MEDEAnet organised public webinars with international speakers on topics related to media use in education and training.
These one hour webinars took place online through an interactive videoconferencing platform and were free to attend, but prior registration was required.

Other interesting webinars on Video Use in Higher Education can be found on the Media & Learning Association website.

Previous Webinars

11 december 2014

4-5 pm CET


Meet the winners of the MEDEA Awards 2014

This webinar features the winning entries in this year’s MEDEA Awards which are he Digital Prevention Platform, winner of the MEDEA Professional Production Award and Un autre monde/Eine andere Welt winner of the MEDEA User-Generation Award. Watch the recording!



16 October 2014

4-5 pm CET


Programming as creativity
As ICT and digital media are an integrated part of our daily life it’s important to show young students on what’s behind these tools and what it means to develop your own app or game. More and more teachers start to integrate elements of programming and coding into their class settings not only to teach the students on how to code but also to stimulate their creativity in creating their own games. Watch the recording!

18 September 2014



Remembrance education and the role of media
Remembrance is an integral part of nowadays western society. Societies experienced defining tragedies, and likewise modern nations have a certain responsibility for crimes that happened in the past. Recognizing this and discussing appropriate ways to deal with it is part of remembrance or civic education. Of course, also in this field media can help to support innovative types of learning and teaching. Watch the recording!

26 June 2014


Flipping the Classroom to shift from passive to active learning. An example based on LAMS (in Greek)
The webinar will focus on the educational model «Flipping the classroom» and the innovation that it brings to education. We will present the methodology, the pedagogy behind it, the strengths and how this new trend in educational practices, approaches the challenges of education in 21st century. Watch the Recording!

22 May 2014


Social Media Logos  

Social Media Use in the Classroom
Social media can be a very powerful tool that supports innovative types of learning. In this MEDEAnet webinar you will get an overview on how educators can use social media to enrich teaching and learning in various different ways and what has to be considered. Watch the recording!

10 April 2014


Facebook Emoticons  

Digital Ethics
As great as the internet is, it also involves new challenges when it comes to concepts of right and wrong. Digital ethics is dealing with the social code on the internet. What is appropriate “digital” behavior? What have teachers to consider when using media in education? In this MEDEAnet webinar you will be introduced to the concepts of digital ethics and how it can be applied in the classroom. Watch the Recording!

20 March 2014



E-book Creation
Thanks to the multiple functionalities mobile devices like tablets and smart phones are offering it is becoming easier to let students develop their own multimedia e-book in class. In this MEDEAnet webinar you will have the chance to get to know what possibilities exist for the use of e-books for educational purposes. Watch the Recording!

26 February 2014


Editing   A step before editing: how to help a student group work collectively (in Greek) Finishing shooting and entering the post-production phase is crucial in all video making and especially in collective works like student productions. In this webinar we will present techniques of organising rushes, checking our initial intentions in relation to our shootings and spending time for preparation and planning before going into the editing room. Watch the Recording!

20 February 2014

European website   Media Resources in the Classroom. Historiana and Europeana
On the internet teachers and trainers can find excellent media resources on platforms like Historiana and Europeana. These online platforms allow access to millions of media resources resp. historical sources that can be used in the classroom. In this MEDEAnet webinar you will learn more about how to enrich teaching and learning with such media resources.

23 January 2014

European website   MEDEA Awards 2013: Storytelling and Music
MEDEAnet organised a webinar with winners and finalists of the MEDEA Awards 2013 to celebrate and share good practices on producing and using educational media with people interested in finding out more about innovative practices in media-enhanced education. In this webinar winners and finalists presented their submissions which focus on storytelling and music for learning and teaching. Watch the recording!

5 December 2013

Renee Hobbs  

Conversation with Prof Renee Hobbs
Prof Renee Hobbs is an internationally recognized authority on digital and media literacy education and Founding Director of the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, USA. During this webinar, Prof Hobbs introduces some of her work and research in the area of media literacy. Watch the recording!

28 November 2013

EMEDUS website  

Researching Media Literacy in Europe
Several large scale studies have been carried out in recent years into the topic of media and film literacy in Europe. In this webinar two studies are discussed: A study on media literacy carried out by the EMEDUS (European Media Literacy Education Study) project team and the report "Charting Media and Learning in Europe" written by the MEDEAnet team. Watch the recording!

14 November 2013

App Learning Tour  

Mobile Learning
Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have changed the way we communicate and become an integral part of our daily life. Using mobile devices in a learning context - mobile learning or m-learning - carries great potential for enriching education. But how can mobile learning be used in an educationally valuable way? Watch the recording!

11 October 2013

Slide from Presentation Maurice Florêncio Bonnet   Multimedia eBook creation in schools (in German)
Thanks to the multiple functionalities mobile devices like tablets & smart phones are offering it's becoming more easy to let students develop their own multimedia eBook in class. During this webinar you will find out how teachers can enable their students to easily develop their own learning resources and what you should respect in terms of didactics and techniques. Watch the recording!

10 October 2013

Film English website screenshot  

Media-supported language learning
Language teachers at every level have been quick to spot the potential of media as a learning tool both on and offline. In this webinar two language teachers share their experience with media-supported language learning. You have the chance to get to know how media can be used to enhance language teaching and what you have to consider if you want to integrate media in your courses. Watch the recording!

5 September 2013

Slide from Presentation Erik Woning  

Introduction to Big Data and Learning Analytics
Nowadays more and more people are talking about ‘Big Data’ and ‘Learning Analytics’ and it is clear that digital learning environments do offer terrific opportunities for anyone who wants to measure and analyse how learners behave using objective measures and criteria. How can you get started and is this the type of work that calls for specialist skills? Watch the recording!

6 June 2013

Slide from Presentation Billy Meinke   Creative Commons – what you have to respect when you produce your own media
More and more content and media are available on the internet under the Creative Commons (CC) licences which can be freely used once the terms of CC licensing is properly respected. Find ou how CC can offer you a lot of opportunities when developing their own teaching materials. Watch the recording!

21 March 2013

Slide from presentation Bram Faes   Videos for teaching
This session talks about the integration of videos in the classroom and how it influences the learning behaviour and learning effects, with a special focus on the recent trend 'Flipping the Classroom', in which students study the main content already at home (for example through videos) so that they can use what they’ve learned in the classroom later on. Watch the recording!

13 December 2012

Webinar screenshot   Copyright Considerations for Educational Media Producers
During this live quiz participants were invited to test their knowledge of copyright & IPR issues by means of an interactive question and answer session. Expert Jeroen Verschakelen, an expert in ICT law, provided the relevant legal and practical comments.

22 November 2012

The set of "Quand la colère fait tomber les masques"   Meet the MEDEA Awards 2012 finalists
In this session the two award winners of the MEDEA Awards 2012 were invited: Petros Michailidis (5th Primary school of Alexandroupolis, Greece) presented the eTwinning project 'And the Oscar goes to ... ', and Catherine Loire (TICE, Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University, France) presented the video 'Quand la colère fait tomber les masques'. Watch the recording!

18 October 2012

Slide from Presentation Nicoleta Fotiade  

The Case for Media Education in the Classroom
This session gives you an insight into different ways to integrate various media education schemes and approaches in the classroom in order to improve students’ daily engagement with the media. An important themes is to encourage critical thinking methods that can help students to open their minds towards their critical interaction and use of information media. Watch the recording!

25 June 2012

Slide from Presentation Jolanta Galecka   How to integrate gaming in the classroom
Game-based learning offers a variety of opportunities to teachers to stimulate pupils' engagement and to strengthen their collaborative learning skills. During this webinar participants received an insight into what it's like to integrate games into their teaching practice. The Polish and Belgian speaker provide different examples of useful educational games. Watch the recording!


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