Recovery of cultural heritage through higher education-driven open innovation

echoing intro

Echoing is a project that strives to establish successful collaborative projects between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs),small and larger cultural organisations, and NGOs in 5 different EU countries.


Target Groups: Staff of all levels and students of HEIs. Also, stakeholders in the cultural and creative sector and cultural organisations.


Choose the Open Innovation module you would like to take, at your own pace and time! You will learn about:

  • How HEIs and CHOs can apply strategies related to cultural heritage to address broader social challenges through collaborative work.

  • Apply co-creative strategies to appeal to broader audiences and make their work relevant to them.

  • Use examples of teaching and learning practices that can be tailored to their own organisations as part of flexible educational models.

  • Identify opportunities for collaboration between HEIs and CHOs that can expand access to lab facilities and other resources for OI.

  • Formulate strategies for local sustainable development through collaborative open innovation projects for social benefit.

  • Identify best practices to encourage civic engagement and intergenerational participation in cultural heritage through OI.

  • Identify skills and resources for digital transformation based on informative case studies.


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ERASMUS+: KA220-HED - Cooperation partnerships in higher education

This project is funded under the Erasmus,

Project number 2021-1-NO01-KA220-HED-000031986

Duration : 30 months, January 2022 to June 2024

The eCHOing Partners

The Associated Partners: 29 Cultural organisation in 5 countries

Twitter account: @eCHOing_EU


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This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The European Commission’s support for the production of this website does not constitute an endorsement of the contents, which reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.