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See detailMOOC et classes inversées ou cours magistraux. Données générales .
Hanzen, Christian ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 11)

Cette conférence avait pour objectif de conscientiser des enseignants universitaires aux potentialités offertes par les MOOC et la classe inversée pour favoriser l'apprentissage des apprenants.

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See detailProtection contre le licenciement en matière de harcèlement, charge de la preuve et notification du congé
Linguelet, Renaud ULiege

in Revue de Jurisprudence de Liège, Mons et Bruxelles (2017)

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See detailRadicalisation violente des jeunes : vers une compréhension des processus pour guider nos interventions
Glowacz, Fabienne ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

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See detailL’ethnopharmacologie, à l’origine de nombreux médicaments
Frederich, Michel ULiege

Conference (2017, November 10)

L’ethnopharmacologie peut être définie comme « l’étude scientifique interdisciplinaire des matières d’origine végétale, animale ou minérale, et des savoirs et pratiques s’y rattachant, que les sociétés ... [more ▼]

L’ethnopharmacologie peut être définie comme « l’étude scientifique interdisciplinaire des matières d’origine végétale, animale ou minérale, et des savoirs et pratiques s’y rattachant, que les sociétés mettent en œuvre à des fins thérapeutiques, curatives, préventives ou diagnostiques ». De nombreux médicaments indispensables aujourd’hui sont issus de ces connaissances traditionnelles : on peut citer par exemple l’universelle Aspirine®, provenant du saule, ou la quinine, médicament du paludisme, issu du quinquina Sud-Américain. Aujourd’hui encore, selon l’OMS, 80% de la population mondiale a recourt, en première intention, aux plantes médicinales pour se soigner. Néanmoins, ces connaissances traditionnelles sont aujourd’hui menacées, que ce soit pour des raisons d’appauvrissement de la biodiversité, ou de déstructuration des sociétés et des connaissances traditionnelles. 1. Fleurentin, J. Traditions thérapeutiques et médecine de demain. 2011. Editions Ouest-France. [less ▲]

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See detailImplementation of "Parler-Bambin" preventive program in the multilingual and multicultural context of nurseries/daycares in Lebanon
Moitel ép Messarra, Camille ULiege; Maillart, Christelle ULiege

Poster (2017, November 10)

This project is targeting prevention programs for language and communication difficulties in nurseries in Lebanon. More specifically, it will explore the implementation of a preventive program to enhance ... [more ▼]

This project is targeting prevention programs for language and communication difficulties in nurseries in Lebanon. More specifically, it will explore the implementation of a preventive program to enhance language skills in early childhood, and to specify the role of the Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) in this implementation. There is a growing consensus among researchers and clinicians that abilities acquired at an early age, especially in oral language, are predictive of children's academic performance and future social integration (Zorman, 2011). Preventive actions are increasingly recognized as a priority to improve public health worldwide (Law et al., 2013). In Lebanon, an ongoing national program (MHPSS 2015-2021 - MHPSS, Preventive and Curative, Ministry of Public Health, 2015) is taking part of this kind of healthcare development. Aims: Thus, taking into account some variables that affect the implementation process (environment communities, providers, prevention delivery system and the prevention support system), the aims of this project are 1) to study the feasibility of a preventive program model, that partners Speech and Language Therapist and educators or caregivers in daycare and nurseries, to facilitate language and communication in Lebanese toddlers (under 3 years old), 2) determine the success factors of the implementation. It will be based on a French program “Parler Bambin”, which is currently widely developed in France. Method: The first study will focus on the factors of engagement of different stakeholders in a prevention program: firstly, by identifying the professionals involved in nurseries in Lebanon and then identifying the characteristics of these stakeholders in diverse childcares. Data will be gathered through a questionnaire constructed or adapted from existing questionnaires for this purpose (eg, Preschool Teacher Literacy Beliefs Questionnaire [TBQ], Hindman and Wasik, 2008). Similarly, the questionnaires will address SLT’s representations about their role in supporting language in nurseries. Nominal groups or focus groups (Baribeau and Germain, 2010) and questionnaires will be also carried out to identify the facilitators of this kind of preventive actions and the specific needs of SLTs in preventive settings. A second phase will target the implementation process itself: adapting and implementing a preventive intervention, while taking into consideration implementation aspects. We will find out major variables that are worthy for the program’s implementation, by measuring its fidelity (dosage, quantity, intervention strength, quality, participant responsiveness, program differentiation, etc.), also using videos and direct coaching sessions. Pre and posttest measures will be applied on children (MCDI -The MacArthur communicative development inventories, Fenson et al., 1996; Questionnaire for parents of bilingual children LITMUS-PABIQ, COST IS0804, validation in Lebanon, Tuller 2015). Finally, following the pilot study, the implementation of the adapted program will be proposed according to different execution modalities to support its implementation: with a direct or indirect involvement of an SLT. It will be tested more widely, with particular focus on the role of the speech therapist. Evaluation measures similar to those presented in Phase 2 will be carried out. Expected results: This project will highlight the added value of speech therapy in setting up a prevention program. It also participates in the elaboration of a national strategic framework for the Speech and Language Therapy [less ▲]

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See detailTeacher-SLT co-intervention program to support language in kindergartens in Lebanon: methodology, procedures and measures
El Kouba, Edith ULiege; Maillart, Christelle ULiege

Poster (2017, November 10)

Background: The aim of this project is to develop a co-intervention program, lead by a teacher and an SLT, to support oral language in preschoolers in the Lebanese context (multicultural, multilingual ... [more ▼]

Background: The aim of this project is to develop a co-intervention program, lead by a teacher and an SLT, to support oral language in preschoolers in the Lebanese context (multicultural, multilingual). Actually, there is a growing consensus, that efforts to enhance children’s early language skills, can improve their reading skills and long-term academic achievement. However, some children are at risk of delays due to diverse environments (e.g. low socioeconomic status), and impoverished language and literacy experiences. Thus, international recommendations highlight the necessity for SLTs to conceptualize their intervention, according to community based needs, focusing on primary prevention for early communication and language difficulties, given their later impact on social and professional integration (Law 2013). Aims: In line with the recommendations of the Ministry of Public Health in Lebanon (Mental Health program services MHPSS, preventive and curative, Ministry of Public Health, 2015), the purpose of the project is to support language skills in preschoolers by adapting, implementing and analyzing co-intervention program that partners early childhood educators along with SLTs. Methods: First, we will identify the beliefs, representations and expectations of the different stakeholders (teachers, speech-language pathologists, school principals) through questionnaires and interviews among the diverse Lebanese school contexts in order to 1) identify the knowledge and 2) gather their expectations in the area of support and prevention for language difficulties in kindergarten. Second, the project aims to identify the quality of teacher-child interaction, considered as one of the primary mechanism that foster the development of child’s language competences. It is commonly assessed by using the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS-K; Pianta, La Paro, & Hamre, 2008). Ten dimensions will be considered: climate (positive or negative), teacher sensitivity, children's perspectives, behavior management, productivity, teaching practices and learning formats, concept Development, quality of feedback provided to the child, and linguistic modeling. Finally, we will design a co-intervention program that is the most consistent with the contextual, cultural and linguistic diversity in Lebanon. Two intervention settings will be addressed and compared: 1) a co-intervention with an SLT including direct coaching, and video-retroactions and 2) an implementation of the program led by the teacher after a training provided by an SLT. We will collect information about children’s bilingual environment through the Parental Bilingual Questionnaire (PABIQ-LITMUS, COST Action IS804), and we will evaluate interactions through CLASS-K (Pianta, La Paro, & Hamre, 2008), pre and post evaluation. Children's language skills will be measured through: ELO-L (Zebib, Khomsi, Henry, Messarra, & Kouba Hreich, Lebanon Tests Editions, 2017). Moreover, measurements of the fidelity of program’s implementation (dosage, adhesion, quality of the interactions, responsiveness) will also be carried out. Results: The expected results are intended to demonstrate to which extent an intervention program, to enhance communication and language skills, carried out jointly by teachers and speech therapists, would be more effective than a program delivered without the intervention of SLTs. The intervention of speech-language pathologists would thus have a more effective impact on the teachers' practices and the language skills of the children. This would justify the primary role of SLTs in indirect interventions in preschools in Lebanon. [less ▲]

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See detailStrongly interacting dark matter doesn't explain the DAMA signal
Laletin, Maxim ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 10)

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See detailCharles de Méan, le Papinien liégeois
Lagasse, Benoît ULiege

Doctoral thesis (2017)

La thèse tend à déterminer si Charles de Méan, surnommé le Papinien liégeois, mérite ce surnom signifiant qu'il a été le plus grand jurisconsulte qu'ait connu la principauté de Liège. Pour ce faire, elle ... [more ▼]

La thèse tend à déterminer si Charles de Méan, surnommé le Papinien liégeois, mérite ce surnom signifiant qu'il a été le plus grand jurisconsulte qu'ait connu la principauté de Liège. Pour ce faire, elle tend à étudier une partie de son oeuvre majeure, les Observationes et res judicatae ad jus civile Leodiensium, Romanorum, aliarumque gentium canonicum et feudale. Par ailleurs, la thèse met en exergue la spécificité du droit liégeois et tend à déterminer les influcences subies par ce droit. [less ▲]

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See detailLe corps, le territoire et le temps du sujet borderline
Englebert, Jérôme ULiege

Conference (2017, November 09)

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See detailLe jeu vidéo : pas si méchant. Des stéréotypes à la réalité
Krywicki, Boris ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

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See detailRédiger en langue étrangère à l’université : des représentations à l’évaluation des pratiques scripturales
Meunier, Deborah ULiege

Conference (2017, November 09)

Le champ des littéracies universitaires (Blaser et Pollet, 2010 ; Delcambre et Lahanier-Reuter, 2010) prend pour objet d’étude les normes génériques, textuelles, pragmatiques des écrits produits à ... [more ▼]

Le champ des littéracies universitaires (Blaser et Pollet, 2010 ; Delcambre et Lahanier-Reuter, 2010) prend pour objet d’étude les normes génériques, textuelles, pragmatiques des écrits produits à l’université, mais aussi celle des représentations associées aux pratiques de lecture et d’écriture. Au-delà de la maitrise du code linguistique d’enseignement, les étudiants doivent acquérir des compétences discursives liées aux genres écrits et oraux auxquels ils sont confrontés durant leur cursus (cours magistral, séminaire, exposé, résumé, compte-rendu, rapport, travail de fin d’études,…). Nous verrons quels sont les défis que pose la maitrise des genres de discours universitaires écrits en français pour les étudiants non francophones : comment se fait l’acculturation à une écriture heuristique pour un étudiant qui apprend dans une langue étrangère ? Quelles sont les représentations (explicites ou implicites) des normes génériques activées par les enseignants (par ex. via les consignes) ? Et quelle(s) posture(s) adopter lorsqu’on doit évaluer des productions écrites en langue étrangère quand la langue (française) n’est pas objet d’enseignement ? A partir d’une analyse de discours d’enseignants en Sciences humaines, nous ferons le point sur les représentations et les normes qui régissent les pratiques et les défis actuels du français sur objectifs universitaires, en particulier lorsqu’on est face à des profils d’apprenants plurilingues et mobiles. [less ▲]

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See detailDesign of a hydraulic nozzle with a narrow droplet size distribution
De Cock, Nicolas ULiege

Doctoral thesis (2017)

Nowadays, pesticides use is necessary to satisfy the growing demand for agricultural products. During pesticide spray application, the agricultural mixture containing the active ingredient is fragmented ... [more ▼]

Nowadays, pesticides use is necessary to satisfy the growing demand for agricultural products. During pesticide spray application, the agricultural mixture containing the active ingredient is fragmented to a cloud of droplets of various sizes and speeds. The droplet size distribution within the spray affects the efficiency of the treatment. According to the target, a specific droplet size should be used. However, hydraulic nozzles usually used in field application produce sprays with a wide droplet size distribution containing an important proportion of small or too large droplets. This results in non-optimal application and therefore losses of product into the environment. This statement conducted the research as early as in the 60’s to create the rotary atomizer. This device is able to produce narrow droplet size distribution using Plateau-Rayleigh break up mechanism. The characteristics of the produced spray by the rotary atomiser can be tuned by adjusting the rotational speed and the volumetric flow rate. Although offering agronomic and environmental qualities this has not met success for the application of plant protection products in field crops because of their cost, size and complexity. The aim of the thesis was the design of a hydraulic nozzle with the rotary atomizer qualities and without the constraints of rotating parts. Unlike the rotary atomizer which has two control variables, the developed hydraulic nozzle will have a narrower operating range, thus a specific geometry has to be design for each kind of treatment. The new hydraulic nozzle design is composed by an inlet pipe ending perpendiculary on a plate. There is a thin opening at the junction between the pipe and the plate. The edge of the plate is constituted of channels formed by structures. These channels aim to divide the liquid sheet in multiple jets. The breakup of these jets into droplets generate a narrow droplet size distribution. The thesis can been seen as a roadmap providing design tools at each step starting from the determination of an optimal droplet size according to the kind of treatment and ending with a nozzle geometry. The prediction of the optimal droplet size according to the treatment was done using integrated modelling approach of the spray transport and retention by the plant. As each spray requires a specific nozzle geometry, an analytical model of the flow on the nozzle was developed. This model allows the determination of geometry according to the desired spray. Finally, a prototype of nozzle has been built. The measurement of the spray characteristics of the prototype was realized using a developed high-speed imaging technique providing the droplet size and speed. The prototype showed results in term of narrowing of the droplet size distribution. [less ▲]

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See detailImpacts de contaminations sur la végétation et la faune du sol
Liénard, Amandine ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

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See detailFrom Gasoline Alley to Walt & Skeezix. Layers of Autobiography in Frank King's Comic Strip Reprints
Crucifix, Benoît ULiege

Conference (2017, November 09)

This paper focuses on Jeet Heer and Chris Ware’s D+Q reprints of Frank King’s original 1920s-1930s newspaper comic strip, suggesting that the paratext of these 21st-century editions provide an ... [more ▼]

This paper focuses on Jeet Heer and Chris Ware’s D+Q reprints of Frank King’s original 1920s-1930s newspaper comic strip, suggesting that the paratext of these 21st-century editions provide an “autobiographical reading” of the comic strip. Heer and Ware thus participate in the retrospective integration of Frank King’s comic strip within the autobiographical paradigm dominating the graphic novel. In doing so, the reprints acknowledge how King adapted to the cultural and commercial constraints of the newspaper strip to produce an indirect form of life-writing. [less ▲]

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See detailArt Brut et bande dessinée : influences, convergences et sympathies
Dejasse, Erwin ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 09)

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See detail“Who Cares for those who Cared? Global Social Protection Arrangements Between Europe and Latin America”.
Vivas Romero, Maria ULiege

Conference (2017, November 09)

Belgium recently experienced an economic and political crisis. This context has reinforced the historical restrictive migratory approach while promoting policies that aim at restraining migration through ... [more ▼]

Belgium recently experienced an economic and political crisis. This context has reinforced the historical restrictive migratory approach while promoting policies that aim at restraining migration through the control of social provisions. In such an environment migrant families are categorized as an intolerable burden for the state (Lafleur and Stanek forthcoming). Evidently, these measures affected migrant family’s access to health-care, education, pension schemes and increased their unemployment rates (Castanheira et al. 2014; Pignal 2012). Nevertheless, it also drove them to diversify their resources to access social protection while negotiating them in sending, receiving and in-between countries. This paper tackles this last argument and explores the post-crisis strategies Peruvian and Colombian migrant families use to access global social protection arrangements while negotiating their access to informal and formal resources in a variety of countries in Europe and Latin America. Nonetheless, it also depicts emerging or transforming inequalities in their strategies. Global Social Protection arrangements are defined as strategies that migrants learn to put together through their life course to cope with social risks in areas such as: health-, long-term care, pensions or unemployment. Such strategies combine rights based in public welfare policies as well as market-family and community based practices. An intersectional lens (Anthias 2001) is used to explore how Andean transnational families’ ethnic, class, gender, generational positioning’s affects their strategies. The empirical data use draws from a multi-sited ethnography conducted with 15 Andean Transnational family networks over the past two years. [less ▲]

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See detailApproche par modèle de compartiments pour la modélisation des bioréacteurs
Delafosse, Angélique ULiege; Calvo, Sébastien ULiege; Toye, Dominique ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 09)

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See detailLa naissance médiatique de la bande dessinée (1830-1890)
Stienon, Valérie ULiege

Scientific conference (2017, November 09)

Dans quelle mesure une certaine presse, en particulier celle de la caricature, avec ses moyens graphiques, son personnel, ses techniques et les sociabilités artistiques sur lesquelles elle repose, a-t ... [more ▼]

Dans quelle mesure une certaine presse, en particulier celle de la caricature, avec ses moyens graphiques, son personnel, ses techniques et les sociabilités artistiques sur lesquelles elle repose, a-t-elle constitué un paramètre décisif dans l’émergence de l’art séquentiel au XIXe siècle, à l’entrée l’ère médiatique que l’on fait commencer dans ces mêmes années 1830 ? La BD est pleinement une création médiatique, par ses supports, ses publics, ses auteurs. Et parmi la grande diversité de paramètres concernés par cette genèse médiatique du genre, la visée humoristique serait même l’un des seuls traits stables. Il est possible d'esquisser une étude historique et générique intermédiale de la BD sous cet angle. [less ▲]

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See detailAvailable tools for the quantification of the evolution of future flood risk in Wallonia
Bruwier, Martin ULiege; Archambeau, Pierre ULiege; Pirotton, Michel ULiege et al

Conference given outside the academic context (2017)

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See detailImpact of spatio-temporal shade dynamics on wheat growth and yield, perspectives for temperate agroforestry
Artru, Sidonie ULiege; Garré, Sarah ULiege; Dupraz, Christian et al

in European Journal of Agronomy (2017)

A stumbling block to the adoption of silvoarable agroforestry systems is the lack of quantitative knowledge on the performance of different crops when competing for resources with trees. In North-Western ... [more ▼]

A stumbling block to the adoption of silvoarable agroforestry systems is the lack of quantitative knowledge on the performance of different crops when competing for resources with trees. In North-Western Europe, light is likely to be the principal limiting resource for understorey crops, and most agronomic studies show a systematic reduction of final yield as shade increases. However the intensity of the crop response depends on both the environmental conditions and the shade characteristics. This study addressed the issue by monitoring winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) growth, productivity and quality under artificial shade provided by military camouflage shade-netting, and using the Hi-sAFe model to relate the artificial shade conditions to those applying in agroforestry systems. The field experiment was carried out over two consecutive years (2013–14 and 2014–15) on the experimental farm of Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, Belgium. The shade structures recreated two shade conditions: periodic shade (PS) and continuous shade (CS), with the former using overlapping military camouflage netting to provide discontinuous light through the day, and the latter using conventional shade cloth. The experiment simulated shading from a canopy of late-flushing hybrid walnut leaves above winter wheat. Shading was imposed 16 (2013–14) and 10 (2014–15) days before flowering and retained until harvest. The crop experienced full light conditions until the maximum leaf area index stage (LAImax) had been reached. In both years, LAI followed the same dynamics between the different treatments, but in 2013–2014 an attack of the take-all disease (Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici) reduced yields overall and prevented significant treatment effects. In season 2014–15 the decrease in global radiation reaching the crop during a period of 66 days (CS: – 61% and PS: – 43%) significantly affected final yield (CS: – 45% and PS: – 25%), mainly through a reduction of the average grain weight and the number of grain per m2. Grain protein content increased by up to 45% under the CS treatment in 2015. Nevertheless, at the plot scale, protein yield (t/ha) did not compensate for the final grain yield decrease. The Hi-sAFe model was used to simulate an agroforestry plot with two lines of walnut trees running either north-south or east-west. The levels of artificial shade levels applied in this experiment were compared to those predicted beneath trees growing with similar climatic conditions in Belgium. The levels used in the CS treatment are only likely to occur real agroforestry conditions on 10% of the cropped area until the trees are 30 years old and only with east-west tree row orientation. [less ▲]

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