Discover some findings from the Europeana Education Community Steering Group, which in 2023 worked to highlight projects exploring the digital skills needed by educators working in the cultural heritage sector and creative industries (CHI educators).
Audiovisual cultural heritage collections hold huge potential for education, and a new guide from Watching Videos Like a Historian offers practical information, step-by-step guidance and examples which institutions can use to turn their materials into resources for educational reuse. Discover how you can access the guide and share your own experiences.
Black History Month is marked every October to highlight, discuss and reflect on the past and present lives and achievements of Black people as well as the challenges faced by Black communities. Find out how Europeana is contributing in 2023, and how you can join in.
In the 2022-2023 school year, the Europeana Initiative and European Schoolnet (EUN) brought digital cultural heritage into the professional practice of hundreds of formal and non-formal educators. Discover the work and access the resources created.
Over the past year, the EuroClio and Historiana teams have been working hard to develop Historiana by translating educational resources, developing an online course and strengthening partnerships with cultural heritage institutions. Learn about the work that has been undertaken and use the resources!