Topic: e-learning

E-Learning 2016: New Strategies and Trends

This conference seeks to anticipate the future of education, offering a critical inside look into the current trends and resources being used in teaching and learning environments. The 2016 e-learning strategies and trends will be explored through the presentation of … Continue reading


(Re)Collecting the Past: (Re)Making the Future

(Re)Collecting the Past: (Re)Making the Future 4th March 2016 – Centre for Dance Research (C-DaRE), Coventry University For the 6th edition of the Digital Echoes Symposium, we focus on participation as one of the most prominent legacies of the digital, in particular … Continue reading


Summer School 2016 in Italy – ICT for Sustainable Tourism at Cultural and Religious Heritage Sites

UNESCO Chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable in World Heritage Sites with collaboration International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT) invites you to take part in Summer School 2016 devoted to Information and Communication Technologies for … Continue reading


Young Art Detectives – students engagement with the Rode Altarpiece Demonstrator

Similarly to the various humanitarian and science fields involved in conducting scientific research, the developed study activities fo the educational programme integrate different subjects: history, arts, religious studies, Social Studies, native language, mathematics, and chemistry. As an exciting and playful aspect, the children will operate as art detectives while solving the assignments. Continue reading


Identity Matters: enriching heritage to meet a new era / RICHES final conference

Borders blur. Disciplines merge. Barriers come down. The 21st century is a time of repositioning, and there is a key role to play for heritage. How do we (re)present ourselves, our public, our archives, our countries and our institutes? This was … Continue reading


Hack The Book Festival: Celebrating the future of the book and cultural heritage

by Thodoris Chiotis, OCC. The Hack The Book Festival was held on January 22-24 2016 at the Onassis Culture Centre in Athens and it was a roaring success.  The Festival was twofold: it comprised of an educational workshop held under … Continue reading


E-Space for Education: stories from the Athens workshop

by Barbara Dierickx (PACKED) On January 22nd 2016, the EuropeanaSpace Education team gathered in Athens. The day leading up to the Hack the Book event our partner Onassis Cultural Centre (OCC) co-hosted a public workshop, focussing on educators. Within E-Space, … Continue reading


ERC supports OAPEN library for open access books

The European Research Council (ERC) and OAPEN Foundation have announced on 2nd February 2016 their cooperation in furthering open access to academic books and book chapters. With the help of an ERC grant OAPEN will develop a tailor-made deposit service … Continue reading


e-AGE 2016: Call for Papers, Presentations, Posters and Participation

Integrating Arab e-infrastructure in a Global Environment, e-AGE, is an annual international event organized by the Arab States Research and Education Network, ASREN. Since its launch in December 2010 at the League of Arab States, It goes in line with … Continue reading


Creative reuse of cultural heritage and contemporary practices: challenges and opportunities in the digital world: E-Space II conference

Represented by the gracious cornflower, the national symbol of Estonia, the II Europeana Space International Conference took place in Tallinn on 10-11 December 2015. This event, organized by the Estonian Ministry of Culture, intended to generate new perspectives for the wider … Continue reading