HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE IMAGES THAT SHAPE OUR CONTEMPORARY WORLD ?
For During an hour, discover methodological and fun playful tools to index and compare images, to identify their schemesthe different regimes, to put them into context and perspective. Sharpen your students' eyes and critical thinking skills by conducting workshops at a distance!the eye and critical mindset of your students while leading remote workshops!
Each teacher can connect for free on to ERSILIA with her or his academic email address. She or heThey can invite as many students and classes, as many teachers and as many contributors (artists, journalists, writers, etc.) to join them to discover the platform’s resources. The functionalities allow users to work collaboratively via the messaging system, to create their own “collection” and “path” and to share them. Tutorials are available to help users get to grips with all the features offered by ERSILIA.Users can get to grips with all of the features thanks to tutorials offered by ERSILIA.
REPORTAGE, AUTEUR FILM: WHAT IS THEIR RELATION TO THE EVENT?
Tuesday, May 5th 4-5pm
Tuesday, June 2nd, 4-5pm
GOOGLE MAP: FOR WHAT CRITICAL USE OF THE INTERNET?
Thursday, May 7th 4-5pm
Thursday, June 11th 4-5pm
INFORMATIONS AND HANDLING: DISMANTLING FAKE NEWS
Tuesday, May 12th 4-5pm
Thursday, June 4th 4-5pm
REPRESENTING THE OTHER: BEYOND STEREOTYPES
Thursday, May 28th 4-5pm
Thursday, June 18th 4-5pm
IN FRONT OF A PICTURE: HOW DO YOU CHECK YOUR SOURCES?
Tuesday, May 19th 4-5pm
Tuesday, June 16th 4-5pm
THE ANTHROPOCENE: WHEN MAN MODIFIES HIS ENVIRONMENT
Tuesday, May 26th 4-5pm
Tuesday, June 9th 4-5pm
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Co-constructed with youngsters, ERSILIA is an online collaborative platform for understanding the contemporary world through images. The editorial contents are linked to the themes Image and territory as well as Images and body. They revolve around emblematic artworks whose political, social, historical and artistic stakes are decrypted through keys of analysis. These give access to unpublished texts, creative games to exercise one’s gaze, creations by young people, and numerous links to reference sites.
Designed for a pedagogical context, ERSILIA is accessible to the educational and cultural community on www.ersilia.fr, on Éduthèque, the portal of pedagogical, cultural and scientific resources of the Ministry of National Education and Youth, and abroad through the Mission laïque française.
ERSILIA receives support from the Ministry of National Education and Youth - Digital Direction for Education, the Ministry of Culture, the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation - Major Patron and the MAIF Fund for Education.
ERSILIA was initiated with the Evens France Foundation and developed thanks to the support of the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Culture, L’Europe s’engage en Île-de-France with the ERDF (European Regional Development Fund), La France s'engage, the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation, the EDF Foundation and the Total Foundation.