Online Media Libraries (Médiathèques en ligne)
Éduthèque offers free and secure access to digital educational resources free of rights offered by major cultural and scientific institutions that are partners of the French Ministry of National Education and Youth.
Access : LF SEOUL, classes_lfseoul
National Library of France (Bibliothèque nationale de France, BNF) offers a number of books on Gallica free of charge (books, manuscripts, news and magazines, audios, videos, pictures, maps, scores), more than 80 educational files, video conferences, virtual exhibitions, competitions.
The youth library of the Arab World Institute (Institut du Monde Arabe) offers about 5,000 books in Arabic, French and in both languages.
Digital library of UNESCO
Audiovisual Channels (Chaînes audiovisuelles)
Educ’ARTE : more than 1,000 videos (in French, German, English) on all school subjects, from first (CP) to grade 12 (Terminale), on major current affairs and media and information education topics. Customised content tools: cutting out excerpts, annotating a video, creating a mind map.
LUMNI, an educational platform with more than 10,000 items of content offered free of charge to students and teachers by France.tv, Ina, Arte, France Médias Monde, Radio France and TV5Monde: games for Kindergarteners, discovery of reading with Yétili, a visit to Europe with Scooby-Doo for primary school students, « It’s not Rocket Science (C’est pas sorcier) », code lessons for middle school students, revision assistance for high school students, current affairs, information literacy.
TV5MONDE offers free educational features on a theme or in connection with current events, as part of the teaching of French as a Foreign Language (FLE) or for a native French-speaking audience.
Great Museums (Les grands musées)
Major national (France) and Ile-de-France museums and monuments offer an educational offer copyright-free on each of their websites, available to teachers : musée du Quai d’Orsay (including podcasts for children based on exhibited paintings and iconic works / online conferences / virtual visit) ; Quai Branly Museum (musée du Quai Branly) ; Universcience (Palace of Discovery ; City of science and industry) ; Paris Museum of Modern Art (musée d’Art moderne de la ville de Paris) ; National Museum of History of Immigration (musée national d’histoire de l’immigration) ; musée des arts et des métiers (CNAM) ; about art history (sur l’histoire des arts) ; educational fact sheets on the National Centre for Cinema and the Moving Image (CNC) website; 14 museums in the city of Paris provide free access to 150,000 works.
Dance and Music
Orchestrated by Réseau Canopé and the Francofolies, to capture the work of an artist on the Francophone scene. Thanks to the wealth of multimedia resources on offer, the Enfants de la Zique platform promotes the discovery of songs.
The Centre national de la danse de Pantin offers the Tadaam platform to do online choreographies with choreographers.
Private publishers and Organizations
Encyclopædia Universalis (encyclopédies Universalis) : Universalis Edu (high school) et Universalis Junior (primary and middle school) with bilingual English-French versions: illustrated media encyclopaedia, dictionary and atlas; innovative tools to facilitate the appropriation of content (Mon Universalis: personal space to save, edit and share articles, personalized Mental Maps, the Listen (Écouter) function to learn languages.
Encyclopædia Universalis gives free access to its resources until 30th April to the schools within the AEFE network; they also offer a special subscription rate.
Glose Education : a collaborative reading platform, a bookstore of 4,000 digital books made available free of charge to teachers and students for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis, anywhere in the world and on all digital media; a social network of readers with an interface allowing them to annotate and comment directly on the book being read.
Ask the teachers to create an account so that students can then register.