Collaborative technologies and tools for transindividuation

26, March 2010  |  Published : Research  | 

IRI leads series of research and experimentations to explore the concept of « Signed and collaborative readings » which associate annotating techniques from the books and paper-based media which do not exist yet on the web, and new paradigms for collaborative work enabled by very fast networks.

An important aspect of that work is the conception of technologies which follow, update and administer the exchanges, debates and polemics which come from the collaboration of annotating agents, in the medium previously described. This research axis covers all technologies of psychological and collective individuation trhough the use of active reading (reading/writing), those transcription tools which enable to transform oral speech to a written form, and the tools to manage the circles of listeners and critics which receive and enrich this information.

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