Project of analysis of the musical ecosystem in Europe to promote fairness for creators (pros but also amateurs). It is thus necessary to propose criteria, methodologies and tools to achieve this objective: legal (in particular the copyright directive (2019/790) and the DSM), economic (business models in the music sector) and technical (bias in the algorithms and the various dimensions (to be defined) of ethics in this context). Afterwards, it will be a question of qualifying them, evaluating them and making them operational.
Analytical work on the issues of appropriation and articulation of commons in a pedagogical context. The resources are available on https://fabriqueedu.tierslieuxedu.org/. The project is also part of a logic of distributed manufacturing, the resources are indeed produced/created in fablabs or third places. Carried out in collaboration with Coexiscience
Supported by the GIS CollEx-Persée and carried out by the University of Lille and the Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF), in partnership with Sciences Po and the Campus Condorcet, the ResPaDon project is based on an analysis of the uses of web archives and digital corpora constituted by the BnF in order to experiment with new ways of accessing and using these digital collections.
The project " Fabrique des communs de la connaissance " is a project built in partnership with the Myne which aims at operationalizing the theoretical brick relating to the knowledge commons developed by Antoine Henry in his thesis. Conceived as a mediation platform between actors producing knowledge on the territories, the "Fabrique des communs de la connaissance" project is interested in the new social and societal forms represented by actors such as Myne.
La Fabrique des Communs Pédagogiques is an association that makes it possible to put communities into action in education. I am more specifically the scientific coordinator for the association on a voluntary basis
The objective of this project is to develop a double master's degree in information and communication sciences aimed at preparing students for the information professions (journalism, documentation, archives) as they fit into a networked digital world
The Internet plays a vital role in how we see the world, from capturing acts of strength and courage to shining a light on injustice. Whatever the purpose or the user, access to information has become paramount at the local and global level. But who gets to own our digital identity? How can we put an end to today’s digital divide? How can we be sure of getting high-quality information online? On October 10, take a seat at the Global Citizens’ Dialogue on Internet and directly influence the digital developments of your own city and region.
FEE is a collegial, ephemeral and general interest association which was born at the end of May 2020. Its mission is to facilitate citizen support of the educational community during the COVID-19 epidemic.