Apprentissage hybride en géographie et immunologie : preuve de concept de l'intérêt de la curation de contenu

Abstract : The amount, diversity and evolution of information in most areas of science and knowledge push to develop autonomy of learner and could benefit from blended learning methods associating classical teaching methods and content curation. Content curation using mainly Scoop.it performed during 5 years in two areas of knowledge: geography in preparatory literary classes and immunology in medical university allows to evaluate advantages and opportunities such as learning to read and write, initiation to information watch, stimulation of curiosity as well as limits and difficulties such as time disponibility, persistence of curators and perennity of tools.
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Gilbert C. Faure, François Arnal. Apprentissage hybride en géographie et immunologie : preuve de concept de l'intérêt de la curation de contenu. Colloque international Éducation 4.1 ! Distances, médiations des savoirs et des formations, Distances et médiations des savoirs (revue); École d’ingénierie de la formation à distance (Cned), Jan 2019, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-01990757⟩

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