The Centre for Open Electronic Publishing holds several training sessions for those who already have an academic blog and for researchers who wish to join Hypotheses. During one day, participants learn how to set up and customize their academic blog. Furthermore, the session gets onto scientific blog stakes and gives an overview of the practices in this domain, illustrated with several exemples.
- Hypotheses overview
- Opening a blog, first settings
- Blog’s editorial objects
- Publishing simple content
- Advanced settings
- Publishing complex content (insertion of objects)
- Wednesday, November 26th 2014 (URFIST, Paris)
- Friday, December 12th 2014 (URFIST, Paris)
- Wednesday, December 17th 2015 (MMSH, Aix-en-Provence)
- Tuesday, January 20th (EHESS, Paris)
- Friday, February 13th 2015 (MMSH, Aix-en-Provence)
- Monday, march 23th 2015 (EHESS, Paris)
- thursday, april 30th 2015 (EHESS, Paris)
- Wednesday, may 27th 2015 (EHESS, Paris)
- Wednesday, june 2nd 2015 (MMSH, Aix-en-Provence)
- Monday, june 22nd 2015 (EHESS, Paris)
NB: training sessions are free and will be runned from 10am to 5pm.
- EHESS (mail room), 105 boulevard Raspail – 75006 Paris, France
- URFIST 17, rue des Bernardins, 75005 Paris, France
- Aix-Marseille University, 3 place Victor Hugo – 13003 Marseille, France
- MMSH (first floor, mail room), 5 rue du château de l’Horloge – 13094 Aix-en-Provence, France
- Martin Clavey, scientific mediation officer for Hypothèses ;
- François Pacaud, editorial implementation officer for Hypothèses ;
- Céline Guilleux, scientific validation officer for Hypothèses ;
- Karim Hammou, , sociologist, research engineer at the CNRS. Editor-in-chief of the online research notebook Sur un son rap ;
- Loïc Le Pape, sociologist, research engineer at the IDEMEC. Editor-in-chief of the online research notebook The politics of religion.
If you want to join a session, you just need to fill out the online form (having a blog or even intending to have one is not mandatory for this).