EUROCLIO Executive Director Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, Senior Manager Blandine Smilansky, and representatives of the Estonian and Lithuanian History Educators' Associations participated in the European Civil Society Plaform for Lifelong Learning-EUCIS-LLL- Annual Conference in Vilnius, Lithuania, on 14-15 May 2013. The Conference was a successful example of civic dialogue among national and European policy-makers, civil society activists, and practitioners on key challenges faced by educational stakeholders today. The EUCIS-LLL General Assembly that followed the Conference was a unique opportunity for EUCIS-LLL members, among them EUROCLIO, to reflect and debate on the future of the organisation. During this General Assembly EUROCLIO Executive Director Joke-van der Leeuw-Roord was reelected as a member of the EUCIS-LLL Steering Committee for a new period of 3 years in the function of Secretary General.
On the 14th of May, EUROCLIO, Europeana and Platoniq organized a co-creation workshop entitled “History Education Beyond the Textbook”. History educators, web developers, designers and representatives of historical and cultural heritage institutes were all invited to come up with ideas about possible ways to use Europeana content and sources in history education in general, and in the a framework of Historiana in specific.
- Cross-Border Cooperation at Work within EUROCLIO project ‘Sharing History, Cultural Dialogues’
- High quality teachers are multipliers and have high impact with their work
- Board appoints new Executive Director and Deputy-Director to assume positions in October 2013
- EUROCLIO Board welcomes new Board Member: Mire Mladenovski
- Inspirational and successful 20th EUROCLIO Annual Conference in Erfurt, Germany from 7-13 April
- Register now to participate in the Fall 2013 International Training in San Sebastian. Grants are available!
- Report Joke van der Leeuw-Roord on the Steering Committee meeting of EUCIS-LLL, 25th of March
- At the Heart of the Matter: Editing Team of the History that Connects Project meets for the first time in Vienna