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Born-digital objects: transformations and new documentary challenges?

Les objets nativement numériques : transformations et nouveaux enjeux documentaires ?

Revue « Balisages »

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Published on Tuesday, February 19, 2019 by Céline Guilleux

Summary

Balisages, la nouvelle revue de recherche en open access de l'École nationale supérieure des sciences de l'information et des bibliothèques (Enssib), dont le premier numéro paraîtra en décembre 2019, lance son premier appel à articles : les objets nativement numériques : transformations et nouveaux enjeux documentaires ? Balisages a pour vocation d’accueillir des travaux de recherche à l’intersection des sciences de l’information, de la communication et des bibliothèques et de l’anthropologie des savoirs et des connaissances. Un champ de recherche foisonnant à appréhender, entre balises numériques et balises sémiotiques, qui touche aussi bien au document qu’aux données, au papier qu’au numérique comme aux tensions qui les travaillent.

Announcement

Call for papers N°1 - Balisages, Enssib’s new online journal

Presentation

Is the concept of ‘‘document’’ still valid in a structurally unstable digital context that is continuously changing?  Special issue coordinated by Benoît Epron (HEG Genève), Nathalie Pinède (Université de Bordeaux Montaigne, MICA) and Agnieszka Tona (ENSSIB, ELICO - Université de Lyon).

Balisages is at the intersection of information, communication and library sciences, as well as an open anthropology (in the sense of a glance and not a discipline) of knowledge. A field that must therefore be mapped between digital and semiotic markers (« balises » in French), to promote or stimulate innovative intelligence on issues that affect both the document and the data, paper and digital as well as the forces that affect them.

Schedule

  • 15th June 2019 : submission of manuscripts for peer-review

  • 15th September 2019 : referees’ reports
  • 1st November 2019 : receipt of final versions of manuscripts
  • December 2019 : publication of the 1st issue of the journal Balisages

Guidelines for authors

Submissions in both French and English are welcome. The texts must be approximately 40,000 characters long (including spaces). Authors are encouraged to comply with the guidelines concerning the formatting of the text and the standardisation of bibliographic references (see submission guidelines on website). Manuscripts will be subject to 2 blind peer reviews.

Article proposals should be sent to the three coordinators of this special issue, Benoît Epron (benoit.epron@hesge.ch), Nathalie Pinède (Nathalie.Pinede@u-bordeaux-montaigne.fr) and Agnieszka Tona (agnieszka.tona@enssib.fr

Date(s)

  • Saturday, June 15, 2019

Keywords

  • numérique, document, digital, documentary, documentaire

Contact(s)

  • Nathalie Pinède
    courriel : nathalie [dot] pinede [at] u-bordeaux-montaigne [dot] fr
  • Benoît Epron
    courriel : benoit [dot] epron [at] hesge [dot] ch
  • Pascal Robert
    courriel : pascal [dot] robert [at] enssib [dot] fr
  • Catherine Muller
    courriel : catherine [dot] muller [at] enssib [dot] fr
  • Agnieszka Tona
    courriel : agnieszka [dot] tona [at] enssib [dot] fr

Reference Urls

Information source

  • Catherine Muller
    courriel : catherine [dot] muller [at] enssib [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Born-digital objects: transformations and new documentary challenges? », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, https://calenda.org/563337

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