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L'« adaptation négociée » : moment nécessaire des processus de conception de dispositif de FOAD ?

Abstract : Directed by an initially operational purpose, this article focuses on one particular stage of distance learning design process : "negotiated adaptation". The need for this emerged after certain difficulties met by the Teaching Innovation department during the implementation of distance learning programs. On a theoretical plane, negotiated adaptation not only provide an answer to the well-known requirements of negotiation in the field of learning engineering and ICT design projects but also to the requirements of rationalization, underlined by researchers in the field of professional training. It's within this framework – both operational and theoretical – that we question the various aspects of negotiated adaptation, especially the contents itself (what adaptions to negotiate ?) as well as the details of implementation (how to negotiate those adaptions ?).
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Arnaud Galisson, Hugues Choplin, Sarah Lemarchand. L'« adaptation négociée » : moment nécessaire des processus de conception de dispositif de FOAD ?. Technologies de l'Information et de la Connaissance dans l'Enseignement Supérieur et de l'Industrie, Oct 2004, Compiègne, France. pp.305-312. ⟨edutice-00000713⟩



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