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The editorial staff of the CoDiSV

The editorial staff is composed of a group of young project workers and scholarship holders who work in various fields connected to the project

Michel Borre

Michel Borre graduated in Educational Sciences in 2005 and started his collaboration with the research team in October 2008. Within the project his main field of interest is the analysis of the pedagogic and didactical contents related to musical education which are contained in the corpus of documents. In parallel, he also carries out statistical analyses and is responsible for the drawing up of reports for internal or external use. Finally, he is the administrator of the website of the project.


Hélène Champvillair

Hélène Champvillair graduated in Sciences of Primary Education with a specialisation in elementary school teaching in 2004 and in Sciences of Primary Education with a specialisation in nursery school teaching in 2008; she also obtained a Masters degree in Intercultural Pedagogy and European Education in 2005. She started collaborating with the CoDiSV research group in the autumn of 2004. Within the project, she has two main fields of interest; the first is relative to the pedagogic contents featured in the corpus and the second is inherent to linguistic computation, i.e. the automatic production of written texts by computers.



Stefania Graziani

Stefania Graziani obtained a Ph.D in Sociology in 2004. Within the CoDiSV project she deals with content analysis with a sociological perspective; from this point of view exercise books represent an important testimony of socialisation projects and processes of social reproduction.