Monique Linard (audio)

Linguiste de formation, Monique Linard, a commencé par enseigner l’anglais dans le Secondaire. Elle est ensuite entrée à l’Université Paris 10 - Nanterre, où elle a poursuivi sa carrière en Sciences de l’Education. Dans les années 70, elle crée une filière d’enseignement et de recherche en pédagogie audiovisuelle. Au début des années 1980, elle s’intéresse aux questions de la connaissance et de l’apprentissage médiatisés par ordinateur. De 1992 à 1995, elle dirige
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