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2 minutes to read Posted on Thursday September 7, 2017

Education

Guide to using Europeana in Education

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This guide introduces the basic principles of searching for and using Europeana’s content in education. It covers topics like copyright and licenses that allow educational reuse, and how you should credit Europeana content when you use it. It is of use to educators across all subjects, students and lifelong learners, developers of educational resources and educational publishers. 

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SPECIAL THANKS 

  • The French translation was developed as part of the partnership with the French Ministry of Education. You can find more Europeana resources in French on the educational platform, Éduthèque.
  • The Spanish version of the guide is a result of the partnership with Procomun, an initiative of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.
  • As a result of the collaboration with the DiCultHer network and the ICCU, there is available a version of the guide in Italian.
  • The guide in Portuguese has been translated thanks to the collaboration with the Direção-Geral da Educação (DGE), Ministério da Educação in Portugal.
  • The Romanian, Armenian, Greek, Serbian, Macedonian, Croatian, Icelandic, Turkish and Dutch/Flemish translations have been made possible thanks to the Europeana Education community, with a special thanks to: Olimpia Curta (Steering Group Co-chair), Astghik Mkhitaryan, Vasiliki Psaridou, Olivera Ilic, Sonja Jankulovska, Viktorija Tomsic, Lóa Kristjánsdóttir (Steering Group member), Emine Ertaş and Frederik Truyen (Steering Group Chair).

 

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