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E-Book: Intangible Cultural Heritage in Europe

Teanga: EN

Postáilte ag Ruth SCHMELZER

Comprehensive e-book on intangible cultural heritage in Europe.

95 photo reportages on the intangible cultural heritage in Germany, Spain, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom and Switzerland highlight the diversity of European cultural heritage. The free work is a treasure trove of traditions, folklore, ancient rites, traditional crafts, festivals, traditional knowledge and much more. It is the result of the Strategic Partnership "European Lived Culture Connects" (EliCCon-Project; 2018-1-DE02-KA204-005011), which was carried out from 9/2018 to 8/2020. At the same time, the project made a contribution to the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018.

Cover of the E-Book

With the declaration of the European Cultural Heritage Year 2018, the European Community emphasises the high value of culture and its commitment to its preservation. Cultural heritage forms the basis of social values and common living standards.

The e-book can be used for all areas of education, for example to promote intercultural competence, for country studies, for tourism and other purposes.

The free download on the project homepage:
on the Platform for Open Educational Resources "OERCommons"

Logos of the EliCCon-project and of the project partners

Úda(i)r Acmhainne: 
Ruth Schmelzer, Matthias Gessler, Cornelia Bienz, Andrea Siebels (European Photoacademy, Rastatt, Germany & Switzerland)
Petra Glett, Magdalena Klimek, Martin Pokorný (ALVIT - Innovation and Education Ltd., Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Caridad Martinez Carrillo de Albornoz, Nieves Magro Cruzado, Nereida Varela García, Borja Vides Muñoz, María Isabel, Álvarez Ramos ( Inercia Digital SL, Aljaraque/Huelva, Spain )
Laurence Thorn, George Rayner (Praxis Europe CIC, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Intangible European Cultural Heritage, Culture, Erasmus Plus, Strategic Partnership, Intercultural Skills, Folklore, Traditions, Rites, Feasts, Craftmanship, Xenophobia, Stereotypes
Dáta foilsithe:
Dé Luain, 3 Lúnasa, 2020
Teanga an doiciméid
Cineál Acmhainne: 
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