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Session 4: Sharing online content

Date & Time: 
online - 25 September (15.00 CET)

In September-October 2013 Web2LLP is organising an online social media course for managers of lifelong learning projects. This course will be delivered via videoconferencing over 5 modules of 1-hour sessions to participants located in different countries. This course will be delivered in 3 sub-groups in English, French and Italian.


25 participants from 15 different countries participated in the fourth session of Web2LLP's online pilot course, of which the topic centered around managing and sharing content in a social media context through different curation tools and IPR constraints. Alberto Nantiat (ENZO B, Belgium) introduced the concept of curation, highlighting tools such as, Diigo and, while Mathy Vanbuel (ATiT, Belgium) took the participants on a journey through several cases of copyright-infringement, to make them aware of intellectual property rights issues helping participants make sure that their project activities respect necessary constraints in respect to sharing content while still making sure to be as open as possible. Last but not least, Shona Whyte (University of Nice, France), shared her personal experience of using as a curation tool while she became involved in the iTILT project. She gave participants useful guidelines and suggestions of how to curate and share content through

Start Preparing

To get the most out of this session, we would like to ask you to take a look at the following multiple choice questions and indicate the answer(s) you find most appropriate. These short questions are meant to introduce you to various tools used to sharing online contents.



Alberto Nantiat, ENZO B, Italy
Shona Whyte, University of Nice, France


Alberto Nantiat, ENZO B, Italy
Alberto Nantiat

Alberto Nantiat graduated in 2011 in Communication for the Society of Information at Università degli Studi di Torino, with a thesis on an innovative social medium for mobile devices based on Semantic Web. During the last 7 years he had a variegate set of working experiences, including web design (SWER), journalism (RAI, Il Contesto, ExtraCampus Tv), event organisation (PRime), social media management. In particular, from 2012 to 2013 he worked at ATiT, a Belgian company specialised in the use and promotion of media in education, taking part in LLP projects such as MEDEA2020, MEDEAnet and Web2LLP and helping in the realisation of the MEDEA Awards 2012, of the Media & Learning Conference 2012 and of the newsletter Media and Learning News. Currently Alberto works as web communicator and video editor for ENZO B, a non-profit organisation for international adoptions and family care.

Shona Whyte, University of Nice, France
Shona Whyte

Shona Whyte (PhD Linguistics, Indiana University Bloomington) is associate professor in the English Department at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis where she teaches oral expression, translation, and English for specific purposes, as well as courses in second language acquisition and teaching, and educational technology. She also trains pre- and in-service teachers to teach foreign languages at both primary and secondary level. Her research involves classroom interaction, particularly involving young learners and interactive technologies, and teacher education, and she has published in international journals such as Language Learning and Technology and ReCALL (