New Source Collections: Napoleon and European Royalty

Historiana now has two new Europeana source collections available. The first is about the life and influence of Napoleon, and the second source collection shows the impressive power of some European monarchs. Different views on Napoleon Bonaparte Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of the French, King of Italy, has been subject to […]

New Europeana source collections available on the First World War!

Historiana is now updated with two new source collections. The first displays the role of women in the First World War. The second explores the impact that the Great War had on individuals, and how people coped with physical injuries. Women in World War One This collection of 19 sources […]

New Sets of Primary Sources Selected from Europeana Now Available on Historiana

In the coming weeks, EUROCLIO will publish a new series of source collections that have been developed specially to address challenges related to the teaching of historical thinking skills. Together with the source collections, exemplar learning activities have been made available that show how the collections can be used in […]

Marseille Workshop Explores Online Learning Possibilities with Europeana

On April 24, 2018, EUROCLIO, in conjunction with Europeana, held a workshop entitled The human impact of World War 1: Living with disability – How to use quality source materials for online learning activities, in Marseille as part of the EUROCLIO Annual Conference 2018. This event featured participants from Denmark, […]

Future Teachers Train with Europeana Sources on Historiana

On the 4th of April, EUROCLIO Programme Director Steven Stegers and Trainee Dorien van Duivenboden were invited by Fontys (Hogeschool) in Tilburg to organise a training about Historiana for a group of 20 future history teachers in the Netherlands. Steven gave a presentation about the development of Historiana website. He […]

Europeana DSI 3

The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure phase 3 (DSI3) project has continued the work of its predecessors DSI1 and DSI2 in tackling the question of how to unlock the potential for use of digital heritage for (history) education. The project focused on the further integration of Europeana and Historiana in order […]