WG RECIHC brainstorming results on 2 examples of reading experiences

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1. image

1.1. group 4

1.1.1. rapporteur 7 points jean-francois = author context information caption ? method already there ? introduce a character ? anonymous levels of engagement in reading examples way of reading => full european vocabulary language scripto-visual need of semiotic tools necessity of a category datas around the object context zooming in as a method image recognition tool ? readable environment framed images in front of the cinema but least apparent sign H2020 reading objects => in the vogue challenges reading & writing in public space photographs in press languages as sthg breaking the barriers in Europe collective & metareading experiences

1.1.2. remarks illeteracy ? reader or flaneur ?

1.2. group 5

1.2.1. rapporteur need of definitions what is a reader ? what is a reading experience ? most of the time connected to reading experience described in texts is this image a reading experience ? context who took it ? when ? 1. describing picture lack the context in the street, public determine if the subject is a man

1.2.2. remarks "modes" of reading

1.3. group 6

1.3.1. image important to have the reader inside the image ? having a book in a hand isn't enough to char

1.3.2. what type of doc ?

1.3.3. what is being read ?

1.3.4. where ?

1.3.5. when ?

1.3.6. how ?

1.3.7. need of broad categories

1.3.8. direction of reading top/down left to right

1.3.9. intentional or incidental reading ?

2. letter from Stevenson

2.1. group 1

2.1.1. rapporteur stepping back at a different level network of ppl related to Stevenson through letters reference information make it useful links to database languages & dialects in the letter referenced in the writing physical descriptions colours portrait material public private "living book" how to deal with this expression ? advisor vocabulary ? personal professional tricker informations quotations repeated words "angel" references names author works date location places author genre

2.1.2. questions direct or indirect informations on the book structures or on a part need to specialized vocabularies

2.2. group 2

2.2.1. text rather difficult to understand

2.2.2. rapporteur relation between reader/writer intimacy, complicity friendship elegance presence of understatement peer exchange both readers both writers attitude describing this experience evaluation gratitude general reflexion on reading on the act itself not on a particular part describing the reading context

2.2.3. remarks lot of encoded informations we need to establish how to describe those meta informations about the reading exp

2.3. group 3

2.3.1. rapporteur letter necessary informations published ? handwritten or typewrited ? relationship between author & recipient complicity money if published bibliographical informations former existant analysis ? information in the document place implicit informations title of the text he's mentioning underlined parts vocabulary some words are CAPITALIZED other languages used by the reader using mixed languages inside a single document work on sources the group working must be multilingual, and multicultural => one must be native be able to understand implicit informations

2.3.2. remarks place if very precise informations, important to mention it

3. general remarks

3.1. we have not examine many supports

3.1.1. discuss reading

3.1.2. audio

3.1.3. ...

3.2. to answer the needs of material

3.2.1. leading to data fields

3.2.2. way to organize ourselves