[PhD’s Corner] Chloé Alexandre: Use of New Information and Communication technologies for Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services (AEAS): which effects on AEAS conception and provision? Which effects on producers’ learning processes?


Chloé Alexandre is one of the #DigitAg co-funded PhDs

 

 

Use of New Information and Communication technologies for Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services (AEAS): which effects on AEAS conception and provision? Which effects on producers’ learning processes?

  • Start Date: November 2017
  • University: MUSE Montpellier University of Excellence / Montpellier SupAgro
  • PhD School: EDEG Montpellier
  • Field(s): Management Sciences
  • Co-supervisors : Guy Faure (Cirad – UMR Innovation) & Sophie Mignon (Université de Montpellier, MRM)
  • Funding: #DigitAg – Cirad
  • Research Project: Dispositif de Recherche en Partenariat ASAP (Burkina/Mali/Côte d’Ivoire) – https://www.dp-asap.org/
  • #DigitAg: Co-fundex PhD – Axis 1 & 2 – Challenge 5

 

Keywords: ICT, Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services, AEAS, learning processes

Abstract:

The objective of this PhD thesis is to understand the extent to which NICT-based EAS can impact advisors’ as well as producers’ organisations and producers’ practices. This calls for an analysis of the changes induced by new agricultural advisory services using ICT on EAS design, and ultimately on farmers’ learning processes. The study will focus primarily on initiatives developed in West Africa, and more especially those in Burkina Faso.

 

Contact:  chloe.alexandre [AT] cirad.fr – 04 67 61 71 18

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