Education

Cultural heritage has a crucial role to play in education. The digital collections of Europeana provide multiple perspectives on historical, scientific and cultural developments across Europe and beyond. We want to bring this source of knowledge to every learner, educator or educational organisation so that they can experience the pedagogical potential of digital cultural heritage and build new 21st century skills. Explore how on this page. 

Resources and activities

Europeana Education Ambassadors network
Title:
An Ambassador's Audience with the Grand Vizier in his Yali on the Bosporus (Ambassador Cornelis Calkoen, 12 August 1727)
Date:
1700 - 1800
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

Europeana Education Ambassadors network

The Europeana Education Ambassadors network is made up of educators throughout Europe who stimulate, support and promote the integration of digital cultural heritage in educational practice.

#reinventingBeethoven
Title:
Frederika Sophia Wilhelmina of Prussia (1751-1820). Wife of Prince Willem V, in the Temple of the Arts
Date:
1760 - 1790
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

#reinventingBeethoven

A creative educational challenge based on Beethoven's life and work for students in primary and secondary education.

Webinars and videos

ESACH Talks! Museums, Art and Cultural Heritage
Title:
Image obtained from ESACH

ESACH Talks! Museums, Art and Cultural Heritage

Raul Gomez Hernandez, Collections Engagement Intern at Europeana Foundation, discusses promoting diversity and inclusion with digital collections through #reinventingBeethoven. 

STEM and Digital Cultural Heritage: A perfect alliance
Title:
Interiör, Hushållsporslinsfabriken. Glasyrkarusell. Det gjutna godset förs på ett band bl a genom ett sprutskåp där glasering sker på maskinell väg. Personer: okänd
Creator:
Enzo Poire
Institution:
Värmdö kommun
Country:
Sweden

STEM and Digital Cultural Heritage: A perfect alliance

This short webinar explores the potential of Europeana in relation to STEM and ready-made learning material that can help to achieve key  21st Century competencies with students.

Our Culture is our Gif(T)
Title:
Flowers from Normandy
Date:
1887
Institution:
Rijksmuseum
Country:
Netherlands

Our Culture is our Gif(T)

This short webinar offers an overview around the tools that can be used to create memes, gifs, or even board games that students might find of interest, and how to embed these tools in a project.

Partners

We aim to bring the knowledge of Europe’s cultural heritage collections to every learner and educator in Europe in formal and non-formal education. To make that possible we are building partnerships with ministries of education, associations and networks working on education at European level, as well as edtechs that integrate Europeana content to design new educational products and services. If you would like to work with us please get in contact with Isabel Crespo at isabel.crespo@europeana.eu.

Ministries of Education

European Associations and Networks

Industry

Latest news

Built with Bits – an educational challenge: best New European Bauhaus project
Title:
Biodiversity Pavilion
Creator:
Maria Luisa Onida
Date:
2021
Institution:
IS Leonardo da Vinci of Lanusei
Country:
Italy

Built with Bits – an educational challenge: best New European Bauhaus project

Created: 26 April 2022

Europeana’s ‘Built with Bits’ programme invited students and educators to combine collaborative learning experiences and digital technologies with the values at the heart of the New European Bauhaus movement. We interview the winner of the programme's 'best New European Bauhaus project' category about their experience.

Built with Bits – an educational challenge: best Europeana project
Title:
The 'Living on my Moon' project in Mozilla hubs
Creator:
Daniela Brogna
Date:
2021
Institution:
IC Pimentel Fonseca
Country:
Italy

Built with Bits – an educational challenge: best Europeana project

Created: 25 April 2022

Europeana’s ‘Built with Bits’ programme invited students and educators to combine collaborative learning experiences and digital technologies with the values at the heart of the New European Bauhaus movement. We interview the winner of the programme's 'best Europeana project' category about their experience.

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