Some Principles of the Durability of the Informative Professional Practices

Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 552)

Abstract

The objective of this contribution is to develop the premises of an organization of the durability of the practices of information in professional context. We shall try to produce some key elements to begin the consideration of a design that accompanies the durability of the practices of information in professional context. To do it, this contribution will compare an analysis of a corpus on the fundamental question of the durability, with a set of elements which we collected from conversations and analyses on information systems with architects specializing in eco-construction in Aquitaine. Even though these actors in the sector of eco-constructive architecture (architects, engineers, suppliers, manufacturers), have already established informative practices, they still tend to organize and keep the information in a limited, sporadic, sometimes even risky and disjointed ways.

Keywords

Sustainability Pactice of information Professional community Eco-constructive architecture Support of the knowledge 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.IMS UMR 5218 RUDIIBordeaux UniversityBordeauxFrance

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