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Most museums in Europe remain open - but demand Covid-19 passports

With news of new restrictions across Europe, NEMO reached out to its members for an update on the situation for museums 1,5 years into the pandemic. The feedback from 28 countries show that several European countries demand masks...

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NEMO is co-organising an Italian event on museum education

Italian speaking museum professionals are welcome to join an online event dedicated to the meaning of heritage education and...

NEMO in podcast about adult learning in...

Upon invitation by the European Association for the Education of Adults (EAEA), NEMO joined an EPALE Podcast episode about museum education for adults.

 
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NEMO and GEM to provide mentoring...

NEMO is thrilled to announce a partnership with the Group for Education in Museums (GEM). Starting 2022, 10 museum professionals connected to NEMO member organisations will be offered to participate in GEM’s One to One Mentoring...

 
NEMO presented its Working Group LEM – The...

On 15 September 2021, NEMO took part in the conference MuseiEmotivi ‘With, What, Who, How” in Florence, Italy, to present the work of the Working Group LEM – The Learning Museum.

 
Mentoring programme #BuiltWithBits explores...

The new Europeana Education initiative #BuiltwithBits invites educators working in Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal to a mentoring programme that explores how virtual experiences can be used within education. Sign up before 19...

 
Now online: NEMO Webinar on teaching for...

On 25 May 2021, the members of the NEMO Working Group LEM – the Learning Museum were invited to join a webinar focusing on teaching for empathy in arts museums. The working group exclusive webinar was facilitated by Karleen...

 
German Museums Association is revising its Recommendations for the Care of Human Remains

The new edition will include contributions from Australia, Hawaii and Namibia as well as international reviews of the first...

Now online: NEMO webinar on museums' role in...

On 29 April 2021, Dr. John Falk and Judith Koke, Institute for Learning Innovation, invited to a conversation about the museum's role in supporting the community in terms of four types of wellbeing: physical, intellectual, social...

 
Exclusive webinar for NEMO Working Group LEM...

On 10 March 2021, the members of the NEMO Working Group LEM – the Learning Museum are invited to join the webinar ‘When nutrition meets SDGs with EUROPEANA’. It is exclusive to the working group members and it partly serves as an...