Contemporary history in the digital age: Resources and tools — DHLU symposium 2009 (Luxembourg, 15 October 2009) — First panel

In this first panel for the first part of the symposium, chaired by Philippe Rygiel from the University of Paris I, Andreas Bagias from the Archive and Documentation Centre (CARDOC) describes how the European Parliament’s archives are organised and used in an electronic environment, Annick Batard from the University of Paris XIII criticises the Web’s influence over the French mainstream written press, and Tsuriel Rashi from Lifshitz College of Education looks at the importance of building a digital memory to combat revisionism.

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Source: Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe, Château de Sanem, L-4992 Sanem (Luxembourg).
L'histoire contemporaine à l'ère digitale: Ressources et outils - Symposium DHLU 2009 (Luxembourg, 15 octobre 2009) - 1er panel / prise de vue : Alexandre Germain.- Luxembourg: CVCE [Prod.], 15.10.2009. CVCE, Sanem. - VIDEO (01:23:09, Couleur, Son original).

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