This is a challenging time for our sector. With cultural heritage institutions across the world temporarily shut, organisations are exploring new ways to promote their content in accessible and engaging formats, as people look to enjoy collections from their own homes. In this post we highlight resources, tools and ideas from Europeana and cultural heritage institutions around the world which offer creative ways to share cultural heritage online.
The post includes links to a number resources and tools organized into three sections.
- If you’re looking for ways to engage
- If you’re seeking to learn from peers in the sector
- If you would like to work with Europeana collections
Explore relevant webinars from the Europeana Communicators Community. You can watch their webinar on digital storytelling or explore their more recent webinar on Culture From Home, which highlighted some of the ways cultural heritage institutions are turning online to engage with audiences in this difficult time of quarantine. Slides and links are already available, and we hope to share the full webinar soon!
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