The third tool intends to deepen the participatory examination of the site and support a process where the students collectively present it.
Tool #3 – or else “Shadows of the Water” – supports student-led co-curation of content for a digital touring App addressing both local community and visitors. It answers the question: “How can a teacher guide students in curating the content for an engaging digital tour for all?” Curating the self-guided tour, the students experiment in collaborative heritage management. They also create a relationship with the community, addressed and benefiting from the App.
The tool has been designed during our digital meeting in March 2020. After piloting the tool and going through a feedback phase, the final tool will be available here during Winter 2020-21.