Educmap Seminar in Lyon, France

The Educmap project — financed by the French government — has the goal of better understanding the scientific communities implicated in the research on education by using an exploratory scientometric analysis method. The project is coordinated by Luc Trouche and Olivier Rey from the French Education Institute (IFE) at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Lyon (ENS) and includes Marie Gaussel (IFE), Pablo Jensen and Sébastian Grauwin (Institute of Complexity in Lyon), Kris Lund (ICAR Research lab at ENS), Heisawn Jeong (visiting scholar to ICAR) and Emmanuelle Picard and Solenn Huitric (LARHRA Research lab at ENS).

There have been two sessions so far in June 2014 and October 2014 and another session is programmed for December 2014. You can find slides and videos at the link below (some in English, some in French).

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