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Webinars

We organise, take part in, and support a number of online events to share knowledge and build capacity in our sector. Explore and watch previous webinars the Europeana Initiative and its communities have run for, and with, cultural heritage professionals.

To see our upcoming webinars, take a look at our events page. For support in organising your own webinars, explore the Europeana guide to organising online events

Copyright

Education

Engaging audiences

Impact

Inclusive cultural heritage

Representation of Diverse Histories in Europeana

Title: Image obtained from the Inclusive Museum

Representation of Diverse Histories in Europeana

Members of Europeana's Collection Engagement team present on the 'Representation of Diverse Histories in Europeana' at the 13th International Conference on the Inclusive Museum.

Research

Timematrix for researchers

Title: Image obtained from Saint George on a Bike

Timematrix for researchers

This webinar - aimed at academic researchers in data mining and data science - explores the potential of adapting automatically produced descriptions of paintings to the time period when they were created.

Sharing Data

Europeana 2020

Keynote: A Traveller's Guide to Digital Transformation

Keynote: A Traveller's Guide to Digital Transformation

What does it really feel like to drive digital transformation in the culture and heritage sector? In this talk Europeana 2020 keynote speaker Andy Neale shines a surprising light on how diversity, partnership, and purpose can help us level up. 

Belgrade adventure

Title: Education for the 21th Century.

Belgrade adventure

This session presents findings from Belgrade adventure, a project conducted by students and teachers from Belgrade who investigated the history of Belgrade by historical period in order to explore and present its multicultural history.

Cultural Heritage in 3D

Title: Still taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Cultural Heritage in 3D

This session introduces principles and tips for digitising cultural heritage in 3D, helping participants to gain an appreciation of quality and workflow in 3D, as well as an understanding of interoperability and sustainability. 

Developing E-learning curricula using World Heritage

Title: Still taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Developing E-learning curricula using World Heritage

In this session experts share their experience of developing E-learning curriculum using World Heritage and also challenges in bridging the two sectors: culture and education. 

Digital literacy divides us

Title: Jane Finnis and The Digital Transformation Agenda and GLAMs report

Creator: Jane Finnis

Date: Europeana 2020

Institution: Culture24

Digital literacy divides us

This session explores what digital literacy really is and how it is different from digital skills.

International Library Platform for Education About the Holocaust

Title: Image obtained from International Library Platform for Education about the Holocaust

International Library Platform for Education About the Holocaust

In this session you will find out more about the project “International Library Platform for Education About the Holocaust”, which proposes a new strategy for engaging libraries and library infrastructure in education about the Holocaust. 

Introduction to Accessibility for UX Designers

Title: Image obtained from Dean Birkett

Introduction to Accessibility for UX Designers

This session aims to help participants get a better understanding of (web) accessibility; what it is, who it affects, and what we can do to ensure that our products include as many people as possible. The talk is non-technical, and shares common barriers and ways to remove them.

Taking a 'CALM' approach to digital skills development

Title: Still taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Taking a 'CALM' approach to digital skills development

This session considers how and what skills we need to create more open and collaborative workplaces so that we may be aware of, acknowledge, and adapt workloads to ensure work is equally distributed and aligned to strategic goals and objectives

Teaching and Learning with IIIF

Title: Image taken from Europeana 2020 presentation

Teaching and Learning with IIIF

This session demonstrates, through a case study and examples, how IIIF tools can be used to create engaging online learning experiences.

The DigAMus-Award for digital museum projects

Title: Image obtained from DigAMusAward

The DigAMus-Award for digital museum projects

This session introduces the concept of the DigAMus-Award, discussing the advantages of such an award, why it is a good idea to start it as a grassroots movement and how further projects can be developed from it.

Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school

Title: Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school opening slide

Creator: Merete Sanderhoff

Wikipedia + OpenGLAM in school

This session shows new methods to engage the notoriously hard-to-reach teenagers in learning activities involving your collections, and build an active community of young generation users.
 

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