25 mai 2019

FIPHFP - Liens utiles - Sites gouvernementaux

emploi fiphfp handicapSites gouvernementaux

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23 mai 2019

Academic Home Pages: Reconstruction of the Self

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Lesley Thoms and Mike Thelwall: Academic Home Pages: Reconstruction of the Self, First Monday December 14, 2005

This is a strong and disturbing conclusion: "A typology of homepages and hence identities of academics is proposed based on the Web sites examined, concluding that whether the homepage is constructed by the academic or by the university, the identities of the individual are ultimately lost to the governmentality of the university". More...

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22 mai 2019

Everyday Sites (and Some Unsolved Problems)

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Eamonn Sullivan: Everyday Sites (and Some Unsolved Problems), Eamonn's Home October 17, 2005

Dean Shareski sent this useful link after listening to one of my Ottawa podcasts. The author writes, "my circumstances have changed so much in the last few years, and the Web has improved so much, that I'm finding myself spending most of my time on the Web. This is significant because, unlike several years ago, I'm a regular user now. My job isn't in technology. This should worry Microsoft." My use of the web isn't exactly the same, mostly because I write my own web software. More...

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07 mai 2019

Stand Up

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Stand Up
Stand Up, a recent release from The Dave Matthews Band, was distributed on CDs using copy control technology. Perhaps the lable should have consulted the artist, as the band has posted instructions on how to circumvent the technology on its website. More...

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By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Various authors: http://www.imsglobal.org/ti/index.html, IMS November 18, 2005

From the email announcement: "IMS Global Learning Consortium, Inc. has released the IMS Tool Interoperability v1 Guidelines... The IMS Tools Interoperability (TI) approach addresses the growing demand for a reusable mechanism for integrating third-party tools with core LMS platforms." OK. More...

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30 avril 2019

Replacement of the EdNA Administration Site

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Announcement: Replacement of the EdNA Administration Site, EdNA September 1, 2005
From EdNA, this notice: "EdNA Online will be releasing its next generation data repository and administration platform this Sunday September 4 2005... The new system will support a range of content types such as learning objects, news items and calendar events and a range of metadata schemas including AGLS, Dublin Core and Learning Object Metadata (LOM). More...

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11 avril 2019

Présentation du site "Cinémamétiers"

Logo cap-métiersDepuis 2012, plus de 50 films ont été réalisés disponibles sur le site de la Cité des métiers de Limoges dans le cadre de l’opération « les films Cinémamétiers ». Ces 7 années ont permis à près de 500 participants d’aller à la rencontre de professionnels afin de découvrir le métier qu’ils exercent mais aussi de découvrir le monde du cinéma. Plus...

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30 mars 2019

Inspire orientation.org

En fonction de tes notes, de tes préférences et de tes inspirations, découvre les pistes d'études qui te correspondent.

Des mises en relation avec les étudiants éclaireurs

Ils se sont posés les mêmes questions que toi, aujourd'hui ils ont les réponses et sont ravis de les partager. Plus...

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27 mars 2019

The Annotated New York Times

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. The Annotated New York Times
This site is a nice example of the use of RSS as a content aggregator combined with citizen journalism - or punditry, at least. More...

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PSP - The Amazing New Platform

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. PSP - The Amazing New Platform
Some commentary on the new Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP). This title review is a rave from Mark Oehlert, who calls it "jaw-dropping." Less positive is Derek Morrison, who (rightly) decries its use or proprietary (and expensive) storage media. More...

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