Participate and co-create

Discover a whole new world of possibilities for digital education where you can play the main role

Educational challenges and competitions

A mentoring program and educational challenge to design virtual spaces for a sustainable and inclusive future

GIF IT UP logo with animated hammer and paint brush

Vote now for your favourite GIF in our annual competition to animate cultural heritage

Create and add subtitles to archival audiovisual clips from European heritage collections

Crowdsourcing initiative and competition to transcribe documents from Europeana Collections

Contribute with your stories

Add your objects and stories to Europeana 1914-1918

black and white photograph, a gymnast on parallel bars

Tell us about your sport experiences through objects like photographs, memorabilia, equipment or prizes.

Help us to tell the story of Europe through our working lives in the past and the present.

Sharing your migration history can help us to tell a really big story of Europe and the people who live here.

Video tutorials

The use of digital archives with game-based apps like Minecraft can offer you new possibilities for distance learning

Explore the potential of Europeana related to STEM and ready-made learning material to achieve key competencies

With this tutorial you will learn how to create memes, gifs, or even board games to work with yours students

Discover a series of short videos in which teachers explain how they use Europeana with STEAM, PBL or CLIL

Apps & Games

Learners can explore, create and experience 3D objects as stories through Europeana and Sketchfab content

Birdie Memory introduces primary school children to birds and their unique songs.

11-11: Memories Retold is a game about WW1 through the eyes of two soldiers on different sides of the war.

In Wonders kids are invited on a discovery tour of 13 exciting locations across the globe and asked to complete various challenges to learn about these sites.

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Other resources

Find your crayons! Sharpen your coloured pencils! And enjoy adding colours in one of the books we have prepared for you.

Murasaki Shikibu depicted in a purple robe, staring at the moon in Ishimyama Temple

Discover a gallery co-created with the Europeana Education community

Discover the content and the creative projects from the #reinventingBeethoven challenge

Explore curated editorial and collections highlights