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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. Through this page you can explore some of the resources we have designed to enrich and inspire learning practice and find out more about the Europeana Education Community. 

Resources for teachers

Explore learning scenarios, training and apps on our Collections platform. 

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Community of Education

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

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Presenting the Opening Up Historiana project

Title: A teacher from Czech Republic during a feedback session of the project, CC-BY 4.0

Date: 2019-08-30

Institution: Institute of the Study of Totalitarian Regimes

Presenting the Opening Up Historiana project

Created: 19 August 2020

The Opening Up Historiana project was a Europeana Generic Services Project which created new ways for history educators to create, share and use eLearning Activities with content from the Europeana collections website. We explore the features the project developed.

Culture from home – Connecting through webinars during the lockdown

Culture from home – Connecting through webinars during the lockdown

Created: 6 July 2020

From March to June 2020, Europeana Communicators held a series of webinars on the theme ‘Culture from home’, in which specialists from museums, libraries, archives and educational settings shared their solutions for reaching audiences while their doors were closed.  Here, co-chair and webinar moderator Susan Hazan reflects on the series.