ARI : un assistant logiciel pour accompagner la formation à la recherche d'informations

Abstract : How students learn about web information searching and how can they reason from their own experience ? How tutors and teachers can initiate, guide and evaluate these students' learning activities ? These questions are at the beginning of a project of designing tools to facilitate the acquisition of web searching and information extracting skills. The environment that we designed and implemented is based on a detailed analysis of the students' behaviour and difficulties in information searching during educational tasks. This approach is a first step towards the formalisation of web information searching and personal notes structuring. The ARI environment provides the student with appropriate instruments to manage searches, save documents, extract information and organise his personal notes. He can revisit his own work and analyse his past activity. Within the environment, the teacher can observe the student's work step by step and evaluate his final production. Using the same tools, researchers can study and analyse in detail the web searching and note taking behaviour of a large number of students.
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François-Marie Blondel, Jean-Claude Le Touzé, Martial Tarizzo. ARI : un assistant logiciel pour accompagner la formation à la recherche d'informations. Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication dans les Enseignements d'ingénieurs et dans l'industrie, Nov 2002, Villeurbanne, France. pp.167-174. ⟨edutice-00000654⟩

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