Lumni, a public audiovisual platform, is now open to students. Other platforms offer students online resources to support them. Focus on three of them.
Lumni, a platform that brings together a wealth of public audiovisual content dedicated to education, is now aimed at students. From Monday 27.9. Lumni Student is available for free online. It is divided into three spaces: a space for students and family, a space for teachers and a space for teachers. France TV, Arte and L’Etudiant.fr provide content on this platform.
Lumni, unite G culture and orientation
Among the almost 1,200 contents you will find, for example, the program “Culture monde” by France Culture, “La marche du monde” by RFI and “7 days on the planet” by TV5 Monde. Youtuber Cyrus North also broadcasts a two-month program “L’Entre deux”, in which he talks to an expert on current and social issues.
This information is supplemented by practical content, such as oral presentation methodologyrelaxation podcasts from RFI and an interactive map showing all the services for students in your area (jobs, grocery stores, connected campus, information on housing and scholarships, etc.).
Finally, this platform connects lots of content to help you orient yourself. It airs live, where you can ask questions to a professional who testifies to his profession, as well as videos about Onisep’s orientation.
Digital University to complete university courses
Digital University produces and distributes free educational resources from bachelor’s to master’s. On its platform, you will find more than 30,000 resources on health and sport, engineering, economics and management, the humanities (arts, literature and languages, the humanities and social sciences), the environment and sustainable development, and finally technology.
Digital University is an association composed of six thematic digital universities, whose mission is to provide digital educational resources to higher education institutions. The technical, scientific and educational quality of these resources is verified by academics in every disciplinary area. In the vast majority of cases, these resources are open and free.
They also produce themed digital universities MOOCs, interdisciplinary and disciplinary testing, related remedies, university discovery facilities and training courses. These resources are supplemented by content from Onisep.
Please note that although the platform is run by universities, these grants are not diplomas.
Digital vulture that will train you online
The Sup Numérique platform was created by the Ministry of Higher Education. It provides free access to almost 30,000 educational resources in the form of courses, conferences, MCQs, tutorials, interactive lessons, etc. These resources range from bac + 1 to doctorate through training.
On the one hand, you will find many free MOOCs, open to all and supported by higher education institutions or ministries. You can take these online courses in the fields that interest you.
On the other hand, almost 30,000 funds for self-training are available for free. These are courses, exercises, web documents, reference lists, demonstrations, case studies or even tutorials.