplished, what obstacles we’ve found — or even, if I might dare to whisper, created …
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Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Humanities, and the Future of Academic Publishing - Hybrid Pedagogy

Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Humanities, and the Future of Academic Publishing - Hybrid Pedagogy | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
It is not enough to write monographs. It is not enough to publish. Today, scholars must understand what happens when our research is distributed, and we must write, not for rarified audiences, but for unexpected ones.
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Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
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La prochaine révolution scientifique

Pierre Lévy, filósofo da informação, fala sobre o possível impacto do Big Data na civilização. Segundo Lévy, a grande quantidade de dados que hoje coletamo
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The Scandal of Digital Humanities « hyperlab

The Scandal of Digital Humanities « hyperlab | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
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Polemic in the ranks of academic criticism... Is DH "critical" enough?

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In the digital age, the humanities can afford to go on the offensive

In the digital age, the humanities can afford to go on the offensive | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Humans, as a species, are around 200,000 years old. Compared to the age of the universe we’re clearly infants but compared to the internet, we’re pretty old and compared to social media, which is still…
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Announcing CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics

Announcing CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
I am very pleased to announce the pending launch of CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics, an open-access web-based academic journal that will focus on the computational study of culture. CA’s mission …
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Digital Humanities Students Win National Award - UCLA

Digital Humanities Students Win National Award - UCLA | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it

February 12, 2016 A team of UCLA students has won a national prize for art history research.  The Art Libraries Society of North America awarded eight stud

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A team of UCLA students has won a national prize for art history research.

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evaluating digital humanities scholarship

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If an academic can be un-hired, fired, or asked to resign because of a “tweet” or a blog post, can we find a way in the humanities to hire, promote, or offer tenure to academics for the same?  This was one of the more provocative questions posed, and discussed, at a roundtable talk at the most recent THATCamp at the AAR/SBL Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA two weeks ago.  Overview of #THATCampAARSBL
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The Conversation Never Ends: Participatory Culture in a Networked Era

The Conversation Never Ends: Participatory Culture in a Networked Era | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
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New book by Henry Jenkins, Mimi Ito and Danah Boyd!

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Welcome // | DiRT Directory

Welcome // | DiRT Directory | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it

The DiRT Directory is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to find and compare resources ranging from content management systems to music OCR, statistical analysis packages to mindmapping software.


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Registry of digital research tools for scholarly use.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 5, 2015 1:20 AM

The new domain of DIRT. Lots of links to useful tools.

Louise Robinson-Lay's curator insight, November 5, 2015 4:53 AM
Better than just googling it.
Ramon Pavia's curator insight, November 5, 2015 5:15 AM

Seems to work properly. User-oriented navigation...