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NEWS FROM EHISTO 
Index 
Learning Objects are online! 
Report about 2nd meeting in Łódź 
EHISTO-project in TEEM 2013 Conference 
EHISTO consultant from Denmark 
EHISTO network 
EHISTO next steps 
EHISTO related past and forthcoming events 
July 2014 
Learning Objects are online! 
Miriam Hannig (University of Augsburg) 
The consortium of the EHISTO-project is happy to announce that the transnational Learning Objects focused on intercultural and media-critical matters are now available online! 
The six EHISTO-project-partners from Spain, England, Sweden, Poland and Ger- many have worked together to create twelve motivating Learning Objects with interactive elements on the two European History Crossroads (EHC) “Columbus and the ‘Discovery’ of the ‘New World’” and ”The ‘outbreak’ of World War One”. 
At first, the EHISTO-partners found out the basic tendencies of the national views on the topics analysing schoolbooks. Then they chose two popular history maga- zines for each EHC. For the analysis they used front pages, indexes, editorials, photo series and articles. These documents are the basis for the creation of teach- ing-material which opens an European reflection for the chosen topic using a multi-perspective and comparative approach that in the same time supports intercultur- al and media-critical competences. Generally it`s the didactical goal of the Learn- ing Objects that the learners detect communalities as well as differences compar- ing the national historical cultures in Europe and by that verge to the transnational European culture of history. This shall raise the learners’ awareness for others 
EHISTO Newsletter #2 
July 2014 
The EHISTO-project will last from November 2012 until October 2014. During that time this newsletter will provide an up-date of the project activities. This second edition in- forms about the finished Learning Objects which are now available online and the 2ndproject meeting in Łódź. Apart from giving an insight of the project work the newsletter invites you to get acquainted with the project members and the part- ner schools, who will introduce themselves in every edition of the newsletter. Finally each issue will present other relevant activities and events related to the EHISTO- project. The EHISTO-team is plea- sed to launch this second issue of the newsletter. In case you want to subscribe to the newsletter please refer to the website 
www.european-crossroads.de/ newsletter/.
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than the well-known national point of view on relevant Euro- pean historical events and shall initiate a step towards awareness, recognition and understanding of the ”others”. The change of the perspective and the understanding of oth- er European nations are practised using the depictions of the popular history magazines: the material that has been trans- lated in the languages of the project partners can be directly used for bilingual and bilateral comparisons in the classroom. By doing this, multi-perspective learning will develop and learners will be able to verge the challenges of the European shared history. 
To allow teachers and pupils from different European count- ries to work with the concept of ”European History Cross- roads” each Learning Object is provided with: 
 a brief outline of the tendencies which influence the to- pic’s presentation in the relevant national history books; experts from the countries in question wrote these texts, which serve to unravel any tendencies in the chosen magazine articles and make them understandable in the national contexts. 
 possible tasks: 
 for critical thinking about the chosen national magazi- ne articles, in terms of contents and media features 
 for a bilateral, international comparison with the focus on ”media criticism” 
 for a bilateral, international comparison with the focus on ”transnational and intercultural historical learning” 
 additional material. 
There is a national and a bilateral access to each EHC. In the same time, the Learning Objects allow teachers and students in every country involved to carry out as many comparative studies as they want to – in transnational, media-critical and intercultural ways. They can choose freely which national perspectives they wish to compare. A ”multi-perspective” learning space emerges, in which they can explore Europe’s ”shared history” by comparing national magazines and schoolbooks. The material provided by EHISTO is especially suitable for project-based learning and learning in combined subjects. 
The Learning Objects presented were created for different sets of age: 
While the topic ”Columbus” was created for pupils aged 12 to 14 years, the tasks on ”The ‘outbreak‘ of World War One” cater roughly to students aged 14 to 16 years. 
Since EHISTO is an European project, it is not possible to go into particulars about all the different national educational systems. Therefore the learning materials presented are not created for each and every history classroom in Europe. Rather the tasks should serve as suggestions for teachers in order to create their own questions and targets creatively for their lessons. Furthermore, the suggestions should motivate teachers to develop and use their own ideas based on the EHC-materials. 
For all material free access is granted on the website of the project: 
https://media.sodis.de/ehisto/en/ index.html
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EHISTO: European History Crossroads as pathways to intercultur- al and media education 
LLP-Comenius-Project, 11/2012-10/2014 
Coordinator: University of Augsburg, Department of History Didactics 
Consortium: University of Augsburg (Germany), Uni- versity of Salamanca (Spain), Academy of Łódź (Poland), Dalarna University (Sweden), University of East Anglia (United Kingdom), FWU Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education (Germany) 
Partner schools: Holbein- Gymnasium, Augsburg (Germany), Gymnasium Friedberg (Germany), St.- Thomas-Gymnasium, Kammeltal (Germany), IES „Campo Gharro“, La Fuente de San Esteban (Spain), IES „Federico García Bernalt“, Salamanca (Spain), Zespół Szkół Integracyjnych nr 1 w Łódź (Poland), Borgaskolan, Gävle, (Sweden), Östra gymnasiet, Trångsund (Sweden), Hellesdon High School, Norwich (United Kingdom). 
Consultans: Prof. Dr. Susanne Kinnebrock, Uni- versity of Augsburg (Germany), Ass. Prof. Dr. Katja Gorbahn, Aarhus Uni- versity (Denmark), Prof. Dr. Meng Zhongjie, East China Normal University Shanghai (China) 
Sponsors: EU-Lifelong Learning Programme, Bava- rian Research Alliance 
Website: www.european- ccrossroads.eu 
EHISTO consortium — Second meeting, Łódź (Poland) 
EHISTO Newsletter #2 
Second EHISTO-project meeting from 27 - 30 October 2013 in Łódź 
From 27 – 30 October 2013 the project partners of the EU-project "European History Crossroads as Pathways to Intercultural and Media Education" (EHISTO) met upon the invitation from the Augsburg-based project coordinator Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp (Chair of History Didactics) for the second project meeting in Łódź, Poland. Joanna Szczecińska M.A. from the Academy of Management Łódź hosted the meeting. In addition to the researchers mentioned above further researchers from the University of Salamanca (Spain), the University of Dalarna (Sweden), the University of East Anglia (UK) as well as the Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education, Germany (FWU) in Grünwald are also involved in the project. In particular it is worthy to point out that the partner schools' teachers also attended the meeting. 
Objectives 
The EHISTO-project's object of research are popular history magazines, which deal with the two "European History Crossroads" agreed upon at the kick-off meeting, namely "Columbus and the 'Discovery' of the 'New World'" and "The 'outbreak' of World War One". This commercialised form of representing history is supposed to exhibit national tendencies of looking at history in the respective countries, but also transnational commonalities. Both aspects together form the foundation required to initiate intercultural and media-critical learning in history education. 
Digital Learning Objects with great practical relevance for history education in schools 
During the conference digital Learning Objects were presented, which were devel- oped by the individual academic experts in close collaboration with the respective teachers of the EHISTO partner schools. For this purpose, every partner country developed one module each for the "European History Crossroad" "Columbus" and for "The ‘outbreak’ of the World War One". The Institute for Film and Pictures in Sci- ence and Education, Germany (FWU) took on the technical implementation thereby ensuring attractive tasks with interactive opportunities. Subsequently, the teachers examined the modules critically before testing them in their respective classes. Aligned with their individual curriculums the teachers collectively developed two
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transnational units each, which successfully complemented the tasks focusing on "national perspective", "media-critical analysis" as well as "international comparison". In communi- cating with the teachers it became clear that the didactical value of the learning portfolio lies in the tasks which are avail- able in Polish, German, Spanish, Swedish and English. It is also very important that the national magazines (magazine articles, covers and picture galleries) are available in all part- ner languages and that the translations appear in the original layout. Intercultural, transnational and media-critical learning in history education can be aimed at in the best way only if these large efforts are fulfilled. 
University seminars – sustainable im- plementation the EHISTO-project in university education 
The following conference day was devoted to the implemen- tation of intercultural, transnational and media-critical history education by means of popular history magazines within the university training of history teachers. For this purpose, the Chair of History Didactics at Augsburg University (Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp and Miriam Hannig) has developed a semi- nar, which was piloted and evaluated in Augsburg during the winter term 2013/2014. It particularly focuses on: 
a) developing critical competences in dealing with popular history magazines 
b) magazine analysis (with the help of history didactical criteria) 
c) enabling the students to independently develop competence-oriented tasks. 
This should help the students to integrate further "European History Crossroads" in their history lessons by means of pop- ular history magazines. 
The other university project partners also implemented and evaluated the proposed concept with their students. After including the gained feedback in the seminar manual it will be available as free download on the project homepage. 
Teacher training – sustainable implementa- tion the EHISTO-project in schools 
The concept of teacher training is the third key topic of the EHISTO-project besides the development of Learning Ob- jects and the concept of the university seminar. According- ly, researchers primarily from Salamanca University (Spain) developed a manual which, much as the university seminar manual, is available as free download on the project home- page. In addition to the actual organisational outline of the teacher training the manual also features working material 
and a comprehensive bibliography, which encourages in depth engagement with the topic. As is the case with the Learning Objects and the university seminar, all documents for the teacher training are available in all project lan- guages. 
Evaluation and dissemination 
The evaluation of the individual key areas – reaching from Learning Objects to the university seminar to teacher training – played a great role in Łódź. The researchers of the Acade- my of Management Łódź presented the evaluation sheets which are to be used for feedback. The evaluation results of the manuals and modules will contribute to improvement. The researchers from the University of East Anglia will focus on the university seminar and the researchers from the Uni- versity of Dalarna on the concept of teacher training. 
This ensures the practical relevance of the EHISTO results for all participating countries, the European relevance of the created documents and learning assignments as well as their integration into national curricula, training concepts and study regulations. 
Prospects 
During the following months the Learning Objects and the concept of the university seminar, but also the manual for teacher training presented at the conference were tested, evaluated and subsequently improved by the project part- ners. In May 2014 the final versions were presented at the third meeting of the EHISTO-project in Salamanca, Spain. The report of the Salamanca meeting will follow in the next newsletter. 
Until 2014 the EHISTO-project is funded by the European Union as part of the "Lifelong Learning Programme" (LLP) with an amount of roughly 300.000 Euro. 
At the meeting in Lodz
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EHISTO-project in TEEM 2013 Conference The Research GRoup in InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL, http://grial.usal.es), in collaboration with the Research Institu- te of Educational Sciences (http://iuce.usal.es), held the First International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM 2013, http:// teemconference.eu) at the University of Salamanca, from November 14th to 16th, 2013. 
The main aim of this event was the research, discussion and generation of new approaches regarding learning as a key element for the Knowledge Society. This involved the deve- lopment of several thematic areas or “tracks” for facing multi- culturality from different perspectives, including: - Education Assessment and Orientation - Human-Computer Interaction - eLearning - Computers in Education - Communication Media and Education - Medicine and Education - Robotics in Education - Engineering and Education - Information Society and Education 
The Conference promoted also a fruitful space for presenting and discussing different projects related to the topics invol- ved within the meeting. During the November 16th session, Valentina Zangrando, from the University of Salamanca and Researcher of EHISTO-project, presented EHISTO-project as a milestone for gaining multicultural and media critical approaches in education, particularly in teaching and learning History in the Secondary School level. The conference has been transmitted via web streaming. The video recording of the presentations and the proceedings are available at http://teemconference.eu. 
Katja Gorbahn is EHISTO consul- tant based in Denmark. She cur- rently holds a post as assistant professor at the Institute for Aes- thetics and Communications at Aarhus University and specializes in didactics of history. Her re- search interests include identity in history teaching, history in popular culture and textbook analysis. Cur- rently, she is working on the repre- sentation of the Second World War in popular culture and history teaching. Focusing on Germany and Denmark, this research project comprises the analysis of popular history magazines. 
“I find the EHISTO project extremely exciting. Its trans- national perspective offers great opportunities to overcome a national bias in history teaching, which is of special relevance in the current European crisis. In general, popular history magazines are a very interesting medium. Comparing them with school textbooks offers deeper insights in the character of popular history culture, respectively history teaching. Dis- cussing the magazines' intersections and interactions with other media can contribute to a richer understanding of inter- mediality in history culture. Analyzing texts from popular his- tory magazines can strengthen the students' competences of critical understanding. Therefore, it is my conviction that both pupils and teachers can profit substantially from working with history magazines. Personally, I am glad about the opportuni- ty to take part in this project and to get a deeper insight in the history cultures and history teaching practices of the coun- tries participating.” 
Popular History Magazines in Spain 
EHISTO consultant from Denmark 
Katja Gorbahn 
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EHISTO partner: FWU - Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education, Germany 
Susanne Friz (FWU) 
FWU (Institute for Film and Pic- tures in Science and Education) is Germany’s leading producer of audiovisual, didactic, and interac- tive media for schools. It was founded in 1950 as a non-profit corporation with the 16 German "Länder" (federal states) as share- holders. 
FWU produces educational films, didactic DVDs and learning software as well as internet applications. It was the first producer of educational DVDs in Germany, making didactic use of new picture, audio and scene selection features which are part of the DVD standard. It keeps on stock approximately 2.200 titles for almost all school subjects and cross-area topics, as well as fictional movies for children and young people. All productions are accompanied by comprehensive hand- books for teachers and educators. Every year about 60-65 new titles are distribu- ted. To make it easier for schools in using the media in the classroom, FWU has produced its own media portal (www.fwu-mediathek.de) with 4.400 online media including sequences, pictures, animations/simulations and worksheets. Students and teachers can either work online with the media or can download them. 
Apart from the production of media it is a major objective for FWU to provide inde- pendent information and consultancy on all pedagogical and technical questions regarding educational media, both on linear and interactive concepts and the use of telecommunication for learning. FWU therefore provides new services to the federal states in Germany concerning media-pedagogic issues, the electronic dis- tribution of media to schools directly and the start-up and operation of media- platforms. The technical and organisational possibilities have been tested in the past in projects and have now been applied to the constant use. 
FWU was chosen in 1999 to co-ordinate different educational servers and estab- lish a common internet portal for resource locators and school information. This includes integrated catalogues of any type of resources, on-line and off-line. FWU is co-founder of the German Eduserver (Deutscher Bildungsserver/DBS; http:// www.eduserver.de/) and - since 2001 - is responsible for the content of the sector ”school”. The DBS contains about 30,000 educational metadata records, linking to external resources, e.g. on school servers. The metadata is stored conforming to Dublin Core. Links can be suggested to editors by teachers. 
FWU is co-ordinator of several national projects and programmes and a service centre for public and private institutions. FWU is en- gaged in national and international pilot projects on media-pedagogic issues. Current emphasis lies on dy- namic navigation techniques for supporting learning and teaching as a process. It is co-coordinator of several national projects or programmes and was partner of some EU projects (Eurodelphes, MDE, ETB, Scalex, eCOLOURS, EdReNe, MELT, ASPECT, EHISTO). 
Take part in EHISTO 
The EHISTO-project aims to create an ever growing net- work of institutions and indi- viduals interested in EHISTO to be constantly developed during the whole EHISTO- project. Being involved in the EHISTO-network means to be timely updated about re- search processes. 
For joining the EHISTO- network please fill in the online forms on 
www.european- crossroads.de/ bepartoftheproject/ 
or just write an e-mail to info@european- crossroads.eu 
We would be very glad to come into contact with you! 
EHISTO network 
The EHISTO-project includes, besides the University of Augs- burg as coordinator, five Euro- pean research centres, which are all experienced in multiperspec- tival and media-critical approa- ches to history education. The project also involves a number of European secondary schools, several associated partners, and three internationally renowned consultants. All these different institutions and partners will be working together in order to achieve the project aims. 
EHISTO-partner - FWU in Grünwald, Germany
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EHISTO-partner: University of Social Sciences, Poland 
The University of Social Sci- ences is a pri- vate university situated in Łódź, the third biggest city in Poland. The University of Social Sciences in Lodz was es- tablished by the Association of Polish Educators in January 1995. Currently there are ca. 20000 students enrolled in the University. In our University students may choose several Faculties: 
 Educational Studies 
 Psychology 
 Journalism & Social Communication 
 Sociology 
 Social Work 
 Computer Studies 
The University offers PhD, MA and BA studies, post-graduate courses as well as specialised training courses on daily, evening and weekend and extramural basis. The Academy is also active in scientific research, organisation of national and international conferences and publishing scientific books. Since 2005 the Academy is very active in the educational international projects as coordinator and partner institution. 
The Academy provides in-service training for teachers. The Academy co-operates on the regular basis with secondary schools in the region of Łódź. 
Contact: 
Społeczna Akademia Nauk/ University of Social Sciences Joanna Szczecińska M.A. 
Sienkiewicza 9 90-133 Łódź Poland 
Phone: +48 42 664 2278 Fax: +48 42 664 2253 E-Mail: jszczecinska@spoleczna.pl Website: http://www.spoleczna.pl and www.dpf.spoleczna.pl 
University of Social Sciences, Poland 
EHISTO-partner school: Hellesdon, England 
Liz Kelleway and Margaret Taylor (Hellesdon High School) 
We have been very pleased as a department to be involved in the EHISTO-project. We all feel that popular history maga- zines have the potential to improve history teaching in a range of ways, but it is quite challenging to think how best to make use of them with pupils of different ages and abilities, given the length and quite difficult reading levels of the most popular history magazines in the UK (BBC History Magazine and History Today). Involvement in the project has also made us realise that as a department, we have not perhaps made as much use of history magazine articles as we might have done. 
The Łódź seminar was an excellent opportunity to develop our ideas about the use of popular history magazines. As well as the chance to get to see something of Łódź (which was really interesting), it was great to get the chance to talk to teachers from other countries who face the same teaching challenges. In England, teachers get very little opportunity to meet up with colleagues form other schools, so this was a rare treat, not least because we were able to discuss the dif- ferences in history teaching across the countries involved. 
The chance to compare accounts of the causes of World War One from different European countries, as represented in popular history magazines, is particularly valuable, given the centenary of this event next year. We should add that the project is an excellent example of the potential of such Euro- pean collaborations to improve educational outcomes. We also feel that we met a lot of very nice people. 
Hellesdon High School (England)
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Workpackage 6: Piloting and finalizing teaching material and teacher manuals 
The Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), as responsible work- package (WP) leader, coordinates the practical applications of the results of the already designed Learning Objects. In each partner country pilot schools implemented and piloted the material in history classes. To ensure a close and effective cooperation between researchers and schools, the EHISTO- teachers took part at the meeting in Łódź (Poland). Informed about the overall idea of EHISTO and equipped with ideas about the implementation and the piloting process, the teach- ers tested the Learning Objects with their classes before they processed questionnaires, which were collected and summa- rized by the Spanish WP-leader. The feedback from pupils and teachers were implemented in the online Learning Ob- jects in order to provide the highest possible user-friendliness. 
Workpackage 7: Piloting and finalizing module and guide for initial teacher training 
All partners working in the field of academic teacher training implemented the initial teacher training according to the mo- dule handbook in their academic teaching in the winter term 2013/14. The training was evaluated using questionnaires developed by the Polish Academy of Łódź. The experiences gained in the piloting phase were collected and turned into a report. The partners exchanged experiences and discussed changes concerning the structure of the module or the content of the module handbook. The University of East Anglia, as WP-leader, added the changes to the handbook, which will be available as an online download in all project languages. The internal project presentation took place during the third mee- ting in Salamanca (Spain) in month 21. 
Workpackage 8: Piloting and finalizing teaching material and teacher manuals 
In Germany, Sweden, England, Poland and Spain, an one to two day lasting in-service teacher training was offered at the Universities. During this “EHISTO”-training seminar, the hand- book from WP 5 has been tested. Similar to WP 6 and 7, WP 8 was evaluated using special questionnaires, which were designed by the Polish EHISTO-team. Based on these re- sults, the researchers of the Swedish University edited the in- service teacher training, which were presented – as final ver- sion – at the third meeting in Salamanca (Spain). 
Announcement: Final meeting and presentation of the results 
The coordinators and all partners of the EHISTO-project are really pleased to announce that the final EHISTO-conference is linked to the annual conference of the International Society For History Didactics (ISHD)! With the topic “history and edu- tainment” – a combination of education and entertainment – great synergies can be exploited. The EHISTO-final confer- ence will host two panels, which will contribute lectures with the thematic focus of: 
1) the state of the art of research on popular history maga- zines as a part of “history edutainment world” – with spe- cial focus on transnational and intercultural comparative perspectives 
2) learning opportunities and empirical research results about the usability of popular history magazines in the history classroom. 
Both panels will present research results directly out of the EHISTO-project. 
Within the most important international conference in the field of history didactics, the EHISTO-consortium is proud to pre- sent their outcomes and to make EHISTO even more interna- tionally well-known. Furthermore, a final publication will in- clude the results of the European EHISTO-project to reach sustainability and to provide connecting factors for further projects. 
The EHISTO-final conference will take place in Wroclaw, Poland, from 9th to 11th of September 2014. 
EHISTO Newsletter #2 
EHISTO next steps 
University Wroclaw, Poland
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Contact 
Coordinator: 
Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp 
Miriam Hannig 
Department of History Didactics 
University of Augsburg 
Universitätsstraße 10 
86159 Augsburg 
Germany 
E-mail: 
info@european-crossroads.eu 
March 2014 
Trade Fair: Leipzig Book Fair. 13th-16th March 2014, Leipzig/ Germany [LINK] 
Trade Fair: Didacta: As the biggest international trade fair for educa- tion and training it provides offers from over 900 exhibitors and a comprehensive further education programme for teachers, educators, trainers and educational staff. From the EHISTO-Team Dr. Susanne Friz presented EHISTO on Wednesday, the 26th of March, at the stall of the FWU (Hall 1/Booth C77). 25th-29th March 2014, Landes- messe Stuttgart/Germany [LINK] 
April 2014 
Conference: History Learning Digital, Historical-didactic media un- derstanding developments – positions – new challenges. 25th-26th April 2014, Cologne/Germany [LINK] 
May 2014 
Conference: UMEA Stanford Conference on History Education, 5th-7th May 2014, Umea/Sweden [LINK] 
Event: History Campus „Europe 14/14“. 7th-11th May 2014, Berlin/ Germany [LINK] 
Conference: Symposium „World War One. between National His- torical Paradigm, Popular Culture of Remembrance and Euro- pean Integration.“ 7th-9th May 2014, Berlin/Germany [LINK] 
3rd EHISTO meeting, 12th-14th May 2014, University of Salamanca/ Spain [LINK] 
June 2014 
Conference: The Future of Education, 12h-13th June 2014, Florence/ Italy [LINK] 
September 2014 Conference: History and Edutainmanet, Conference of the Inter- national Society of History Education, 8th -10th September 2014, Wroclaw/Poland [LINK] 
Conference: Die Zukunft freier Bildungsmaterialien - OER- Konferenz 2014, 12th-13th September 2014, Berlin/Germany [LINK] 
NEWSLETTER EDITORS: 
Susanne Friz, Susanne Popp, Miriam Hannig, Oliver Simmet 
GRAPHIC DESIGN: 
Susanne Friz, Miriam Hannig, Oliver Simmet 
Project duration: 01/11/2012-31/10/2014 
Project coordinator: Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp 
Coordination organisation: University of Augsburg 
Projekt No.: 527752-LLP-1-2012-1-DE-COMENIUS-CMP 
EHISTO Newsletter #2 
Picture credits: 
Theodor de Bry: Arrival of Columbus in San Salvadore (1594), copperplate engraving: 
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Columbus_landing_on_Hispaniola_adj.jpg 
University of Wroclaw, Poland: 
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universit%C3%A4t_Breslau#mediaviewer/Datei:Uniwersytet_Wroc%C5%82awski,_d._Kolegium_Jezuickie.jpg 
The EHISTO newsletter contains information about project implementation activities and achievements. All partners contribute to its contents, reporting also latest news on studies and research. To apply for this newsletter please fill in the form on www.european-crossroads.de/newsletter/ or just write an e-mail to newsletter@european-crossroads.eu. 
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This newsletter reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission can not be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. 
EHISTO related past and forthcoming events 
Theodor de Bry: Arrival of Columbus in San Salvadore (1594), copperplate engraving.

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EHISTO Newsletter Highlights Online Learning Objects and Łódź Meeting

  • 1. 1 NEWS FROM EHISTO Index Learning Objects are online! Report about 2nd meeting in Łódź EHISTO-project in TEEM 2013 Conference EHISTO consultant from Denmark EHISTO network EHISTO next steps EHISTO related past and forthcoming events July 2014 Learning Objects are online! Miriam Hannig (University of Augsburg) The consortium of the EHISTO-project is happy to announce that the transnational Learning Objects focused on intercultural and media-critical matters are now available online! The six EHISTO-project-partners from Spain, England, Sweden, Poland and Ger- many have worked together to create twelve motivating Learning Objects with interactive elements on the two European History Crossroads (EHC) “Columbus and the ‘Discovery’ of the ‘New World’” and ”The ‘outbreak’ of World War One”. At first, the EHISTO-partners found out the basic tendencies of the national views on the topics analysing schoolbooks. Then they chose two popular history maga- zines for each EHC. For the analysis they used front pages, indexes, editorials, photo series and articles. These documents are the basis for the creation of teach- ing-material which opens an European reflection for the chosen topic using a multi-perspective and comparative approach that in the same time supports intercultur- al and media-critical competences. Generally it`s the didactical goal of the Learn- ing Objects that the learners detect communalities as well as differences compar- ing the national historical cultures in Europe and by that verge to the transnational European culture of history. This shall raise the learners’ awareness for others EHISTO Newsletter #2 July 2014 The EHISTO-project will last from November 2012 until October 2014. During that time this newsletter will provide an up-date of the project activities. This second edition in- forms about the finished Learning Objects which are now available online and the 2ndproject meeting in Łódź. Apart from giving an insight of the project work the newsletter invites you to get acquainted with the project members and the part- ner schools, who will introduce themselves in every edition of the newsletter. Finally each issue will present other relevant activities and events related to the EHISTO- project. The EHISTO-team is plea- sed to launch this second issue of the newsletter. In case you want to subscribe to the newsletter please refer to the website www.european-crossroads.de/ newsletter/.
  • 2. 2 EHISTO Newsletter #2 than the well-known national point of view on relevant Euro- pean historical events and shall initiate a step towards awareness, recognition and understanding of the ”others”. The change of the perspective and the understanding of oth- er European nations are practised using the depictions of the popular history magazines: the material that has been trans- lated in the languages of the project partners can be directly used for bilingual and bilateral comparisons in the classroom. By doing this, multi-perspective learning will develop and learners will be able to verge the challenges of the European shared history. To allow teachers and pupils from different European count- ries to work with the concept of ”European History Cross- roads” each Learning Object is provided with:  a brief outline of the tendencies which influence the to- pic’s presentation in the relevant national history books; experts from the countries in question wrote these texts, which serve to unravel any tendencies in the chosen magazine articles and make them understandable in the national contexts.  possible tasks:  for critical thinking about the chosen national magazi- ne articles, in terms of contents and media features  for a bilateral, international comparison with the focus on ”media criticism”  for a bilateral, international comparison with the focus on ”transnational and intercultural historical learning”  additional material. There is a national and a bilateral access to each EHC. In the same time, the Learning Objects allow teachers and students in every country involved to carry out as many comparative studies as they want to – in transnational, media-critical and intercultural ways. They can choose freely which national perspectives they wish to compare. A ”multi-perspective” learning space emerges, in which they can explore Europe’s ”shared history” by comparing national magazines and schoolbooks. The material provided by EHISTO is especially suitable for project-based learning and learning in combined subjects. The Learning Objects presented were created for different sets of age: While the topic ”Columbus” was created for pupils aged 12 to 14 years, the tasks on ”The ‘outbreak‘ of World War One” cater roughly to students aged 14 to 16 years. Since EHISTO is an European project, it is not possible to go into particulars about all the different national educational systems. Therefore the learning materials presented are not created for each and every history classroom in Europe. Rather the tasks should serve as suggestions for teachers in order to create their own questions and targets creatively for their lessons. Furthermore, the suggestions should motivate teachers to develop and use their own ideas based on the EHC-materials. For all material free access is granted on the website of the project: https://media.sodis.de/ehisto/en/ index.html
  • 3. 3 EHISTO: European History Crossroads as pathways to intercultur- al and media education LLP-Comenius-Project, 11/2012-10/2014 Coordinator: University of Augsburg, Department of History Didactics Consortium: University of Augsburg (Germany), Uni- versity of Salamanca (Spain), Academy of Łódź (Poland), Dalarna University (Sweden), University of East Anglia (United Kingdom), FWU Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education (Germany) Partner schools: Holbein- Gymnasium, Augsburg (Germany), Gymnasium Friedberg (Germany), St.- Thomas-Gymnasium, Kammeltal (Germany), IES „Campo Gharro“, La Fuente de San Esteban (Spain), IES „Federico García Bernalt“, Salamanca (Spain), Zespół Szkół Integracyjnych nr 1 w Łódź (Poland), Borgaskolan, Gävle, (Sweden), Östra gymnasiet, Trångsund (Sweden), Hellesdon High School, Norwich (United Kingdom). Consultans: Prof. Dr. Susanne Kinnebrock, Uni- versity of Augsburg (Germany), Ass. Prof. Dr. Katja Gorbahn, Aarhus Uni- versity (Denmark), Prof. Dr. Meng Zhongjie, East China Normal University Shanghai (China) Sponsors: EU-Lifelong Learning Programme, Bava- rian Research Alliance Website: www.european- ccrossroads.eu EHISTO consortium — Second meeting, Łódź (Poland) EHISTO Newsletter #2 Second EHISTO-project meeting from 27 - 30 October 2013 in Łódź From 27 – 30 October 2013 the project partners of the EU-project "European History Crossroads as Pathways to Intercultural and Media Education" (EHISTO) met upon the invitation from the Augsburg-based project coordinator Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp (Chair of History Didactics) for the second project meeting in Łódź, Poland. Joanna Szczecińska M.A. from the Academy of Management Łódź hosted the meeting. In addition to the researchers mentioned above further researchers from the University of Salamanca (Spain), the University of Dalarna (Sweden), the University of East Anglia (UK) as well as the Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education, Germany (FWU) in Grünwald are also involved in the project. In particular it is worthy to point out that the partner schools' teachers also attended the meeting. Objectives The EHISTO-project's object of research are popular history magazines, which deal with the two "European History Crossroads" agreed upon at the kick-off meeting, namely "Columbus and the 'Discovery' of the 'New World'" and "The 'outbreak' of World War One". This commercialised form of representing history is supposed to exhibit national tendencies of looking at history in the respective countries, but also transnational commonalities. Both aspects together form the foundation required to initiate intercultural and media-critical learning in history education. Digital Learning Objects with great practical relevance for history education in schools During the conference digital Learning Objects were presented, which were devel- oped by the individual academic experts in close collaboration with the respective teachers of the EHISTO partner schools. For this purpose, every partner country developed one module each for the "European History Crossroad" "Columbus" and for "The ‘outbreak’ of the World War One". The Institute for Film and Pictures in Sci- ence and Education, Germany (FWU) took on the technical implementation thereby ensuring attractive tasks with interactive opportunities. Subsequently, the teachers examined the modules critically before testing them in their respective classes. Aligned with their individual curriculums the teachers collectively developed two
  • 4. 4 EHISTO Newsletter #2 transnational units each, which successfully complemented the tasks focusing on "national perspective", "media-critical analysis" as well as "international comparison". In communi- cating with the teachers it became clear that the didactical value of the learning portfolio lies in the tasks which are avail- able in Polish, German, Spanish, Swedish and English. It is also very important that the national magazines (magazine articles, covers and picture galleries) are available in all part- ner languages and that the translations appear in the original layout. Intercultural, transnational and media-critical learning in history education can be aimed at in the best way only if these large efforts are fulfilled. University seminars – sustainable im- plementation the EHISTO-project in university education The following conference day was devoted to the implemen- tation of intercultural, transnational and media-critical history education by means of popular history magazines within the university training of history teachers. For this purpose, the Chair of History Didactics at Augsburg University (Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp and Miriam Hannig) has developed a semi- nar, which was piloted and evaluated in Augsburg during the winter term 2013/2014. It particularly focuses on: a) developing critical competences in dealing with popular history magazines b) magazine analysis (with the help of history didactical criteria) c) enabling the students to independently develop competence-oriented tasks. This should help the students to integrate further "European History Crossroads" in their history lessons by means of pop- ular history magazines. The other university project partners also implemented and evaluated the proposed concept with their students. After including the gained feedback in the seminar manual it will be available as free download on the project homepage. Teacher training – sustainable implementa- tion the EHISTO-project in schools The concept of teacher training is the third key topic of the EHISTO-project besides the development of Learning Ob- jects and the concept of the university seminar. According- ly, researchers primarily from Salamanca University (Spain) developed a manual which, much as the university seminar manual, is available as free download on the project home- page. In addition to the actual organisational outline of the teacher training the manual also features working material and a comprehensive bibliography, which encourages in depth engagement with the topic. As is the case with the Learning Objects and the university seminar, all documents for the teacher training are available in all project lan- guages. Evaluation and dissemination The evaluation of the individual key areas – reaching from Learning Objects to the university seminar to teacher training – played a great role in Łódź. The researchers of the Acade- my of Management Łódź presented the evaluation sheets which are to be used for feedback. The evaluation results of the manuals and modules will contribute to improvement. The researchers from the University of East Anglia will focus on the university seminar and the researchers from the Uni- versity of Dalarna on the concept of teacher training. This ensures the practical relevance of the EHISTO results for all participating countries, the European relevance of the created documents and learning assignments as well as their integration into national curricula, training concepts and study regulations. Prospects During the following months the Learning Objects and the concept of the university seminar, but also the manual for teacher training presented at the conference were tested, evaluated and subsequently improved by the project part- ners. In May 2014 the final versions were presented at the third meeting of the EHISTO-project in Salamanca, Spain. The report of the Salamanca meeting will follow in the next newsletter. Until 2014 the EHISTO-project is funded by the European Union as part of the "Lifelong Learning Programme" (LLP) with an amount of roughly 300.000 Euro. At the meeting in Lodz
  • 5. 5 EHISTO Newsletter #2 EHISTO-project in TEEM 2013 Conference The Research GRoup in InterAction and eLearning (GRIAL, http://grial.usal.es), in collaboration with the Research Institu- te of Educational Sciences (http://iuce.usal.es), held the First International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM 2013, http:// teemconference.eu) at the University of Salamanca, from November 14th to 16th, 2013. The main aim of this event was the research, discussion and generation of new approaches regarding learning as a key element for the Knowledge Society. This involved the deve- lopment of several thematic areas or “tracks” for facing multi- culturality from different perspectives, including: - Education Assessment and Orientation - Human-Computer Interaction - eLearning - Computers in Education - Communication Media and Education - Medicine and Education - Robotics in Education - Engineering and Education - Information Society and Education The Conference promoted also a fruitful space for presenting and discussing different projects related to the topics invol- ved within the meeting. During the November 16th session, Valentina Zangrando, from the University of Salamanca and Researcher of EHISTO-project, presented EHISTO-project as a milestone for gaining multicultural and media critical approaches in education, particularly in teaching and learning History in the Secondary School level. The conference has been transmitted via web streaming. The video recording of the presentations and the proceedings are available at http://teemconference.eu. Katja Gorbahn is EHISTO consul- tant based in Denmark. She cur- rently holds a post as assistant professor at the Institute for Aes- thetics and Communications at Aarhus University and specializes in didactics of history. Her re- search interests include identity in history teaching, history in popular culture and textbook analysis. Cur- rently, she is working on the repre- sentation of the Second World War in popular culture and history teaching. Focusing on Germany and Denmark, this research project comprises the analysis of popular history magazines. “I find the EHISTO project extremely exciting. Its trans- national perspective offers great opportunities to overcome a national bias in history teaching, which is of special relevance in the current European crisis. In general, popular history magazines are a very interesting medium. Comparing them with school textbooks offers deeper insights in the character of popular history culture, respectively history teaching. Dis- cussing the magazines' intersections and interactions with other media can contribute to a richer understanding of inter- mediality in history culture. Analyzing texts from popular his- tory magazines can strengthen the students' competences of critical understanding. Therefore, it is my conviction that both pupils and teachers can profit substantially from working with history magazines. Personally, I am glad about the opportuni- ty to take part in this project and to get a deeper insight in the history cultures and history teaching practices of the coun- tries participating.” Popular History Magazines in Spain EHISTO consultant from Denmark Katja Gorbahn Join our facebook community and follow us on flickr to be up to date!
  • 6. 6 EHISTO Newsletter #2 EHISTO partner: FWU - Institute for Film and Pictures in Science and Education, Germany Susanne Friz (FWU) FWU (Institute for Film and Pic- tures in Science and Education) is Germany’s leading producer of audiovisual, didactic, and interac- tive media for schools. It was founded in 1950 as a non-profit corporation with the 16 German "Länder" (federal states) as share- holders. FWU produces educational films, didactic DVDs and learning software as well as internet applications. It was the first producer of educational DVDs in Germany, making didactic use of new picture, audio and scene selection features which are part of the DVD standard. It keeps on stock approximately 2.200 titles for almost all school subjects and cross-area topics, as well as fictional movies for children and young people. All productions are accompanied by comprehensive hand- books for teachers and educators. Every year about 60-65 new titles are distribu- ted. To make it easier for schools in using the media in the classroom, FWU has produced its own media portal (www.fwu-mediathek.de) with 4.400 online media including sequences, pictures, animations/simulations and worksheets. Students and teachers can either work online with the media or can download them. Apart from the production of media it is a major objective for FWU to provide inde- pendent information and consultancy on all pedagogical and technical questions regarding educational media, both on linear and interactive concepts and the use of telecommunication for learning. FWU therefore provides new services to the federal states in Germany concerning media-pedagogic issues, the electronic dis- tribution of media to schools directly and the start-up and operation of media- platforms. The technical and organisational possibilities have been tested in the past in projects and have now been applied to the constant use. FWU was chosen in 1999 to co-ordinate different educational servers and estab- lish a common internet portal for resource locators and school information. This includes integrated catalogues of any type of resources, on-line and off-line. FWU is co-founder of the German Eduserver (Deutscher Bildungsserver/DBS; http:// www.eduserver.de/) and - since 2001 - is responsible for the content of the sector ”school”. The DBS contains about 30,000 educational metadata records, linking to external resources, e.g. on school servers. The metadata is stored conforming to Dublin Core. Links can be suggested to editors by teachers. FWU is co-ordinator of several national projects and programmes and a service centre for public and private institutions. FWU is en- gaged in national and international pilot projects on media-pedagogic issues. Current emphasis lies on dy- namic navigation techniques for supporting learning and teaching as a process. It is co-coordinator of several national projects or programmes and was partner of some EU projects (Eurodelphes, MDE, ETB, Scalex, eCOLOURS, EdReNe, MELT, ASPECT, EHISTO). Take part in EHISTO The EHISTO-project aims to create an ever growing net- work of institutions and indi- viduals interested in EHISTO to be constantly developed during the whole EHISTO- project. Being involved in the EHISTO-network means to be timely updated about re- search processes. For joining the EHISTO- network please fill in the online forms on www.european- crossroads.de/ bepartoftheproject/ or just write an e-mail to info@european- crossroads.eu We would be very glad to come into contact with you! EHISTO network The EHISTO-project includes, besides the University of Augs- burg as coordinator, five Euro- pean research centres, which are all experienced in multiperspec- tival and media-critical approa- ches to history education. The project also involves a number of European secondary schools, several associated partners, and three internationally renowned consultants. All these different institutions and partners will be working together in order to achieve the project aims. EHISTO-partner - FWU in Grünwald, Germany
  • 7. 7 EHISTO Newsletter #2 EHISTO-partner: University of Social Sciences, Poland The University of Social Sci- ences is a pri- vate university situated in Łódź, the third biggest city in Poland. The University of Social Sciences in Lodz was es- tablished by the Association of Polish Educators in January 1995. Currently there are ca. 20000 students enrolled in the University. In our University students may choose several Faculties:  Educational Studies  Psychology  Journalism & Social Communication  Sociology  Social Work  Computer Studies The University offers PhD, MA and BA studies, post-graduate courses as well as specialised training courses on daily, evening and weekend and extramural basis. The Academy is also active in scientific research, organisation of national and international conferences and publishing scientific books. Since 2005 the Academy is very active in the educational international projects as coordinator and partner institution. The Academy provides in-service training for teachers. The Academy co-operates on the regular basis with secondary schools in the region of Łódź. Contact: Społeczna Akademia Nauk/ University of Social Sciences Joanna Szczecińska M.A. Sienkiewicza 9 90-133 Łódź Poland Phone: +48 42 664 2278 Fax: +48 42 664 2253 E-Mail: jszczecinska@spoleczna.pl Website: http://www.spoleczna.pl and www.dpf.spoleczna.pl University of Social Sciences, Poland EHISTO-partner school: Hellesdon, England Liz Kelleway and Margaret Taylor (Hellesdon High School) We have been very pleased as a department to be involved in the EHISTO-project. We all feel that popular history maga- zines have the potential to improve history teaching in a range of ways, but it is quite challenging to think how best to make use of them with pupils of different ages and abilities, given the length and quite difficult reading levels of the most popular history magazines in the UK (BBC History Magazine and History Today). Involvement in the project has also made us realise that as a department, we have not perhaps made as much use of history magazine articles as we might have done. The Łódź seminar was an excellent opportunity to develop our ideas about the use of popular history magazines. As well as the chance to get to see something of Łódź (which was really interesting), it was great to get the chance to talk to teachers from other countries who face the same teaching challenges. In England, teachers get very little opportunity to meet up with colleagues form other schools, so this was a rare treat, not least because we were able to discuss the dif- ferences in history teaching across the countries involved. The chance to compare accounts of the causes of World War One from different European countries, as represented in popular history magazines, is particularly valuable, given the centenary of this event next year. We should add that the project is an excellent example of the potential of such Euro- pean collaborations to improve educational outcomes. We also feel that we met a lot of very nice people. Hellesdon High School (England)
  • 8. 8 Workpackage 6: Piloting and finalizing teaching material and teacher manuals The Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), as responsible work- package (WP) leader, coordinates the practical applications of the results of the already designed Learning Objects. In each partner country pilot schools implemented and piloted the material in history classes. To ensure a close and effective cooperation between researchers and schools, the EHISTO- teachers took part at the meeting in Łódź (Poland). Informed about the overall idea of EHISTO and equipped with ideas about the implementation and the piloting process, the teach- ers tested the Learning Objects with their classes before they processed questionnaires, which were collected and summa- rized by the Spanish WP-leader. The feedback from pupils and teachers were implemented in the online Learning Ob- jects in order to provide the highest possible user-friendliness. Workpackage 7: Piloting and finalizing module and guide for initial teacher training All partners working in the field of academic teacher training implemented the initial teacher training according to the mo- dule handbook in their academic teaching in the winter term 2013/14. The training was evaluated using questionnaires developed by the Polish Academy of Łódź. The experiences gained in the piloting phase were collected and turned into a report. The partners exchanged experiences and discussed changes concerning the structure of the module or the content of the module handbook. The University of East Anglia, as WP-leader, added the changes to the handbook, which will be available as an online download in all project languages. The internal project presentation took place during the third mee- ting in Salamanca (Spain) in month 21. Workpackage 8: Piloting and finalizing teaching material and teacher manuals In Germany, Sweden, England, Poland and Spain, an one to two day lasting in-service teacher training was offered at the Universities. During this “EHISTO”-training seminar, the hand- book from WP 5 has been tested. Similar to WP 6 and 7, WP 8 was evaluated using special questionnaires, which were designed by the Polish EHISTO-team. Based on these re- sults, the researchers of the Swedish University edited the in- service teacher training, which were presented – as final ver- sion – at the third meeting in Salamanca (Spain). Announcement: Final meeting and presentation of the results The coordinators and all partners of the EHISTO-project are really pleased to announce that the final EHISTO-conference is linked to the annual conference of the International Society For History Didactics (ISHD)! With the topic “history and edu- tainment” – a combination of education and entertainment – great synergies can be exploited. The EHISTO-final confer- ence will host two panels, which will contribute lectures with the thematic focus of: 1) the state of the art of research on popular history maga- zines as a part of “history edutainment world” – with spe- cial focus on transnational and intercultural comparative perspectives 2) learning opportunities and empirical research results about the usability of popular history magazines in the history classroom. Both panels will present research results directly out of the EHISTO-project. Within the most important international conference in the field of history didactics, the EHISTO-consortium is proud to pre- sent their outcomes and to make EHISTO even more interna- tionally well-known. Furthermore, a final publication will in- clude the results of the European EHISTO-project to reach sustainability and to provide connecting factors for further projects. The EHISTO-final conference will take place in Wroclaw, Poland, from 9th to 11th of September 2014. EHISTO Newsletter #2 EHISTO next steps University Wroclaw, Poland
  • 9. 9 Contact Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp Miriam Hannig Department of History Didactics University of Augsburg Universitätsstraße 10 86159 Augsburg Germany E-mail: info@european-crossroads.eu March 2014 Trade Fair: Leipzig Book Fair. 13th-16th March 2014, Leipzig/ Germany [LINK] Trade Fair: Didacta: As the biggest international trade fair for educa- tion and training it provides offers from over 900 exhibitors and a comprehensive further education programme for teachers, educators, trainers and educational staff. From the EHISTO-Team Dr. Susanne Friz presented EHISTO on Wednesday, the 26th of March, at the stall of the FWU (Hall 1/Booth C77). 25th-29th March 2014, Landes- messe Stuttgart/Germany [LINK] April 2014 Conference: History Learning Digital, Historical-didactic media un- derstanding developments – positions – new challenges. 25th-26th April 2014, Cologne/Germany [LINK] May 2014 Conference: UMEA Stanford Conference on History Education, 5th-7th May 2014, Umea/Sweden [LINK] Event: History Campus „Europe 14/14“. 7th-11th May 2014, Berlin/ Germany [LINK] Conference: Symposium „World War One. between National His- torical Paradigm, Popular Culture of Remembrance and Euro- pean Integration.“ 7th-9th May 2014, Berlin/Germany [LINK] 3rd EHISTO meeting, 12th-14th May 2014, University of Salamanca/ Spain [LINK] June 2014 Conference: The Future of Education, 12h-13th June 2014, Florence/ Italy [LINK] September 2014 Conference: History and Edutainmanet, Conference of the Inter- national Society of History Education, 8th -10th September 2014, Wroclaw/Poland [LINK] Conference: Die Zukunft freier Bildungsmaterialien - OER- Konferenz 2014, 12th-13th September 2014, Berlin/Germany [LINK] NEWSLETTER EDITORS: Susanne Friz, Susanne Popp, Miriam Hannig, Oliver Simmet GRAPHIC DESIGN: Susanne Friz, Miriam Hannig, Oliver Simmet Project duration: 01/11/2012-31/10/2014 Project coordinator: Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp Coordination organisation: University of Augsburg Projekt No.: 527752-LLP-1-2012-1-DE-COMENIUS-CMP EHISTO Newsletter #2 Picture credits: Theodor de Bry: Arrival of Columbus in San Salvadore (1594), copperplate engraving: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Columbus_landing_on_Hispaniola_adj.jpg University of Wroclaw, Poland: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universit%C3%A4t_Breslau#mediaviewer/Datei:Uniwersytet_Wroc%C5%82awski,_d._Kolegium_Jezuickie.jpg The EHISTO newsletter contains information about project implementation activities and achievements. All partners contribute to its contents, reporting also latest news on studies and research. To apply for this newsletter please fill in the form on www.european-crossroads.de/newsletter/ or just write an e-mail to newsletter@european-crossroads.eu. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This newsletter reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission can not be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. EHISTO related past and forthcoming events Theodor de Bry: Arrival of Columbus in San Salvadore (1594), copperplate engraving.