International Webinar of the Global Network of Water Museums
In cooperation with
International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage of ICOMOS
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This webinar provides constructive examples of data visualisation and online learning in a world which is increasingly virtual and where immersive and interactive experiences of our water heritage can stimulate young people to explore their inherited water assets and foster new imaginaries linked to this precious liquid element.
AHMED Sara, Founder, the Living Waters Museum
Adjunct Professor, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune
Member of WAMU-NET Board, WaterAid India Board with over 30 years of work on the political economy of water bridging science and society through diverse media focused on inclusion and equity in India, South Asia and globally.
GRAVINA Teresita, Education Community and Europeana Teacher Ambassador
Europeana and Scientix Ambassador for Italy, Teresita Gravina teaches maths and science at a junior high school. PhD in earth sciences, her research interests are natural hazards risk perception and engaging students/teachers in STEM.
KARMAKAR Ipshita, Coordinator, Mumbai Water Narratives and Confluence
Fulbright scholar embarking on her Masters in City Planning at MIT, USA
KONG Ping, Founder of Heritage & Education (gGmbH i.G.)
With over 15 years of international experience in the field of World Heritage, her recent interests focus on the creation of interactive E-learning curricula on education related to heritage and sustainable development. Member of ICOMOS Germany, of the Institute Heritage Studies, and of the Europeana Education Community Steering Committee.
VAN SCHAIK HENK, Honorary Vice President of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Water and Heritage
Moderator: EULISSE Eriberto, Executive Director of the Global Network of Water Museums (University of Venice)
AHMED Sara and KARMAKAR Ipshita (Living Waters Museum)
Watery pasts: Playful explorations through digital media
GRAVINA Teresita (Europeana)
Teaching environmental education through STEAM and Europeana
KONG Ping (Heritage & Education gGmbH i.G.; ICOMOS Germany)
Storytelling of World Heritage on water management: Interactive E-learning curriculum