Welcome to the European History e-Learning
Project (e-Help) website.
e-Help is a European Union funded project designed to promote
the use of ICT in the history classroom. In addition, e-Help
promotes ICT strategies for history being taught in a additional
Search the e-Help website
-Help constitutes the
work of 10 educational institutions: schools, universities, a
professional association and an educational publisher, from six
Established in 2004, e-Help
hosted seven conference meetings until September 2008, the end
of the Comenius funding period. The videos and interactive
seminars from those meetings are hosted here. e-Help also
inspired a number of websites or 'microsites', pedagogic
materials designed to case study good practice in history
teaching and ICT.
In 2010 there will also be an e-Help book
written by some of the members of the project and e-Help
'associates' many of whom have an international reputation in
the field of history and ICT.
But the primary goal of e-Help is
to produce a residential course for European educators. This
will provide intensive hands-on training on the skills and
applications modelled by this e-Help website.