RESEARCH REPORT (ANALYSIS OF NEEDS)
Analysis has been implemented through 3 axes, so that the consortium is able to proceed with the other Intellectual Outputs. The 3 axes analyzed are: 1.) Publicly available training/teaching contents and educational modules in the field; 2.) Existing knowledge among cultural workers, disabled persons’ needs, motivation and barriers to accessing museums; 3.) Existing projects, good practice examples of EU accessible museums and galleries.
EDUCATIONAL MODULE FRAMEWORK AND DESIGN
Aim of IO2 is to assess current practise, determine training and education needs, determine competences to be developed and consequently the learning outcomes of the developed module. The result will be the developed framework of the module and its curriculum.
HIGHER EDUCATION MODULE “ACCESSIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR ALL”
An extensive elective 6-month long study module “Accessible cultural heritage for All”, complementary to many different disciplines such as museology, heritology, history, archaeology, ethnology, ethnological museology, history of arts, special education, universal design etc. Teaching materials with exercises to be tested within a 6-month long HEI study programme and submitted to ECTS accreditation at the end of the project. To be released in November 2022
ADULT TRAINING “ACCESSIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR ALL”
An intensive adult training integrated in a well thought e-learning environment in 5 partner languages (EN, ES, SI, LT, IT), prepared in a unique multidisciplinary teaching and learning materials with easy to access contents, exercises, games for cultural workers to facilitate learn about accessibility principles for all. The materials will be tested within a 1-month intensive adult training for cultural workers.. To be released in December 2022
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE EDUCATIONAL MODULE AND ITS ASSESSMENT
The result is a detailed study with collection of data collection and reports, validation of learning outcomes and a set of recommendations for improvement of HEI teaching materials (IO3) and adult training materials (IO4) as well as existing study programmes across EU. To be released in December 2022
CATALOGUE OF RECOMMENDATIONS AND FOLLOW-UP OPPORTUNITIES
A plan developed to ensure the network and project outcomes are embedded and sustained within each partner country. EU network of Accessible Museum Ambassadors and Catalogue of recommendations. To be released in February 2023