How available and useful is digital heritage for education?

That’s a question that Kennisnet and the Digital Heritage Network in the Netherlands have been grappling with recently. A month ago they published an interesting report (in Dutch) on the subject in which they described their work in mapping the Dutch digital heritage for education landscape. This report covers their most important findings from this work thus far and highlights what they argue to be the main drivers for successful integration of digital heritage materials in schools. This initiative is ongoing and we hope to include a longer article on its outcomes in 2020.