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Technologies numériques, TIC, Education, TICE, internet, médias et réseaux sociaux. Digital Technologies, Education, Web, Social Medias ; Digital Literacies.
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A global guide to the first world war - interactive documentary

A global guide to the first world war - interactive documentary | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it
Ten historians from 10 countries give a brief history of the first world war through a global lens. Using original news reports, interactive maps and rarely seen footage, including extraordinary shots of troops crossing Mesopotamia on camels and Italians fighting high up in the Alps, the half hour film explores the war and its effect from many different perspectives. Watch the documentary in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Arabic or Hindi.
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The Top 20 Infographics of 2013

The Top 20 Infographics of 2013 | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it

'Like most recent years, 2013 has been packed full of infographics. Some were about current events, others just covered cool topics. A lot of those infographics turned out pretty awesome, so here are 20 of our 2013 favorites.'


Via Lauren Moss
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Some very nice infographics

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Andreas Maniatis's curator insight, December 27, 2013 1:35 PM

8. Don't Smoke (http://visual.ly/dont-smoke) is definitely my favourite.

Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, January 1, 2014 4:29 AM

Very nice...

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Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century

Five of the Most Important Infographics of the 19th Century | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it

Data visualization is not a new phenomenon. For centuries, artists and historians, educators and scientists have been creating illustrations to better communicate complex information.


From Emma Willard’s “Picture of Nations” to Dimitri Mendeleev’s Periodic Table, historical infographics continue to inspire and educate today. Here is a look at some of the most influential and beautiful infographics from the 19th century...


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Olivier Vandelaer's curator insight, February 8, 2013 5:28 AM

certainly Mendeleev’s Periodic Table

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The Most Important Developments in Human History - Infographic

The Most Important Developments in Human History - Infographic | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it

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1000 years of War Through the World in 5 Minutes | Memolition.com

1000 years of War Through the World in 5 Minutes | Memolition.com | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it

This animation shows the major wars from 1000 to the present day wars in the world from 1000 to the present day.

 

The size of the explosion is proportional to the number of victims.

 

Click headline to watch the animation full screen--


Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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A History of Social Media [Infographic]

A History of Social Media [Infographic] | Technologies numériques & Education | Scoop.it

The very purpose of the Internet (every blog, website and virtual gathering place within it) is to let people connect, communicate, and collaborate.


That said, the concept behind Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social networking tools isn’t new. These sites just give us new, easy-to use ways to do what we’ve always wanted to do online — exchange ideas and information. The Internet has always been social, and it always will be.
Here’s a handy timeline that might dispel any further historical myths about the true nature of the Internet, and where we’re all going with it, together…


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