We are very happy to announce to you the Europeana ‘Digital Education with Cultural heritage’ MOOC:
Registration open until 15 March!
The course is addressed to teachers and non-formal educators like museum educators, librarians, archivists or curators. The aim of the course is twofold 1) increase digital cultural data as a trusted primary source in education and 2) empower educators to use digital technologies, essential to develop learners’ 21st-century skills.
This is also an effort of the Europeana Education initiative to support our community of educators in their training needs during this difficult time.
This MOOC makes use of Europeana’s digitised collection of cultural heritage, content from the Teaching with Europeana blog, tools like Transcribathon and Historiana and other ready-made materials that you can easily integrate into educational activities. The final goal is to design engaging and deep-learning content for students, museumgoers, or lifelong learners to prepare them as active and responsible citizens.
Over the last few years, Europeana MOOCs have trained around 4,000 educators, building their and their students’ resilience and skills for their future. You can also help us spread the word about this training opportunity among your network. To make it easier for you we have prepared a promo package (https://docs.google.com/