During the 2021-2022 school year, Europeana and European Schoolnet (EUN) joined forces to help educators find ways to incorporate digital cultural heritage into their activities, narrowing the gap between formal and non-formal education. Read about what they achieved.
Almost ten years since it was launched, Historiana has developed a wide variety of resources to inspire students, educators, and cultural heritage institutions to use and learn from historical content. Today, we hear about a new series of video playlists the platform has launched.
Bringing educators and GLAM professionals together to explore the educational potential of cultural heritage collections benefits both groups and can introduce new collections into the classroom. EuroClio shares the fruitful outcomes of their co-creation meetings with these professionals.
The Europeana Foundation’s Business Plan 2021, ‘Towards a digital public space for cultural heritage’, highlights five themes that run through all aspects of our work. We explore these themes with a series of interviews with Europeana Foundation staff. Here, Julia Fallon, Eleanor Kenny and Milena Popova from the Europeana Foundation, talk about collaboration.
In October, we were delighted that our partnership with the global library cooperative OCLC came to fruition by making millions of cultural heritage items from Europeana available through the database WorldCat. We speak to Tim Martin, Director of Business Development and Publisher Relations at OCLC, to find out more.