Between 21 and 25 August 2017, Europeana will be at Ludovia, France's leading event on digital education. Described as a summer university in digital education, this is the perfect home to discuss how best to embed Europeana's digital heritage content in education.
Specialized in developing educational apps to introduce children to art, history and architecture, the Italian startup Art Stories was recently selected as one of the winners of the first Europeana Challenge of 2016. This competition was the first of a series of online challenges intended to promote the innovative re-use of Europeana content.
Digital games are increasingly used for promoting learning and supporting cultural heritage engagement through playful activities. Games used for learning have a positive impact on educational efficiency and student motivation, as they encourage and improve engagement and resourcefulness.