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Ma veille a déménagé! Nouvelle adresse: http://www.davduf.net/-veille-
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Wikipedia : un regard qui vient surtout de l’ouest

Wikipedia : un regard qui vient surtout de l’ouest | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
Une poignée de pays riches monopolise la production de sens et la création de contenu de l’encyclopédie participative, indique une étude
 
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PressThink: The People Formerly Known as the Audience

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That's what I call them. Recently I received this statement. 

The people formerly known as the audience wish to inform media people of our existence, and of a shift in power that goes with the platform shift you’ve all heard about.

Think of passengers on your ship who got a boat of th

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Journalism's Theory of Change: From Community Engagement to Civic Action

Journalism's Theory of Change: From Community Engagement to Civic Action | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
In July we learned more about Jim Brady’s new local journalism start-up, Brother.ly, which is taking a networked approach to news in Philly. At USA Today Rem Rieder described the project as having ...
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Community Engagement syllabus

Community Engagement syllabus | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
JOUR 75102 Community Engagement Spring 2015 Room/Time: Tuesdays 5-7:50pm Room 430 Professors: Jeff Jarvis and Carrie Brown Office Hours Brown: Tuesdays 2-4 and by appointment, Office 421B Professor Contact Information Brown: carrielisabrown@gmail.com or carrie.brown@journalism.cuny.edu Mobile:
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This is a course in listening to a community: understanding and empathizing with its needs and learning how to help a community share its own knowledge. We will talk to ambassadors from communities of various definitions — geographic (neighborhoods, towns), demographic (ethnic groups, age groups), interest (topics such as cancer, parenting, or sports), and business (organized around an industry or a job description.) These ambassadors will be journalists, community organizers, topic experts, and business proprietors who serve communities and who will, in turn, introduce the students to members of these communities so the students will develop skills in listening and discerning communities’ needs. We will also draw upon disciplines from outside of journalism such as cultural anthropology, public health, and community and political organizing to help us hone our listening skills. Through this course, students will begin to identify the communities they plan to serve in the practicum and start to interact with those communities where they gather online and in person.

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Un cinéma sous Creative Commons est possible : le film "Le Cosmonaute"

Un cinéma sous Creative Commons est possible : le film "Le Cosmonaute" | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
Hier se tenaient les Assises de l'audiovisuel, organisées par le Ministère de la Culture, où il a visiblement été beaucoup question de "régulation de l'internet" sous l'égide du CSA. Ce contexte de...
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Une contre-histoire des internets

Une contre-histoire des internets | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
Un webdocumentaire de Julien Goetz et Jean-Marc Manach, produit par ARTE et Premières Lignes Télévision. Les internets c'est l'Internet moins les tuyaux. C'est vous, nous, c'est chaque utilisateur. Venez partager vos histoires et souvenirs du réseau et ainsi co-écrire cette contre-histoire des internets.
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Bel exemple d'objet web faisant le pendant d'un documentaire linéaire.

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Audience and Engagement

Audience and Engagement | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
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We have four principal goals for you in this class. 1) Understand the value of Audience Engagement (A/E) in a news organization’s business model. 2) Understand the value of A/E for the journalist. 3) Master the variety of methods through which a journalist (and the news organization as a whole) can build engaged audiences. And 4) Write and Experiment! We want your effort going into producing quality content that experiments with a variety of A/E best practices. Seven weeks is usually not enough time to build a huge amount of traffic that lets you see the results of testing, but we want you to experiment with different approaches. Publishing to a live site will at the very least generate feedback on your efforts from your classmates (and professors).

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From Journalism to UX (and maybe back again) — Medium

From Journalism to UX (and maybe back again) — Medium | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, I met up with an old journalist contact whom I hadn’t heard from in many years. He, too, was a public radio reporter, and…
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Engaging Communities: Content and Conversation

Engaging Communities: Content and Conversation | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
‘Editors ought to require that story pitches and budget lines include an engagement component, reflecting community conversation, collaboration and outreach.’ …
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La place du public dans les oeuvres interactives — Medium

La place du public dans les oeuvres interactives — Medium | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
L’un des aspects fondamentaux de la création interactive est la capacité des concepteurs à comprendre et à anticiper le positionnement et l’implication du public dans l’oeuvre. Cette « connaissance » du public devient donc une des contraintes majeures du processus créatif et va influer tant sur le fond que sur la forme de l’expérience.
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5 Things Documentary Filmmakers Can Learn from Game Designers

5 Things Documentary Filmmakers Can Learn from Game Designers | Nouvelles narrations | Scoop.it
Engagement, interaction, participation, messaging and the power of play: Five takeaways for filmmakers from Games for Change at Tribeca FIlm Festival's Innovation Week.

 

What should become a motto:

"Fun can be a very powerful motivational tool, [now] under-utilized in the world of social change documentaries."


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«if you want your film to motivate an audience to act, find out what else motivates them and address or incorporate it directly.» / «It’s an invitation to participate. Once a group is hooked, they’re in. It’s not just about participation, but co-facilitation. The group makes the outcome.»

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mirmilla's curator insight, April 27, 2014 6:34 AM

The golden age of the documentary is only at the beginning. Very impressed by the example reported in step 2, "Personal Interaction Still Matters". 

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Mapping Main Street

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Mapping Main Street is a collaborative documentary media project that creates a new map of the country through stories, photos and videos recorded on actual Main Streets. The goal is to document all of the more than 10,000 streets named Main in the United States.

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