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Portrait of Tatyana Oleinik

Tatyana Oleinik

OpenEduHub H.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University Ukraine

There's no doubt, I'm interested in joining ENA together with the Europeana Aggregators' Forum initiative for my country and region using publication at conferences and social media. I'm sure that DCH is one of the key points that inspires people for SDG activity. I would want to support all creative people in these hard times for Ukraine so that they could become leaders of the innovative movement as local hubs of expertise and champions of the data space for cultural heritage.

My main work as an educator at the formal and informal (public or extended) levels last time connected with Open Education (Hub of Open Educational Resources and Practice), Europeana Networks. For more than 5 years, Europeana resources were based on modernised modules about digital means for teacher education (pre-service and in-service students of arts, humanities and social sciences departments).
PhD research was devoted to digitally exploring students' maths cognition, and then I spent many years teaching, training, and scientific supervising PhD and Master's works on ICT in education. My participation in international projects in maths education has noted grants for International and European educational conferences (in some of which I was a member of the Organizing Committee). Later I worked as a head of the Department of Digital Education, co-coordinator of the Critical Thinking Project, and a co-author of textbooks.