How does it work ?
How does it work ?
Choose your language
A tab enables you to choose the website language. This is the language used for the website’s textual content: documentary information, context and editorial dossiers, and archive subtitles.
Discover the website
The Themes access enables the Web user to select documents for each theme or sub- heading in all the collections. A narrow-down stage is proposed to restrict search results by sub-heading and/or by collection.
The Collections access enables the Web user to choose the selection of documents proposed by each partner for all themes (e.g. SNRT-Moroccan Television). The whole corpus of each participant is then available, accompanied by a presentation text. A narrow-down stage is proposed to restrict research results by theme and by sub-heading.
At each stage, the display of results can be accessed in any of 3 Modes: List, Map or Fresco
A "+" pictogram on the document thumbnail image indicates that context is accessible via the documentary note.
An "ST" pictogram on the thumbnail image indicates that the document is subtitled in all 3 languages.
Access to documents may be presented in the form of an interactive map, a chronological fresco or lists:
- List: a more traditional list mode also makes it possible to navigate in the results of a search (simple or advanced) and to combine several criteria
- Map navigation: for each country, a tag indicates the number of documents concerned (whatever the document source), which can be accessed by a single click.
- The chronological Fresco: The fresco consists of clickable thumbnail images arranged in chronological order:
At the top of the fresco, a clickable time scale makes it possible to move in the time dimension. it can be used to find video documents by historic period, from ancient times to the present day.
2. Editorial content
Editorial dossiers consist of overviews of research work, articles by specialists on the topic covered, translated into the three languages and illustrated by videos.
Multi-national and transdisciplinary teams of teachers and researchers have combined their efforts to contextualise the audiovisual documents and to propose teaching approaches, in conjunction with the educational sector.
A cultural diary
A cultural diary compiled by the CMCA offers on its front page a selection of cultural events in the Mediterranean countries.