The consortium will work in the project to develop the following outputs:
Documentation for web developers
Three eLearning tools
The development of new tools for the Historiana eLearning Environment will involve the project partners, professional web developers, and history educators. This output will further expand the functionalities of the creation of personal eLearning activities on Historiana. The three new tools that will be implemented in Historiana will result in three new blocks that will make it easier for the users to create eLearning activities using the historical content present on the Historiana eLearning Environment.
Partner pages on Historiana
Project partners will have their own page on the Historiana eLearning Environment. This will enable them to have a dedicated space on Historiana in which they will be able to publish their own eLearning activities in the language of their choice. The purpose of the development of partner pages is to make it possible for developers of educational resources, besides EuroClio, to create, publish and promote eLearning Activities. All project partners (Muzej Slavonije, Ústav pro studium totalitních režimů, and Stockholmskällan) will work with the history educators from their network, to create exemplar educational resources on the Historiana eLearning Environment that will be used in their own educational setting, and in their main language of instruction.
Recommendations for Europeana
The purpose of this activity is to identify what can be done to help history educators find more sources that they can use in the design of (online) resources. The recommendations will provide insights on how creators of resources for the teaching and learning of history are searching for sources online. This will result in a list of recommendations addressed to Europeana and their content providers, which will give them inputs on how to better link with history educators and how to collect content in a way that it would be more adaptable and driven to education.
Post-project business case
The purpose of the post-project business case is to make sure that the outputs developed in the framework of the project will be sustainable in the future. The business case will result in a study mapping the needs of commercial publishers of educational resources and those of history educators who are interested in the use of IT to enhance their teaching practices. The business case will give EuroClio insights on the possible ways how to keep Historiana sustainable.