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Dispositifs de formation à distance: nouvelles interactions et régulations

Abstract : Globalization combined with an ever increasingly digitalized world is making us recycle our relation to time and space. The collaborative and interactive aspects of Internet are specific illustrations of this, causing a natural restructuring of the traditional education system. In the latter, the interaction is a dynamic process of exchange and control between individuals inserted into specific contexts. The learner becomes a “self-forming subject” whilst the instructor is only one element of the teaching system: providing the content direction and framework. The design and implementation of asynchronous and deterritorialized training techniques via ICT, poses a number of methodological and conceptual questions. Interactions are reduced, the instructor must both transmit and conceive the relationship between the learner and the machine, which can remain within or leave the predetermined framework.Time regulation and self-regulation become decisive factors.The design of these techniques would benefit from survey data on their renewed terms.
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Christine Poplimont. Dispositifs de formation à distance: nouvelles interactions et régulations. Éducation permanente, Arcueil : Éducation permanente, 2013, pp.59-69. ⟨hal-02019649⟩

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