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Montrer la science en train de se faire par les écrits scientifiques

Abstract : The image of science among young people is far from the "science in action" that sociologists of science have described and theorized. With the aim of giving the keys to that uncertain and chaotic world, we drew from the wealth oflibraries to present a ludic picture ofscientific writings: laboratory notebooks, scientific or popular science articles, PhD thesis, patents... This workshop was held several times and we report here on this experience, from both practical and theoretical perspectives.
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Antoine Blanchard, Bénédicte Wenden. Montrer la science en train de se faire par les écrits scientifiques. Didaskalia (Paris), Institut national de recherche pédagogique, 2008, 32, pp.185-199. ⟨halshs-01247959⟩

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