Vilnius County Adomas Mickevičius Public Library, together with partners from Sweden, Denmark, Estonia and Slovenia, is implementing the Erasmus + project “Cultural Heritage for the Future: Discover, Share and Learn“. The aim of the project is to encourage more people to discover and engage with the national and foreign cultural heritage, to tell and share stories, in which different forms of cultural heritage and lifelong learning activities are being combined.
According to the project partners, each library has a unique experience of working with cultural heritage and can present it through both, traditional and innovative forms of communication: creating virtual exhibitions, organizing sightseeing tours, creating databases and websites for anyone who is interested in their local history. By sharing practices and experiences of working with cultural heritage, the participating libraries seek to actualize the importance of cultural heritage and to engage communities and adult learners with their national or geographical histories.
This project is funded by the Erasmus + Program of the European Commission, which is administered by the Education Exchanges Support Foundation in Lithuania.
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