image Written in the framework of the Europeana DSI-4 project, this ‘Europeana Education and European Schoolnet: Five years promoting innovative learning with digital cultural heritage, 2015 – 2020’ publication highlights how, during the past five years, Europeana and European Schoolnet have been working together on strengthening the connection between cultural heritage and educational sectors.

Europeana by bringing together professionals dealing with digital culture and providing educational stakeholders with training tools and guidelines, available on the Europeana Classroom, a new section for educators created for the revamped EUN by providing teachers training, creating, and maintaining the Teaching with Europeana blog and by promoting the use of digital culture in education thanks to the support of its network of Education Ministries. This publication has been published by European Schoolnet is supported by the Europeana Foundation, co-financed by the European Union, Connecting Europe Facility.

In this publication, you will learn about:

  • The promotion of innovative learning with digital cultural heritage
  • The online accessibility of Europe’s cultural memory
  • The use of Europeana in education
  • The Europeana Teacher Community
  • The Teaching with Europeana blog
  • Training opportunities
  • Europeana in your classroom massive online open courses (MOOC)
  • The new challenges in education

Vanessa James, Borbala Pocze, Isabel Crespo, Agueda Gras-Velazquez
educational authorities, learners, policy makers, teachers
Innovation, STEM, STEM Education
Related projects
Europeana DSI-4
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