This handbook from Europeana Education and European Schoolnet showcases best practices and examples of digital learning during the pandemic. It provides a resource to help educators throughout Europe find innovative, ready-to-use educational material.
During the 2020-2021 school year, the global pandemic has posed new challenges to the field of education. Explore how Europeana and European Schoolnet joined forces to help formal and non-formal educators find new ways of integrating digital cultural heritage into their activities.
This booklet for teachers and educational stakeholders is composed of the 30 best contributions in the 2020 Europeana Education Competition. It aims to inspire and support the creation of learning activities that promote the integration of digital cultural heritage in educational activities.
To celebrate five years of working work together, Europeana and European Schoolnet have produced a new publication which explores their work promoting innovative learning with digital cultural heritage. We explore some of the highlights.
Over the past five years, Europeana and European Schoolnet EUN have been working together on strengthening the connection between cultural heritage and educational sectors. Read a report into their work.