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Cultural heritage has a crucial role to play in education.
Although educational curricula and national priorities differ, at the core of our educational systems we all want to make the most interesting and inspiring content available for students and lifelong learners. Our collections provide multiple perspectives on historical, political, economic, cultural and human developments across Europe and beyond.
On the pages below find out how you can enrich your educational resources and inspire learners with Europe's digital cultural heritage.
Explore our partnerships, services, and resources, learn how we are advocating to make it easier to use digital cultural heritage content in education, and be inspired by how others are using Europeana in education. We also invite you to join the Europeana Education community!
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Children working with Europeana resources in class. - Ryszard MarkowiczCC BY
Created: 19 December 2018
#HackCultura2019 encourages Italian school students to take charge of their national cultural heritage - tangible, intangible and digital - through the development of digital products. It is an initiative of The Digital Cultural Heritage, Arts and Humanities School network (DiCultHer) in cooperation with the Italian ministries of education (Miur) and culture (MiBAC), INDIRE, Istituto Centrale per il Catalogo Unico (ICCU), Scholas Ocurrentes, Rai Cultura and Europeana.Read more
Teacher José Ramón González Quelle tells us how integrating digital cultural heritage into the school syllabus results in endless possibilities for the student experienceRead more