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Archives & Records Management | Faculty of Information (iSchool) | University of Toronto Become an ARM professional Archivists are responsible for identifying and preserving historical records and making them available to the public. They assess the long-term value of both analog and digital records as trustworthy evidence and memory of the activities of individuals, families, and organizations. They ensure that the records generated by these creators are protected and accessible to present users and future generations. To accomplish these goals, they develop and implement strategies and methods for appraising records for acquisition and selection, planning, executing and monitoring preservation actions and processes, and create a wide range of research tools aimed at making the holdings of archives known to the public. Records Managers are the experts we go to ask for guidance on managing our current records, compliance to recognized standards, and policies for information and data management often found within corporations. Specifications & Features Program Features

La Réappropriation Joyeuse – Sciences-Cerveau-Transversalité des Savoirs humains Avant-Propos. 2 Introduction. 3 Pourquoi la Réappropriation. 5 Définitions et étymologies. 6 Les limites de la réappropriation. 8 Les conditions de la réappropriation : 9 Lé réappropriation joyeuse en pratique. 10 …de son temps. 10 …de son corps. 13 …de sa respiration. 16 …de sa voix. 17 …de ses émotions. 18 …de son mental 20 …de son alimentation. 23 …de son habitat. 28 …de son pouvoir d’agir. 29 …de sa spiritualité. 30 …de ses besoins matériels. 31 …de son bilan carbone. 31 …de ses choix. 33 …des modes de gouvernances. 34 …avant de conclure. 35 Conclusion. 35 Bienvenu sur le pas de porte de la « Réappropriation joyeuse »A l’intérieur de cet essai, vous trouverez des réflexions, des informations, des expériences personnelles ainsi que des liens audio et video vers de nombreuses personnalités d’horizon divers (scientifiques, philosophes, psychanalystes, linguistes, écrivains, entrepreneurs, etc) qui nous aident à mieux penser notre époque complexe. (source : Petits Dessins et Aphorismes) …de son temps WordPress:

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The Museums, Libraries & Archives Council Tango : un outil pour facilement créer de la documentation étape par étape Les phrases qui commencent par « Comment… » utiliser un logiciel ou faire une action précise sont nombreuses. Pour répondre à cela plusieurs solutions : faire des vidéos tutoriels ou encore réaliser toute une documentation papier sur le sujet. Mettre en place cela demande du temps et beaucoup de patience entre les explications, les screenshots, les vidéos à tourner… Tango est un outil gratuit destiné à créer automatiquement des guides étape par étape avec des captures d’écran, le tout très rapidement. L’utilisation de Tango est simple. Les screenshots sont clean et accompagnés d’une description expliquant ce qui doit être fait. Parmi les cas d’usage de Tango on peut citer : un onboarding de nouveaux employés, la résolution de problèmes liés au service client, les mises à jour produit… Tango est un outil gratuit qui permet de gagner du temps et d’être plus productif en quelques instants.

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asking for it A report published this week by OCLC Research asks the burning question of no one, no where: “Does every research library need a digital humanities center?” The answer, of course, is of course not. Of course, I’m being rude. The click-bait question, as posed, had a foregone conclusion — but there’s much to recommend in the report, even if it fails to define a “DH center” in any clear way, makes an unwarranted assumption that “DH academics” and librarians exist in mutually-exclusive categories, and bases too much of its understanding of faculty and researcher perceptions on the inadequate sample of some conference-going and a couple of focus groups (however carefully convened and accurately reported). every center must evolve — evolve, or die. Okay, the chief value of the report is in its clear reinforcement of the notion that a one-size-fits-all approach to digital scholarship support never fits all. How is that good for the humanities, digital or otherwise? no good deed goes un-punished.

Accueil - La Primaire Populaire 2021 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report® | Teaching and Learning Edition This report profiles key trends and emerging technologies and practices shaping the future of teaching and learning and envisions a number of scenarios and implications for that future. It is based on the perspectives and expertise of a global panel of leaders from across the higher education landscape. Read full report: PDF | Other materials The Future of Teaching and Learning The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the higher education landscape. Indeed, the potential lasting effects of the pandemic loomed large in our Horizon panelists’ discussions and nominations this year as they identified the trends, technologies, and practices shaping the future of teaching and learning. Read more about the Horizon report on page 4 > Trends: Scanning the Horizon This section of the report describes the trends that are shaping the future of global higher education teaching and learning. Read more about these trends on page 6 > Key Technologies & Practices Scenarios Implications: What Do We Do Now?

Subject Guides Subject guides are lists of resources created by librarians to assist students with their research needs. These list of resources may include topics including but not limited to books, journals, databases, websites, as well as any other topics the librarian feels would assist students with their research. LibGuidesare a type of subject guide used by libraries across the world. A LibGuide is a content management and publishing system created by SpringShare. An important aspect of LibGuides that may interest librarians is the statistical features of LibGuides. El Dorado Center Library's Internet Subject Directories, The EDC Librarian's Guide developed by Librarian, Regina Jimenez, provides a more manageable search tool that points students and faculty to a number of extensive subject directories and featured sites organized and selected by librarians and other competent information professionals throughout the world. Canadian Studies Research Guide. 1.

Approches des thèmes 2019 "secret" et "numérique"... – Ma dissertation de culture générale Comme vous le savez sans doute, les deux thèmes 2019 de l’épreuve de questions contemporaines pour le concours commun IEP ont été dévoilés et sont : « le secret » et « le numérique ». Dans une première réflexion, que nous inspirent ces deux thèmes ? Quelles approches possibles ? Le thème du « numérique » Le numérique est un sujet de société, un sujet de civilisation avant tout… Le numérique est un thème global et complet qui nécessite des approches sociétales, économiques, technologiques ou scientifiques et sans doute celui de l’immatérialité…tout en restant dans une période fortement contemporaine…! Tout le monde n’a pas la même perception des enjeux de la transformation digitale de la société et de l’économie qui, parfois, permet de s’appuyer dessus pour libérer l’innovation et dynamiser l’économie. « Le numérique“ est aussi un enjeu politique même si il n’est pas politiquement correct. Les bibliographies sont nombreuses : 2. Le secret n’existe, en somme, que dans la nuance. 3.

The Future of L&D: 5 Learning Trends for 2021 “In 2021, success will be measured by how well we can target the right learning opportunities,” says Joanna Miller, learning and development lead at Asana. “We need to curate them at the right depth, at the right time in the employee journey—all in service of helping employees filter options to make the right choices to drive their growth forward.” L&D leaders are faced with the challenge of delivering a wide range of employee learning experiences that are personalized, fuel career growth, and help retain great talent. To deliver these outcomes, leaders need to be smart with their time, leverage key cross-functional partnerships, and dial into innovative ways to increase learning opportunities at every level. We’ll explore the top five learning trends in 2021 with the leaders at Zoom, Asana, Fivetran, Intercom, and The People Piece. 1. 2. 3. “Learning starts at the brain,” says Mikayla Posk, an industrial-organizational psychologist at The People Piece. 4. 5.

Scholarly Communication Scholarly communication can be defined as “the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use. The system includes both formal means of communication, such as publication in peer-reviewed journals, and informal channels, such as electronic listservs.” In an environment that is increasingly global, the ARL Scholarly Communication program encourages the advancement of effective, extensible, sustainable, and economically viable models of scholarly communication that provide barrier-free access to quality information. ARL also encourages initiatives for new modes of scholarship that demonstrate promise for the future. The program currently has the following components: Below are links to information and resources on key topics in scholarly communication.