Les « nouveaux outils » de recherche documentaire sont-ils compatibles avec les stratégies cognitives des élèves ?

Abstract : Current educational policies strongly encourage the use of computer technologies (browsers, multimedia applications...) as means to develop such abilities
in pupils. However information search is a complex process which requires both problem-solving and decision making abilities. In this article, we examine the cognitive and developmental issues of information search in the context of new information technologies. We report a preliminary study whose aim was to find out how pupils choose and select relevant book references according to an assigned topic. The results show that younger learners tend to assign relevance based on visual cues (capitals, boldface type...) rather than on the semantic relation between the reference and the assigned topic. Implications for further investigations are discussed.
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Jérôme Dinet, Jean-François Rouet, Jean-Michel Passerault. Les « nouveaux outils » de recherche documentaire sont-ils compatibles avec les stratégies cognitives des élèves ?. Quatrième colloque "Hypermédias et Apprentissages", Oct 1998, Poitiers, France. pp.149-162. ⟨edutice-00000498⟩

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