Digital Cultural Heritage in Education | 2020-2021 academic year

Within the 2020-2021 complex academic year, profoundly marked by the global pandemic, Europeana and European Schoolnet (EUN) joined forces to create new materials to help formal and non-formal educators find innovative ways of integrating digital cultural heritage into their activities. The new resources aim to show Europeana and EUN’s collaboration within the project, the mission and achievements during these unforeseen circumstances.

The Handbook Digital learning in the Pandemic” highlights best practices and examples of digital learning, which were created and tested in formal and non-formal educational settings during the 2020-2021 pandemic.

The presentation, an illustrated “Europeana Education: Activities summary 2020-2021” communicates the work undertaken over the past academic year.

Showing Europeana’s and EUN’s vision on the role of cultural heritage in education, the video “Bridging the gap between formal and non-formal educationshares their collaboration, the mission and achievements during the 2020-2021 academic year.

The ‘Digital Education with Cultural Heritage’ MOOC offered participants the chance to deepen their knowledge of digital cultural heritage, while exploring Europeana resources and various educational tools.

Finally, the Europeana Education Competition 2021 invited primary and secondary school teachers, museum educators and CHI professionals to find innovative ways of using arts and science educational heritage in their activities.

More than 2,200 primary and secondary school teachers, museum educators, and other CHI professionals contributed to the creation and implementation of these educational resources using Europeana content, impacting over 17,000 students. Both the Europeana Foundation and European Schoolnet would like to say a big thank you to all the actors involved in the production of the resources.

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