Thesis of Valentin Lachand


Subject:
Models and tools from activity theory for the implementation of distributed learning situations.

Summary:

Learning activities are increasingly breaking disciplinary boundaries, and unfold in a variety of contexts: in the classroom, at home, in libraries, etc. They are also increasingly digitally mediated. However most tools used are application-centric, structure documents and resources in silos, are designed for a given device and context of use. My research focuses on proposing activity-centric approach to facilitate the orchestration of learning activities inside and outside of the classroom.


Advisor: Christine Michel
Coadvisor: Aurélien Tabard

Defense date: friday, november 6, 2020

Jury:
Mr Tchounikine PierreProfesseur(e)Université Grenoble AlpesRapporteur(e)
Mme Mackay WendyDirecteur(trice) de rechercheInria SaclayRapporteur(e)
Mr Kubicki SébastienMaître de conférenceENIBExaminateur​(trice)
Mr Dessus PhilippeProfesseur(e)Université Grenoble AlpesExaminateur​(trice)
Mme Laforest FrédériqueProfesseur(e)INSA LyonExaminateur​(trice)
Mme Michel ChristineProfesseur(e)Université de PoitiersDirecteur(trice) de thèse
Mr Tabard AurélienMaître de conférenceUniversité Lyon 1Co-directeur (trice)