European History Has a House! It’s a Free and Nuanced Museum in Brussels

On 5th of May, EUROCLIO Director Jonathan Even-Zohar, together with EUROCLIO Founder and Special Advisor Joke van der Leeuw-Roord and Honorary Board Member Prof. Dr. Maria Grever (Centre for Historical Culture, Erasmus University Rotterdam), had the pleasure to join a group of about 120 stakeholders, including representatives of the European […]

Historiana Blog: A View from the Field of Education

The benefits of having one central access point to cultural heritage online Part 4 in a series on new Europeana source collections on Historiana               The featured source collections can be found on Historiana and therefore can be used to create online learning activities. This blog is […]

Time and Technology

Part 3 in a series on new Europeana source collections on Historiana               The featured source collections can be found on Historiana and therefore can be used to create online learning activities. This blog is part of a series of four releases of source collections. […]

Shedding new Light on Known Historical Figures

Part 2 in a series on new Europeana source collections on Historiana         The featured source collections can be found on Historiana and therefore can be used to create online learning activities. This blog is part of a series of four releases of source collections. Stay tuned for more in […]

Imagining the Learning Community of Tomorrow

During the Annual Conference of the Lifelong Learning Platform, taking place from 31 May-1 June in Bratislava, EUROCLIO was represented by Joke van der Leeuw and Laura Steenbrink, who actively participated to the Annual Conference. The conference was opened by the LLLP President David Lopez and representative of the Slovak […]

The Power of Images

It is often said that young people today prefer visuals over texts in their education. The widespread digitization of images from the collections of museums, archives and libraries offer the chance to educators to meet this demand. For individual educators the offer, however, can be overwhelming, which is why EUROCLIO, in partnership with Europeana, has created sets of visual sources selected for use in history education.






Take the #BigArtRide with Europeana!

Europeana 280 is coming to your country. This cross-border campaign organised by Europeana, the Dutch design studio DROPSTUFF.nl, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and multiple Embassies of the Kingdom of The Netherlands across Europe. The campaign aims to get people excited about Europe’s shared art heritage by celebrating the diverse […]

#AllezCulture: Europeana Launches Campaign for Digital Heritage

#AllezCulture is the hashtag that marks Europeana’s new campaign inviting everybody to find and share their cultural heroines and heroes through Europeana. The campaign was launched on 29 March, and offers the chance to look at Europeana’s digital collection from a new perspective. The collections from cultural institutions brought together in […]