Web2Learn produces an e-learning module titled “Open innovation in academia-society: examples of cultural heritage preservation in a crisis situation”. We take the current Ukrainian crisis as a highly relevant case study.
In this module, we’ll explore bottom-up initiatives undertaken by universities in cooperation with citizens in order to help preserve cultural heritage under threat. For the purpose of our module, we’ll take the current Ukrainian crisis as a highly relevant case study. This module is a component of an online learning resource that the eCHOIng project will deliver open access
Context and purpose
The eCHOIng EU-funded project aims to realize the potential of universities to contribute to the recovery of a sector that has been most severely hit, the cultural and creative industries, specifically small and medium-sized cultural heritage organizations (CHOs). Web2Learn, an SME with expertise on open and social learning, is part of the eCHOIng project.
Authors Stefania Oikonomou and Katerina Zourou, Web2Learn, Greece
Contributor: Mariana Ziku
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