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Le Marquer Juliette

Le Marquer Juliette
Université de Lille · GERIICO Groupe d'Etudes et de Recherche Interdisciplinaire en Information et Communication - EA 4073

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Project
If the cultural heritage of the Nord-Pas de Calais mining basin is now considered as precious as the Great Pyramids of Egypt, it wasn’t the case before 2012. Saved in extremis from being destroyed to make some space for new industries, its immaterial heritage is still threatened. In an attempt to save and preserve it from extinction, this thesis, part of an ANR project (The French National Research Agency), focuses on converting endangered cultural heritage into numerical objects. The project, which started in 2016, has already gathered a large amount of data (pictures, records of testimonies, and videos) from what we call ‘individual memories’. However, even though preserving is crucial for a disappearing heritage, disseminating is also a key to its sustainability. The availability of the data on a website would not guarantee actual use or consultation. Thus, it is essential for us to design new mediations for a delineated public. Our work focuses on stakekeholders, such as professors and engineers, whose works and activities involve research about the mining basin
Project
If the cultural heritage of the Nord-Pas de Calais mining basin is now considered as precious as the Great Pyramids of Egypt, it wasn’t the case before 2012. Saved in extremis from being destroyed to make some space for new industries, its immaterial heritage is still threatened. In an attempt to save and preserve it from extinction, this thesis, part of an ANR project (The French National Research Agency), focuses on converting endangered cultural heritage into numerical objects. The project, which started in 2016, has already gathered a large amount of data (pictures, records of testimonies, and videos) from what we call ‘individual memories’. However, even though preserving is crucial for a disappearing heritage, disseminating is also a key to its sustainability. The availability of the data on a website would not guarantee actual use or consultation. Thus, it is essential for us to design new mediations for a delineated public. Our work focuses on stakekeholders, such as professors and engineers, whose works and activities involve research about the mining basin. This article will reflect on the project itself, the questions it brought, and the methodology we will use.