L'ouverture en question : quand des universités ouvertes se redéfinissent à l'ère de la globalisation numérique

Abstract : This thesis explores the variations of digital globalization within distance-learning systems. It studies the specific case of open universities in different countries. These systems, which generally provide access to post-secondary education with no prior requirement for admissions, develop educational programs on a massive scale. These programs, located in many countries, are predominantly active in Asia and most particularly in the Commonwealth. This example allows us to adopt a comparative perspective in an area that is not typically explored through Francophone research. Through the analysis of interviews contrasted to institutional discourses, the thesis presents a methodology qualifying the digital transition in eight open universities of the world: Africa, Europe and Asia. It proposes a model for understanding the transformations experienced in these distance-learning organizations within a global perspective (MOTION). This model provides a description of the dynamics within a system’s evolution process and anticipate future evolutions.
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Emilie Remond. L'ouverture en question : quand des universités ouvertes se redéfinissent à l'ère de la globalisation numérique. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambresis, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017VALE0039⟩. ⟨tel-01687221⟩

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