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This article focuses on the challenge that could be broadly termed as ‘the digitisation of academic work’. However, this article stresses the concrete composition of academic work without making any general presumptions regarding how the university looks at present. The article concludes that it makes not much sense any more to talk about academic practice in terms of humans or non-humans, material or digital, etc. Instead, perhaps it makes more sense to speak of actors in academic practice as being human-digital.
Updated: Jul. 23, 2014
In this article, the author attempts to show how French disciplinary didactiques were created and have developed. At the beginning, nobody could forecast the future and whether the didactiques would one day be recognised by the academic and instructional systems. The French didactiques are strongly based on school subject matters.
Updated: Feb. 03, 2008