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Tour d'horizon de divers domaines professionnels en émergence dans le monde des sciences de l'information, et leur utilité pour le monde médiatique.

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  • 1. Les rles des professionnels de linformation dans le passage des mdias vers le numrique
    Prsentation de Vincent Audette-Chapdelaine offerte dans le cadre de la table ronde
    Avenir du journalisme, de l'information et des produits mdiatiques
    tenue le 4 novembre 2010 au Congrs des milieux documentaires du Qubec
    Blogue: infogramme.org / Twitter: @vincentac / vincentac@espacestempsmontreal.org
  • 2. Journalisme
    Le journalismeestl'activit qui consistecollecter, rassembler, vrifier et commenter des faits pour les porter l'attention du public travers les mdias. - Wikipdia
  • 3. readwriteweb.com/archives/link_journalism.php
  • 4. Mise en valeur des archives
  • 5. timesmachine.nytimes.com
  • 6. bbc.co.uk/archive
  • 7. radio-canada.ca/archives
  • 8. Architecture de linformation
    Art et science de l'organisation du contenu d'un site Web afind'engarantirl'utilisabilit et la reprabilit. - IAI
  • 9. Comment garantir lutilisabilit?
  • 10. nytimes.com, ledevoir.com, lemonde.fr, cyberpresse.ca
  • 11. cnn.com, bbc.co.uk
  • 12. Comment garantir la reprabilit?
  • 13. time.com
  • 14. prototype.nytimes.com/customFeeds/
  • 15. Comment dcrire une nouvelle?
  • 16. Martin Moore, Director of Media Standards Trust, independent non-profit R&D news org (London/Oxford based)
    Citation: http://mediastandardstrust.blogspot.com/2010/03/why-news-organizations-should-try.html
  • 17. Tags have a deceiving simplicity that hides their complexity as a taxonomic concept.
    Relationships are closer to the way journalists think about their writing. Relationships are a direct answer to the question what is this story about? Because theyre more intuitive than tags, theyre actually harder to mess up.
    Stijn Debrouwere, Architecte de linformation belge
    Citation: http://mediastandardstrust.blogspot.com/2010/03/why-news-organizations-should-try.html
  • 18. One day in the future, a journalist might walk in and ask Wouldnt it be really cool if we could create a map of all our restaurant reviews and allow people to filter by the kind of food they offer and by price?
    Stijn Debrouwere, Architecte de linformation belge
    Citation: http://stdout.be/2010/we-are-in-the-information-business/
  • 19. data.nytimes.com
  • 20. 10 reasons why news organizations should bump linked data up their priority list:
    1. Linked data can boost SEO (search engine optimization)
    2. Linked data allows others to link to your site much more easily
    3. Helps you build services based on your content
    4. Enables other people to build services based on your content that you could profit from
    5. Allows you to link direct to source
    6. Helps journalists with their work
    7. Throws bait over the paywall
    8. Makes data associated with your content dynamic
    9. Start defining news events in linked data now and you could become a canonical reference point (CRP)
    10. Raises the platform for all
    Martin Moore, Director of Media Standards Trust, independent non-profit R&D news org (London/Oxford based)
    Citation: http://mediastandardstrust.blogspot.com/2010/03/why-news-organizations-should-try.html
  • 21. Design de linteraction
    Le design de l'interactiondfinit le comportement de produits et services interactifs, dansl'objectif de crer des expriences riches entre les utilisateurs et les systmesd'informationqu'ilsutilisent. - IxDA
  • 22. bbc.co.uk
  • 23. timespeople.nytimes.com
  • 24. Design de lexprienceutilisateur
    Qualit de l'exprienced'unepersonne pendant son interaction avec un produit, un lieu, un site Web, ou quoi quesoit qui est le fruit d'un design pralable. - IAI
  • 25. Lecteur, ou utilisateur?
  • 26. Traditionally, newspaper publishing was a one-way street: Reporters reported, editors edited, and readers read. () These days it seems like most everyone is part writer, part reader, part editor. Were constantly looking for ways to broaden and deepen those relationships. So while reading articles is still a big part of what most people do with the Times, user seems like a more inclusive term for the range of ways people engage with us online.
    Alex Wright, Director of User Experience and Product Research at The New York Times
    Citation: johnnyholland.org/2009/07/02/alex-wright/
  • 27. Khoi Vinh, Former design director at NYTimes.com
    subtraction.com/2010/09/15/thoughts-on-news-and-user-experience
  • 28. Khoi Vinh, Former design director at NYTimes.com
    subtraction.com/2010/09/15/thoughts-on-news-and-user-experience
  • 29. Design de linformation
    Alorsquel'architecture de l'informationpermet de reprerl'information, le design de l'informationpermet de la comprendre. Le design de l'informations'appuiesur des principes de design afin de traduire des donnes complexes et non structures en de l'informationcomprhensible de valeur. - IAI
  • 30. projects.nytimes.com/crime/homicides/map
  • 31. Gestion des connaissances
    La gestion des connaissancesestl'ensemble des initiatives, des mthodes et des techniques permettant de percevoir, d'identifier, d'analyser, d'organiser, de mmoriser, et de partager des connaissances entre les membres des organisations. - Wikipdia
  • 32. Audience Insight Repository (projet), publicinsightnetwork.org
  • 33. publish2.com
  • 34. Recherche et dveloppement
  • 35. nytimes.com/services/mobile/apps
  • 36. timesreader.nytimes.