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Posted on Wednesday May 27, 2020

Updated on Monday June 22, 2020

Europeana Communicators and Europeana Education webinar: Culture From Home - Education

The fourth edition of our Culture From Home webinar series brought together experts in cultural heritage and education - Isabel Crespo, Emma Abbate and Anke von Heyl talk about Europeana Education, Minecraft and art education in social media.

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Europeana Communicators and Europeana Education webinar: Culture From Home - Education

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Date: Ca. 2018

Country: France

CC BY-SA
11 June 2020
10:00 — 11:00 Webinar

Speakers:

  • Isabel Crespo, Manager of the Europeana Education community will present how Europeana last year got more than 2,000 teachers (from maths and science to arts and history subjects) designing learning material with digital culture. Isabel will also introduce future plans to engage with museum educators.
  • Emma Abbate, a teacher and teachers’ trainer will present ‘Europeana and Minecraft: a gamified approach to digital archives to enhance creativity in the classroom’.
  • Anke von Heyl, art historian and museum educator, specialist for participation in social media, will talk about how to bring art and people together with her presentation, ‘Between listening and inspiration – art education in the digital area.’

The webinar was moderated by Europeana Communicators co-chair, Susan Hazan.

If you missed it or want to look again, the slideshow is now available and you can watch and listen to the webinar recording:

This webinar is brought to you by Europeana Communicators - a speciality community of the Europeana Network Association - in collaboration with the Europeana Foundation. Find out more and join this Europeana Network Association Community.

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