Designed to enhance internet users’ access to information and educational content, the new citeco.fr website offers a customised search engine. In “I search for contents on”, you can select a topic, the formats of your choice (videos, games, dataviz, texts, etc.) and the public to which the resources should correspond most closely (general public, secondary school, university students, teachers, etc.). It is also possible to sort resources by degrees of recommendation, in particular based on opinions posted on each article by internet users.
Improved access to educational resources
This new advanced search tool may be particularly useful to access our new section “The keys of the economy” which hosts all the educational tools on economics listed on citeco.fr, i.e. those of the Cité de l’économie and those of other sources, in particular of our partners.
Another new section, “The Mag”, comprises economics teaching events and news and debates.
Lastly, the section “The City” enables you to find out more about the project of the Cité de l’économie and the hôtel Gaillard that will host the museum as of 2018. You will also find there our “Teacher’s corner” and our “Press room”.
A site tailored to all your electronic devices and linked to social networks
Each page has a simple design. Indeed, our aim is to allow you to directly access the information you require. You can do this regardless of whether you are consulting citeco.fr on a computer, a mobile phone or a tablet thanks to the fact that it was created using responsive web design.
And the icing on the cake: Citéco offers you, on its homepage, a new game to test your knowledge, currently on the history of economic thought!
More generally, the new citeco.fr website favours interactivity. Do not hesitate to rate articles, to share content on social networks, join Citéco’s social network communities (Twitter, Facebook, etc.), subscribe to our new newsletter, and post your comments. And send us your remarks and suggestions to this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on 28 November 2016. Updated on 12 September 2019