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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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26 natl universities to abolish humanities, social sciences

Nearly half of the 60 national universities with humanities and social science faculties plan to abolish those departments in the 2016 academic year or later, according to a survey conducted by The Yomiuri Shimbun.
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The Case for Teaching Ignorance

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When we present knowledge as more certain than it is, we discourage curiosity.

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Digital Humanities at the community college. Ressources

A collection of updates, articles, and tools for the Digital Humanities at the Community College group and everyone interested in implementing DH in community colleges. Have something to add to next week's page? Send it along @litambitions or contact me @ tawnyaravy.com
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Call for Papers - Making ‘Big Data’ Human: Doing History in a Digital Age

Call for Papers - Making ‘Big Data’ Human: Doing History in a Digital Age | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge, 9th September 2015 With Keynote Speaker Prof. Jane Winters, Professor of Digital History and Head of Publications, Institute of Historical Research...
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News and Information from the UCLA Digital Humanities Program

*In this issue: carework and codework, markup theory and practice, and cultural heritage data.*
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Inside Social Scientists’ New Data Dilemma

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Researchers want access to mountains of social data currently locked away.

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Engineering the public: Big data, surveillance and computational politics | Tufekci | First Monday

Engineering the public: Big data, surveillance and computational politics
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Rebooting Philosophy | OUPblog

Rebooting Philosophy | OUPblog | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
By Luciano Floridi Philosophy is a bit like a computer with a memory leak. It starts well, dealing with significant and serious issues that matter to anyone. Yet, in time, its very success slows it down. Philosophy begins to care more about philosophers’ questions than philosophical ones, consuming increasing amount of intellectual attention.
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International Symposium on Immersion and Experience (20-24 May 2015, Montreal)

International Symposium on Immersion and Experience (20-24 May 2015, Montreal) | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Symposium international de la créativité immersive présenté à Montréal du 20 au 24 mai - International symposium on immersive creativity presented in Montréal from May 20 to 24.
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DHSI | Digital Humanities Summer Institute

The Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, and preservation in different disciplines.
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The Digital Humanities Situation | The Transducer

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Let’s be honest—there is no definition of digital humanities, if by definition we mean a consistent set of theoretical concerns and research methods that might
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Should we still be calling it Big Data?

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Several months ago, I was talking to some CIOs about their business problems. During these conversations, I asked them about their interest in Big Data. One sophisticated CIO recoiled almost immediately saying that he believes most vendors are really…
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affordance.info: L'hypertexte a 50 ans.

affordance.info: L'hypertexte a 50 ans. | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
En Mars 2014 nous avions célébré les 25 ans du web. Mais l'hypertexte, lui, vient de fêter ses 50 ans. Hier en fait. Le 24 Août 1965 Ted Nelson consignait dans un article pour l'Association for Computing Machinery, ce qui...
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5 things we’ve learned about Digital Humanities in the last 5 years | UCL UCL Centre for Digital Humanities

5 things we’ve learned about Digital Humanities in the last 5 years | UCL UCL Centre for Digital Humanities | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
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Clic France / 14 bibliothèques mondiales d'art s'associent pour diffuser en ligne plus de 30 millions de documents

Clic France / 14 bibliothèques mondiales d'art s'associent pour diffuser en ligne plus de 30 millions de documents | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
Dans un article paru le 1er avril 2015, The Art Newspaper a révélé que plus de 30 millions d'images de peintures, dessins et sculptures pourraient bientôt être disponibles sur un site Web. Ce porta...

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Ana Paula Sena's curator insight, April 27, 12:25 PM

Maravilhoso! :-)

Escola Municipal de Artes e Oficios de Vigo's curator insight, April 28, 2:14 AM

Nun artigo aparecido o pasado 1 de abril, The Art Newspaper revelou que máis de 30 millóns de imaxes de pinturas, diseños e esculturas poderán agora estar dispoñibles nun sitio web

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No 12 (2014)

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Revista dedicada a la investigación y la documentación americanista europeas
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Digital Humanities Quarterly: Agent-Based Modeling and Historical Simulation

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This essay discusses agent-based modeling (ABM) and its potential as a technique for studying history, including literary history. How can a computer simulation tell us anything about the past? This essay has three distinct goals. The first is simply to introduce agent-based modeling as a computational practice to an audience of digital humanists, for whom it remains largely unfamiliar despite signs of increasing interest. Second, to introduce one possible application for social simulation by comparing it to conventional, print-based models of the history of book publishing. Third, and most importantly, I’ll sketch out a theory and preliminary method for incorporating social simulation into an on-going program of humanities research.

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English Literature & Digital Humanities Librarian at University of Notre Dame

English Literature & Digital Humanities Librarian at University of Notre Dame | Humanities and their Algorithmic Revolution | Scoop.it
English Literature & Digital Humanities Librarian at University of Notre Dame
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