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 […]

EUROCLIO Online Training – How to use Historiana with Europeana classroom

The  sources available in the Europeana Collections are vast and very useful, but it is important to know how to navigate this platform in order to make the most out of its potential. This is why EUROCLIO, in collaboration with Europeana, is hosting trainings to bring these skills to teachers […]

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 […]

Decisions and Dilemmas: “Changing Europe” Materials Translated and Used in Local Member Events

EUROCLIO is excited to announce that educational materials from the Historiana unit “Changing Europe”, developed in  the previous edition of Decisions and Dilemmas, will be translated into several languages and used in workshops. The workshops will take place in the countries of the following EUROCLIO member associations: Bulgarian History Teachers’ Association, […]

Historiana Named Best Practice in Education and Innovation Pedagogy

Historiana was recognised as the “Best Practice In Education and Innovation Pedagogy” at a ceremony in the House of European History on Tuesday, as part of the Lifelong Learning Week in Brussels, organised by the Lifelong Learning Platform and the European Youth Forum. The overarching theme of the week is “Education […]

Europeana and EUROCLIO Continue Partnership to Unlock Digital Heritage for Education

In October, EUROCLIO Programme Director Steven Stegers and Network Coordinator Jaco Stoop attended the kick-off of the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure phase 3. The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) showcases and provides online access to Europe’s cultural and scientific heritage. EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators is part of […]