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Sociologie du Web : Civilisation 2.0 et Intelligence collective



Social networks are moving more than ever the organization of knowledge and information. With the spread of the conversation and the arrival of new social media, the web saw his second chapter 2.0. This course introduces to the new situation and summarizes the directions in which the "raw material" 2.0 is changing.

Condensed light on current issues of the participatory web, the education offered alternate between tiny objects ('like', tag clouds) and huge objects, ideological and economic (empowerment, social Web, the Big data). To assist in strategic decision making, the course is accompanied by a set of interviews that were conducted within the Silicon Valley ecosystem around its main themes. You can explore the different looks for patterns and French analysts the most prominent of the social web in the United States: Freddy Mini (widgets), Dominique Piotet (RebellionLab, essayist, co-author of Alchemy of Hosts with Francis Pisani ), Carlos Diaz (Kwarte and leader of the movement Pigeon), Guillaume Decugis (ScoopIt).

Around the course, a clear and comprehensive educational course has been developed with multiple assessments, determined according to the profile of each.

Taught by

Jean-Édouard André

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