Participate in crowd-sourcing

Are you interested in History and education?  Would you like to analyze these contents? Help us make our source collections truly transnational and multiperspective by helping us find sources. The sources you find are used for source collections on Historiana, our tool to help history teachers. One of the pillars of Historiana is the transnational and multiperspectivity nature of its historical content. We thought that the best way to achieve this, was to involve directly our vibrant community members and friends around the world. Through the involvement of the EUROCLIO community, widely spread all around Europe and beyond, we hope to collect valuable and diverse sources that reflect different views and perceptions. The sources collected will be curated by the Historical Content Team, and a representative selection of them, will be published on Historiana, contributing to enrich its historical content. For some of the source collections there will also be an introduction webinar.

Currently we are working on a source collection on the Russian Revolution, and one on the Fall of the Berlin Wall.

Send an email to Alice Modena for more information or any questions you have.

Russian Revolution Source Collection

For the source collection on the Russian Revolution we have an example and a presentation with more information on the sources we are looking for via the following links:

If you would like to contribute, we made available a form on our website to upload sources.

Fall of the Berlin Wall Source Collection

For the source collection of the Fall of the Berlin there will be an introduction webinar.

Posts on crowd-sourcing

Russian Revolution Source Collection: Call for Contributors

  EUROCLIO, with the support and collaboration of the Historiana Historical Content Team, is working on a collection of sources containing multiple perspectives on the Russian Revolution. This piloting project is aimed to set the events in revolutionary Russia into a wider international context and explore the different ways in which people – both in …