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E-science, E-research and E-learning: New Perspectives for Graduate Studies

Abstract : The quality of education for doctoral students is closely linked to the quality of the research they undertake. Benefiting from technological advances, new distributed and collaborative research practices can be witnessed. The concept of e-science has emerged and evolved to the concept of e-research. These concepts bring about a new research philosophy and the notion of collaboratory. Our research project aims to develop a renewed doctoral training approach and to facilitate researchers' adoption of new research practices which will then be reinvested in the training of future researchers. Three general objectives have been defined: the rethinking of instructional model and objectives of doctoral training, the development of new technology-enhanced research practices and their reinvestment in graduate studies, and the development of approaches and methodological tools to support the preceding objectives. This paper presents the results of the first of a three year project.
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France Henri, François Bédard, Nicola Hagemeister, Ghislain Lévesque, Boualem Kadri, et al.. E-science, E-research and E-learning: New Perspectives for Graduate Studies. E-Learn 2007: “World Conference of E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education”, 2007, Québec, Canada. pp.944-949. ⟨hal-00257167⟩



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