Laboratoire Paragraphe | EA 349
Universités Paris 8 et CY Cergy Paris Université

Digital devices: production, uses and communication modeling (DiNuPUMoC)

Responsables : P. Bootz (MCF-HDR), I. Saleh (Pr)
Participants : G. Azemard (Pr Emerite), P. Martin (Pr), A. Gonzales (MCF), H. Hachour (MCF), L. Leroy (MCF), C. Noy (MCF), E.Reyes (MCF-HDR), S. Szoniecky (MCF), A. Laborderie (Dr. PAST), R. Mouren (post-doc), 8 doctorants.

The Digital Devices axis focuses on the interrelation between the cognitive, instrumental, communicational, semiotic and technological dimensions that digital devices establish in communication. Through approaches that combine theoretical research and research and creation/development, this axis takes a triple look at digital objects: the role played by digital technologies in the organization of knowledge and the transformation of forms of expression, new uses and societal impact of these objects. It aims to develop conceptual and practical tools for designing, producing and analyzing information and communication within digital communication devices.

This axis is based on a long tradition of research – it began with the creation of the Paragraphe laboratory – on hypertexts, hypermedia and digital devices. This research requires taking into account the cognitive, instrumental, communicational, semiotic and technological dimensions. These dimensions are analyzed in their global deployment processes and their critical, creative and innovative changes.

This axis is dedicated to the use and development of digital tools and devices as well as to the creative and societal conceptions and aims that underlie them. It proposes to take a threefold look: at the industrial reality of digital objects, while preserving the place of technology, which is constantly relaunching new uses; on the role played by digital technologies in the organization of knowledge and the transformation of forms of expression; on digital creation in all its forms. It is no longer possible to ignore creative experiences, recent advances in adaptive interfaces, hyper-objects, connected objects, web design, virtual reality, construction of knowledge among users /users and issues related to the evaluation of digital devices.

The relationship between “societal evolution”, “routine attitude modification” and “impact of technologies”, combined with inclusive multidisciplinary efforts, which make it possible to produce research results which will be used to produce fundamental knowledge on the modes of appropriation and transformation on the one hand and the adoption of digital technologies on the other. This approach aims for both theoretical and practical purposes, in particular through the question of reflexivity and those relating to the needs of the local socio-economic environment.

This axis explores these experiences by approaching them from the point of view of uses, device design theories, digital semiotics and sociotechnology. The objective of this axis is to provide the conceptual and practical tools to design, produce and analyze information and communication, in situations where multiple actors maintain complex relationships through digital devices. To the questions of supporting humans in their understanding of contemporary worlds through digital technologies, are added those of mastering the non-biological existences that populate our ecosystems, particularly in the context of connected objects. Faced with this proliferation of dynamic, interactive and autonomous objects, we need models and methodologies that help us understand and create these informational existences right down to their uses. All the more so when these objects are used in innovative pedagogies, in the digital humanities which trace the slightest activity of learning, communication, controversy. How can we assess the power to act of a digital object in an ecosystem? How can we control the information that these digital existences trace from our uses? How do new writings, images and graphical interfaces change the way we think about and perceive the world around us?

Actualités

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Publications

Poster
Anne-Lise Bohec, Claire de Loye, Sabine Guéraud, Marie-Carmen Castillo, Aline Dazzan, Lâle Battal-Merlet, Virginie Beaucousin, Alain Blanchet, Milena Kostova
Why does he do that? ERPs reveal anomalies during highly predictable intentional inferences production among subjects with high schizotypical traits
International congress of psychophysiology, 2010, Budapest, France. 77, pp.308-308, 2010
Poster
Anne-Lise Bohec, Claire de Loye, Sabine Guéraud, Marie-Carmen Castillo, Aline Dazzan, Cécile Fasciotto, Virginie Beaucousin, Alain Blanchet, Milena Kostova
N400 et schizotypie : anomalies des processus sémantiques et/ou de mentalisation ?
L'encéphale, 2011, Paris, France. 37, pp.59-60, 2011
Communication dans un congrès
Mathieu Andro
Crowdsourcing and digitization
The Ebooks on Demand Conference 2014 (Innsbruck University, April 11th 2014), Apr 2014, Innsbruck, Austria
Thèse
Anne Bationo
Narrative activities practices using devices : a diachronical and structural analysis before the design
domain_stic.inge. Université Paris VIII Vincennes-Saint Denis, 2006. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩
Communication dans un congrès
David Aurat, Laure Leroy, Olivier Hugues, Philippe Fuchs
Un flou adaptatif en fonction du point de focalisation pour réduire la fatigue visuelle en vision stéréoscopique
8èmes journées de l'Association Française de Réalité Virtuelle, Augmentée, Mixte et d'Interaction 3D, Oct 2013, Laval, France
Communication dans un congrès
Bruno Martin, Emmanuel Sander, Jean-Marc Labat, Jean-François Richard
STAR : Un outil permettant une intégration efficace de modèles cognitifs simples en EIAH
Environnements Informatiques pour l'Apprentissage Humain, May 2013, Toulouse, France. pp.293-304
type pub PROCEEDINGS
Stéphane Chaudiron, Madjid Ihadjadene, Bernard Jacquemin
Dispositifs numériques : contenus, interactivité et visualisation. Actes du 16e colloque international sur le Document Électronique
CiDE.16, Nov 2013, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France. Europia Productions, pp.323, 2013, 979-10-90094-14-7
Communication dans un congrès
Carole Henry
Optimisation de processus de collecte et d'exploitation d'informations sensibles : cadre d'étude du renseignement intérieur
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ISKO-MAGHREB 2013 "Concepts and Tools for Knowledge Management (KM)", Nov 2013, Marrakech, Maroc
Ouvrage (y compris édition critique et traduction)
Rojas Estrella
Réseaux socionumériques et médiations humaines
Lavoisier. Lavoisier, pp.294, 2013, information, hypermédias et communication, Imad Saleh, 9782746245396
Article dans une revue
Bruno Menon
Lettre et sens en organisation des connaissances
Sciences de la Société, 2008, 75, pp.23-40

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Raphaële Miljkovitch

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