img. Gezin met 10 kinderen gaan emigreren, Gooi en Vecht Historisch, CC BY-SA via Europeana.
As part of the participation of the stakeholders in The Digital Heritage Education project, it was launched a survey for teachers, museum educators, museum content producers, and anyone under 30 years old around digital heritage education in European museums.
The main aim of this survey is to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the digital cultural heritage education resources developed for young people (12–30-year-old) in European museums. This survey will collect more information around digital cultural habits from young people and work experience from museum educators and teachers to know how the resources have been implemented and museum content producers or creatives to know how they have been produced.
Here is the link to the survey
The survey is available until 11 April 2021.
Taking the perspective of the four stakeholders, a representative of each group will discuss in a roundtable the results with the others to know the state of the field for creating a new methodology for the development of digital heritage education resources for young people.