img. from Historiana website, CC-BY-4.0 EuroClio – European Association of History Educators, with a photo by CRDI / Martí Massafont Costals.
Historiana is an on-line educational multimedia tool that offers students multi-perspective, cross-border and comparative historical sources to supplement their national history textbooks. Historiana is co-funded by the European Union and is part of the satellite networks of Europeana, the European digital library. With plenty of ideas and ready-to-use learning resources, Historiana helps teachers in reusing open access cultural heritage materials online for boosting their lessons, or engaging their students in an innovative way.
From now on, Photoconsortium has its own spot in this great collections of resources dedicated to teachers and students, to offer selected visual content available for educational reuse and ready-made activities based on historical photographic heritage that is sourced from Photoconsortium’s partners collections in Europeana.
Discover all the resources: https://historiana.eu/partners/photoconsortium
Currently, the page offers highlights from the great photographic collections of CRDI / Ajuntament de Girona, with e-learning activities dedicated to the history of the 1950s.
Plans for expanding the available educational resources with more collections and materials, also with different focuses about different historial periods, are already set via the collaboration between Photoconsortium and Historiana.
This effort is also part of the Europeana DSI4 project‘s activities for supporting capacity building in the area of digital transformation kf the education and cultural sector.
Discover Historiana: https://historiana.eu/