Europeana Education Community

Who we are

The Europeana Education community brings together professionals dealing with digital culture and learning in cultural heritage institutions, educational organisations, schools, NGOs, ministries, local government, and the private sector.

What we do

We work to embed digital cultural heritage in both formal and informal education and foster innovation.

Why join?

  • Meet your peers and network at the Europeana annual conference and other relevant events
  • Stay informed and get the latest news about education and the cultural heritage sector through our dedicated communication channels
  • Grow your network and participate in European projects
  • Contribute to digital transformation in education with culture

Activities and resources

Meet the steering group

Europeana Education on LinkedIn

To stay updated about the latest news, share your ideas and/or add your voice to the discussions, join our Education Group on LinkedIn.


LinkedIn
Title:
[Aula d'escola]
Creator:
Desconegut
Date:
1930/1935
Institution:
Ajuntament de Girona
Country:
Spain

Europeana Education on Facebook

Join the Europeana Education Facebook group to stay updated about the latest news and share your ideas. 


Facebook
Title:
Grup Escolar Joan Bruguera
Creator:
Desconegut
Date:
1920/1930
Institution:
Ajuntament de Girona
Country:
Spain

Latest news

Bringing digitised medieval objects into compulsory education
Title:
Christine de Pisan from BL Harley 4431, f. 3
Date:
c. 1410-c. 1414
Institution:
British Library
Country:
Rijksmuseum

Bringing digitised medieval objects into compulsory education

Created: 31 May 2022

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. 

Teaching with digitised medieval manuscripts in post-secondary education
Title:
The making of the video series: Irene O’Daly and Sean van der Steen in the Special Collections Reading Room of Leiden University Libraries.
Creator:
Erik-Jan Dros (photographer)
Date:
2021
Institution:
Leiden University Libraries
Country:
The Netherlands

Teaching with digitised medieval manuscripts in post-secondary education

Created: 12 May 2022

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.

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