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Sketchcast

Sketchcast

You can just let your ideas flow. Here are some examples, but don’t let them restrict your creativity!

  • Create a tutorial explaining how boomerangs work (and why they don’t always return)
  • Draw a doodle of your ex
  • Explain a math formula
  • Create a cartoon (you can use the eraser tool to make place for several panels of the cartoon)
  • Get a partner and explain a concept together… voice recording doesn’t have to be used by only one person!
  • Write a love letter with lots of sketching inbetween
  • Create an online Chinese course and explain Pinyin writing
  • Create a masterpiece and show others how to draw
  • Explain baseball to Europeans… or explain soccer to Americans!
  • Create a riddle for kids: draw something and the kid has to guess while you’re drawing
  • Draw a manga action scene
  • and much more…
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PLOTEUS

Directorate: General for education-culture

Architravel


“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

Robert Frost

Archi.Travel was founded in 2008, during a trip, giving the travelling group new form and entity. The fundamental purpose of the website is to gather information and experiences from the past travels thus creating an electronic Arcitectural City Guide.
Through texts, pictures and maps, the most significant architectural buildings will be described, and there will be recommended “architectural journeys”.
Parallel to this, members will be fully informed about the latest (travel) excursions organized by Archi.Travel and the possibility to take part in them.

Images about Safety & Health at Work

European photo competition about safety and health at work.

EU bookshop

Managed by the Publications Office of the European Union, EU Bookshop gives you online access to the European Union’s official publications.You can download them as PDF files or (for some) order copies to be sent to you at home.

Europeana: think culture

Europeana.eu is about ideas and inspiration. It links you to 6 million digital items.

  • Images – paintings, drawings, maps, photos and pictures of museum objects
  • Texts – books, newspapers, letters, diaries and archival papers
  • Sounds – music and spoken word from cylinders, tapes, discs and radio broadcasts
  • Videos – films, newsreels and TV broadcasts

Some of these are world famous, others are hidden treasures from Europe’s

  • museums and galleries
  • archives
  • libraries
  • audio-visual collections
  • LIFE photo archive hosted by Google

    Search millions of photographs from the LIFE photo archive, stretching from the 1750s to today. Most were never published and are now available for the first time through the joint work of LIFE and Google.