February 24, 2014
Victor Pascual
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Data Visualisation: a discipline to make sense of scientific production

Data visualisation has become fashionable over the last few years: many newspapers such as the New York Times use it prominently in their articles, political parties and companies apply it as a communication tool and scientific articles regularly include it as part of their argumentation and analysis. Nevertheless, within many contexts data visualisation is still perceived as a "design tool" used to present and communicate data in a fancy way, closer related to word processing than to research per se. In ...
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October 9, 2013
Naël Desaldeleer
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Massification, globalisation and new technologies: higher education in the face of change

Higher Education has to evolve to be still fitted to our world. And one could reply that Higher Education always adapted itself. That’s for sure. But are we still in the context of an “ordinary” revolution, that can be answered with “ordinary” new ways, or does it imply a different scale of thinking anew? In this post, Naël tries to summarize the kind of challenges that Higher Education will have to face in the next years. The world is changing; in this ...
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