There is a significant difference when you stand up in front of two hundred people to give a single presentation or a lecture, and when you stand up in front of ten trainees, for giving a three months course. Especially an ICT course, where much of the time you have to be clicking on the right place and not making mistakes, because people use to panic, when noticing red alert messages. This latter, compared to the first, feels more like a relationship - long lasting, well planned, with predicted results. And actually, a long lasting knowledge that has to come out of all that.
Monday was the first day of our Drupal Course, organised by Studio XX and given by myself. The first class is always a big question mark, since there are always surprises. This time, there was the uncertainty about the level of knowledge on Drupal by the participants, the language (English or French), the expectations. It is a question mark because it takes the first course to see the speed of learning of the participants and the time it takes for solving technical problems. This way, you know how to program the next sessions.
Drupal Camp approaching. This is just the right time, since I am migrating my website to Drupal. Also, I will be celebrating my birthday party on Friday evening... what a nice coincidence!
Internationalisation, documentation, Drupal 7, show and tells, and much more... Whether you are a user or a developer, accomplished or beginner, there will be something to satisfy your curiosity — because you decide on the program.
Deux séminaires donnés pas Christophe Lejeune un collègue de l’Université de Liège, spécialiste des méthodologies qualitatives, sociologue des sciences et développeur en logiciel libre. Il a développé le logiciel libre "Cassandre" qui permet l’analyse qualitative collective des données. Il viendra nous présenter ce logiciel à l’occasion de ce séminaire du 26 septembre.
Christophe Lejeune animera au LabCMO ce séminaire de 9h30 à midi le vendredi 26 septembre : "Quand l’analyse qualitative devient collective : le logiciel libre Cassandre"