Specialists in history and media education from Hungary, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, The Netherlands and United Kingdom have been working for over a year in order to answer the question: How can learning history help young people become more media literate? The first results are now becoming visible in the form of an observatory on media and history on TV and the web in the project countries. Soon, more results will be made available before the project will be completed on the 1st of September in 2019. These results include a digital learning environment, a training package on media literacy, and multimedia tools that educators can directly use to teach about media and history in a critical way. All these results will be made available at no costs.
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