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Professionnal development with digital practices and collective intelligence

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This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Higher Education Learning Methodologies and Technologies Online, HELMeTO 2020, held in Bari, Italy, September 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the conference was held online. In our chapter, we propose a four-voice reflection on forms of collective intelligence based on the work carried out within the IDEKI network and various research projects. This work links research to the dimensions of real professional activity by crossing the orientations in didactics and the fields of professionalization, construction of professionalism, accompaniment and professional development. We will focus on two different professional communities and the analysis of their practices and the impact on the professional development of the actors. First, school nurses who work with digital professional tools, secondly, librarian-teachers who develop digital writing practices in blogs.
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Muriel Frisch, Jean-Marc Paragot, Simon Joseph Ndi Mena, Victoria Meyer. Professionnal development with digital practices and collective intelligence. Agrati, L.S., Burgos, D., Ducange, P., Limone, P., Perla, L., Picerno, P., Raviolo, P., Stracke, C.M. (Eds.). Bridges and Mediation in Higher Distance Education. Second International Workshop, Helmeto 2020, Bari, BA, Italy, September 17-18 2020, Springer International Publishing, pp.32-36, 2021, 978-3030674342. ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-67435-9⟩. ⟨hal-03323360⟩
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