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CARARE workshop: Europeana4education

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Workshop jointly hosted by CARARE and Europeana which took place at the University of Leiden, Faculty of Archaeology on 14 June 2017. The theme of the workshop was Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana.

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CARARE workshop: Europeana4education

  1. 1. EUROPEANA4EDUCATION Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop Nicole McNeilly 14 June 2017 Esbjörn at the Study Corner Carl Larsson, 1912 National Museum, Sweden Public Domain
  2. 2. EUROPEANA4EDUCATION Wolsdonklaan playground in 's-Hertogenbosch Paul Humpig Stadsarchief 'S Hertogenboschm Netherlands, CC BY-SA
  3. 3. Europeana4Education What do we know about how teachers use cultural heritage?
  4. 4. Europeana DSI2 teachers’ workshop – Brussels – 27 February 2017 CC BY-SA Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA Digital behaviours Q: How did you search and find online educational resources suited for your subject teaching prior to the pilot? Source Number Google 18 Websites of web sites of museums and art galleries 11 National content portal 9 Wikipedia 8 Commercial educational websites 8 Other: ● YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram ● etwinning and other workshop partners - tools and resources recommended by colleagues. ● social networking and CoPs ● facebook groups ● Software I create for education ● Friend / colleague recommendations. 6
  5. 5. Europeana DSI2 teachers’ workshop – Brussels – 27 February 2017 CC BY-SA Digital behaviours The majority of teachers rated their level of competency in the following areas as very well or well developed: • Searching and finding online educational resources that fit my subject (n=17) • Use of online educational resources in my subject teaching (n=17) • Evaluation and adaption of online educational resources for my subject teaching (n=15) • Creation of online resources for my subject teaching (n=13) Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  6. 6. Europeana DSI2 teachers’ workshop – Brussels – 27 February 2017 CC BY-SA Europeana’s offer for educators Top 3 most useful functions (very useful, useful or partly useful): • Collections (art, music or fashion) (n=19) • Pinterest (n=18) • Europeana search by colour, people or time periods (n=17) Top 3 least useful functions (not useful or have not used in teaching): • Labs datasets (n=11) • Europeana API (n=9) • Europeana blog (n=7) Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  7. 7. Europeana DSI2 teachers’ workshop – Brussels – 27 February 2017 CC BY-SA Europeana’s offer for educators Europeana content used in the pilot to date: • Image (art or photography) (n=19) • Text (eg newspaper, other text resource) (n=7) • Video (n=7) • Sound (eg music) (n=5) • 3D (n=1) Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  8. 8. Findings so far Hungarian Ornamental Motifs. Design: Pál Horti. 1904. Schola Graphidis Art Collection, Hungarian University Of Fine Arts - High School Of Visual Arts, Budapest, Hungary. CC BY-SA. ● Teachers are enthusiastic about Europeana’s content ● Curated content is most useful (eg Europeana exhibitions) ● Apps are great ways to experience and use our content in classrooms ● Educators want international and multilingual content ● Educators trust our platform and content But there are challenges... ● Searching for relevant content ● Finding content with licenses suitable for educational reuse ● Empty thumbnails or broken records discourage pupils and teachers Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  9. 9. France, Public Domain 1921, National Library of France Agence Rol. Agence photographique 22/10/21, course [automobile sur le circuit] de Brooklands, le comte Zborowski sur Aston Martin What do we aim to do?
  10. 10. DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPSNetherlands, Public Domain 1910-1925, Rijksmuseum Anonymous Tak met vier mangolia’s
  11. 11. BRINGING EUROPEANA CONTENT TO THE EDUCATION COMMUNITY Czech Republic, PD 1887, Uměleckoprůmyslové museum v Praze Preissig, Vojtech Coloured etchings
  12. 12. GROWING THE EUROPEANA4EDUCATION COMMUNITY France, Public Domain 1897, Bibliothëque national de France Louis Rhead Swans
  13. 13. IMPROVING OUR EDUCATIONAL OFFER Netherlands, CC-BY 1979, CODA Museum Johan Classen Ontwerp voor Stork/Brabant 1988
  14. 14. Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  15. 15. A source of rich educational content Improving Europeana’s offer as an educational repository. Offering curated content for teachers by teachers on themes with pan-European relevance identified by teachers. Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  16. 16. Europeana’s potential future educational offer ● ‘Datasets’ ● Curated resources ● Learning materials Cake from "The Bab Ballads, with which are included Songs of a Savoyard ... With 350 illustrations by the author". 1898. The British Library, UK. Public Domain marked. Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  17. 17. YOUR INPUT Jan Toorop 1868-1928, Rijksmuseum Netherlands, Public Domain Twee gestileerde vrouwelijke figuren met klok in de hand
  18. 18. How should specialised subject areas - including architecture and archaeology - be included? Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  19. 19. How can specialised content be made accessible for secondary education audiences? Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  20. 20. How can we enhance metadata for educational reuse? Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA
  21. 21. QUESTIONS? Netherlands, Public Domain 1887, Rijksmuseum Toorop, Jan The Sea near Katwijk
  22. 22. Thank you! ● Find out more on Europeana Professional http://pro.europeana.eu/use-our-data/education ● LinkedIn: search ‘Europeana4Education’ ● Twitter: @EuropeanaEU, @EuropeanaLabs, #Europeana4Education ● Email if you have questions or to find out more: nicole.mcneilly@europeana.eu Enrich educational resources and inspire learners with Europeana content! CC BY-SA #Europeana4EducationArchaeology and Architecture in Europeana - CARARE workshop CC BY-SA

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