An upcoming call to support re-use of (your) digital cultural heritage material in education

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The Europeana network is preparing an action for supporting re-use of digital cultural heritage material in education. In the Europeana AGM 2016 in Riga there was a dedicated Chef’s table on match funding (presentation available HERE) where the call was announced.

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Outcomes: digital outcomes which re-use digital cultural heritage (e.g. your content on Europeana) for educational purpose. These outcomes should be scalable (a MOOC could be translated in several languages) or deliver international outreach.

Examples are applications (especially with element of gamification), MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courses), e-books, documentaries.

Timeline:

  • 1 Feb 2017: Call launch on Goteo.org
  • 15  March: submission deadline
  • 29 March: Announcement of the selected projects
  • 30 March – 11 April: Online assessment / workshop
  • 26 April:  launch of the project crowdfunding campaigns
  • 5  June: First campaign round finishes, if a second one is foreseen the deadline for it will be 25 June

For more information on the match funding concept and benefits, please read on this blog

 

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