In the context of the IHEA project (Innovating History Education for All) the project partners met for the final time. Maren Tirbukait from Georg Eckert Institute (GEI), Jakub Lorenc and Jacek Staniszewski from Educational Research Institute (IBE), Helen Snelson from Mount School York (MSY) with online participation of Nique Sanders from Webtic met with EuroClio coordinators Steven Stegers and Judith Geerling during the Annual Conference in San Sebastian. They discussed the final version of a research paper on digital learning in European policies and 8 case-studies on national curricula across Europe. You can find this research paper on the project page soon. Also they discussed the online learning environment for Historiana that is developed, and the next steps for exemplar learning activities using the online tools that will become available on Historiana, and the user’s guide on how to use them. Finally they agreed on the structure of policy recommendations that will be made in the coming period on digital learning resulting from the findings in this project. For more information on the project, visit our project page: