Webinar for Advanced Users of Historiana
December 9, 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Webinar series
As part of the DSI4.2 project, EuroClio and Europeana are offering a series of Webinars for advanced users of Historiana.
These webinars are meant to support more experienced users of Historiana to experiment with the eActivity builder and get some tips and tricks on how to create quality eLearning activities.
Each webinar will introduce the participants to the eActivity builder and explain in greater details the reasoning behind the creation of certain eLearning activities. It will also provide some insights on how to make the most out of the eActivity builder. In addition, each webinar will focus on a particular topic, using exemplar content from the Europeana Collections, and a critical thinking skill.
These webinars will take place on 9 December 2020, 17 February 2021, 21 April 2021 and 16 June 2021.
On December 9th, Helen Snelson created an eLearning activity for the Postwar Europe content and focused on using source material as evidence. (recording)
On February 17th, Bridget Martin focused on the Contributions to WWI and talked about perspective. (recording)
On April 21st, Jim Diskant looked at Visual Representation of women.
On June 16th, Gijs van Gaans examined Schisms within Christianity and discussed change and continuity. (recording)
The eLearning Activities are made on Historiana’s eActivity Builder to provide teachers with ready made material which engages directly with historical sources.
They are made by EuroClio’s Teaching and Learning team.
When creating an account on Historiana, it is possible to modify the already existing eLearning activities, or create your own to share with your students.