Learning Online brings you web seminars on themes in the field of historical and civic education, presented by experts from both academic and practical teaching contexts.
All the web seminars are recorded and archived, so you can also view a seminar at a later date. The portal’s staff offer their own courses through our Moodle platform.
We also offer you podcasts about historical and civic education and historical topics.
"Facing History and Ourselves" is an educational and nonprofit organisation for students.
An interview with Ita Amahorseija, ICT Manager, responsible for the online strategy of the Anne Frank House Amsterdam
Interview with David Klevan, education manager for technology and distance learning at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM)
"Michael's Dialogue" is a ciber multi-culture study and exchange programme, based on survivors' testimonies, historical facts, all forms of art and democratic values and behaviour.
Massuah’s principal mission is to introduce the Holocaust to young people, not only as a historical topic but also as a relevant issue that impacts on their lives and identity at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
The interview focus on a multidisciplinary teaching module which contains children’s Holocaust testimonies collected in 1946 from the Aschau DP youth center.
The “Witnesses and Education” project is a filmed autobiographical journey which Yad Vashem conducted with Holocaust survivors, in conjunction with the Hebrew University.
Speakers: Gliszczynska-Grabias,Professor Marek Kucia,Barbara Wind
Speaker: Cynthia Kamakazi, Multilateral Officer, The Permanent Mission of Rwanda to the United Nations of Geneva.
Speaker: Yaakov Kirschen, Visiting Fellow (Artist in Residence), YIISA; Cartoonist, Dry Bones.