The European Data Space for Cultural Heritage project will continue a series of “Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure” projects, in which EuroClio and Europeana have worked (and will continue to work) together to improve the discoverability of both Historiana and Europeana websites, by developing content on Historiana that makes use of the Europeana Digitial Collections, in partnership with Cultural Heritage Institutes.
In the next two years, we will focus on training and capacity building by holding training events which train teachers, educators, and cultural heritage professionals to use the Historiana platform, and to search for high-quality, engaging resources on Europeana. Our ambitious capacity-building programme will include both in-person train the trainer events (one in 2023 and one in 2024), and the development of an online self-paced course on creating high-quality eLearning resources. Another focus of our project will be to increase their accessibility and promote multilingualism on Historiana. We will do so by engaging EuroClio Members in the translation of selected Source Collections and eLearning Activities, and by working in close contact with Cultural Heritage Institutes to develop new content in local languages.
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