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Enseignement délivré à Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas Cécile SWIATEK

Abstract : The "Information Management" course given as part of the Master 2 Juriste Conseil des Collectivités territoriales at the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas includes a 12-hour volume. Most of the students in this Master's programme are apprentices, but others are follow a research oriented Master's degree. The course below is that of the year 2020-2021, redesigned by Cécile Swiatek on the basis of the teaching created in collaboration with Camille Tedesco. The syllabus as well as evaluation elements are proposed in the body of this unique document (87 p.). - Prerequisite Previous years' courses: no prerequisites. Computer skills required: basic computer use (hardware, software, web browsing, and mobile applications). Language skills required: English for international database queries. - Teaching objectives The objectives of the course are: the awakening of curiosity, the development of a reflection on the criteria and methods of qualitative evaluation and reliability of information circulating on the Internet, the apprehension of cognitive biases, critical examination of personal and collaborative information retrieval methods, the discovery and exploitation of resources of all kinds and on all media, the collection and use of bibliographical references, the development of critical thinking in the face of the digital ecosystem for the dissemination of knowledge, policies for open dissemination of knowledge and public data, understanding the mechanisms of scientific publishing, plagiarism issues, the appropriation of ethical instruments for documentary research and the automation of bibliographical writing, the appropriation of the notions of digital identification, the practice and methods of monitoring (professional, scientific, documentary) - Working method The course is divided into four parts, and offers the student an overview of documentary resources and levers for publishing and disseminating information. He/she is invited to position him/herself with a reflexive and critical perspective in the information landscape. The course alternates demonstrations, theoretical presentations, moments of individual and collaborative practice (setting up a watch, elaborating research and organising collective and shared bibliographies). The first course takes place in a traditional classroom, the three following sessions are exclusively computer-based to encourage the practice of information sharing tools and digital documentary and bibliographical research. Traditional and active methods are used in turn, and moments of personal centration are made possible. Two immediate evaluation periods are planned after the first and fourth sessions, followed by a distance evaluation questionnaire to be filled in at a distance. This questionnaire covers the whole course and is sent to the students through the mediation of the secretariat to create a distance learning experience. A space for production and sharing specific to the promotion is opened at the beginning of the course and continues over the four sessions. An export is then sent to the students together with the materials and the results of the evaluation carried out following the lessons. - Planned course materials The materials (exercises, examples, resources) are made available to all students after the course. The entire course is published in CC BY.
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Cécile Swiatek, Camille Tedesco. Enseignement délivré à Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas Cécile SWIATEK. Master. Gestion de l'information, Paris, France, France. 2020, pp.87. ⟨hal-03070855⟩



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