Bringing educators and GLAM professionals together to explore the educational potential of cultural heritage collections benefits both groups and can introduce new collections into the classroom. EuroClio shares the fruitful outcomes of their co-creation meetings with these professionals.
How would you make Brussels better? In this kick-off event for Built with Bits, organised by Macedonia, Europeana and partners, take part in a dynamic citizen lab based on the New European Bauhaus values of inclusivity, sustainability and togetherness.
Built with Bits Brussels kicks off on Saturday 11 June 2022 as part of the Festival of the New European Bauhaus. This educational challenge invites students, educators and residents of Brussels to combine collaborative learning experiences and digital technologies to imagine improvements to real spaces in Brussels.
The ‘Art of Reading in the Middle Ages’ (ARMA) project saw curators work with educators to design inspiring and innovative learning materials using digitised medieval manuscripts. Find out the work done for pupils in primary and secondary schools.
In the ‘Art of Reading in the Middle Ages’ (ARMA) project, curators from different European heritage institutions and educators joined forces to design innovative learning materials for higher education with digitised medieval manuscripts. FInd out more about their work.