Franck Cormerais, Olivier Le Deuff, Amar Lakel and David Pucheu https://journals.openedition.org/rfsic/1820 This text examines several avenues that explain the positioning of CIS in relation to digital humanities, considering that their role is both to understand (theoretical approach) and to undertake (practical approach), to observe (descriptive approach), but also to create (pragmatic approach) with the instruments of knowledge. The time of the digital humanities implies a position that cannot be limited to the study of uses but requires a renewed strategy that consists in seizing and producing recommendations for the creation of new instruments and devices. We present a proposal for guidance or even a program for CIS in three parts: place CIS in the multidisciplinary perspective of its originsput CIS and its concepts in the orbit of a new critique and
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