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Les compétences numériques en archéologie : un défi majeur et des risques de déni

Abstract : In the face of the digital skills injunctions that have been imposed on archaeologists for some forty years, as in many other professional domains, the author discusses the possibility of denial processes when archaeologists, accordingly, are forced to adopt digital devices and change their professional practices. After recalling the general principles of a “digital revolution” situated between a positivist vision and an ideology of communication, the author successively discusses its consequences on the new skills to be acquired by archaeologists and on their practices linked to the use of digital tools. The risks of rejection of these new obligations by some archaeologists are explained. Faced with these complex and multifaceted processes, professional archaeological institutions must provide responses that respect individuals in the diversity of their skills, practices and subjectivity.
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Christophe Tuffery. Les compétences numériques en archéologie : un défi majeur et des risques de déni. ¿ Interrogations ? Revue pluridisciplinaire de sciences humaines et sociales, Interrogations, 2019, Autour du déni, 28. ⟨hal-02380894⟩

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