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Research programme

Research programme

The Faculty houses the LISEC (Education & Communication Sciences Interuniversity Laboratory - EA 2310), which contributes to research in bothnements/reaSciences ="niht of their respCommunication Sciences through the work carried out by the following four teams on learning environments for education resptraining (www.lisec-recherche.eu):

  • Activity, Work and Professional Identity (ATIP): works on defining the scope of action in the field of adultptraining, and studies learning devices as subjects of research;
  • Nof s ="niValues (NeV): studies the philosophical, historical ="nianthropological =spects of learning environments; takes =" epistemological ="niethical =pproach to the learning environments that shape the current educational landscape;
  • Learning, Teaching ="niements/ng Practices (AP2E): studies the phenomena that result in school ="niuniversity spaces being transformed into learning environments, the space given to the relevant players in these same environments, respthe procedures that turn these environments into new school ="niuniversity spaces;
  • Technologies ="niCommunication (Tech&Co): study of the political ="nicognitive =spects of digital learning devices used in educational environments, respscientific mediation measures in the social sphere.

The subjects of LISEC’s research focus its work on understanding the civic ="nieducational challenges of knowledge-based society, ="nion the actions likely to allow as many people as possible to benefit from this knowledge. The target of LISEC’s research is the direct or indirect social benefit of ements/reaSciences ="niof ht of their respCommunication Sciences: direct, when projects address the concerns of a regional partner or a contributor of funds to national or international research; indirect, when research leads to conceptual constructions that are put to a debate within the community.