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To come to a conclusion, it can be stated that the EMEE pro- ject – despite encompassing such a vast variety of partners represent- ing markedly different museum types, areas of expertise and disciplines – succeeded in applying the COP to a practical context with the help of the EuroVision Lab.s, which testi es to the concept’s wide scope of applicability.1
Museums, being the guardians of the nations’ cultural heritage in Eu- rope, need to think about the cultural legacy that they preserve as a socio-cultural resource to facilitate orientation in today’s world and as a possibility to contribute to improve social integration in Europe. The project results show that the EMEE project has developed a concept that is evaluated highly positive by museum experts. It therefore can be regarded as a valuable tool for museums to encounter the challenges of the 21st century using their existing collections. Furthermore the EMEE concept proved to support museums in becoming a place where a wide and multicultural audience is encouraged to explore, in a joyful way, the many layers of meaning of the European cultural heritage on site.
1 The results of the EuroVision Lab.s are available on the project’s website, but also via the e-book, which was speci cally designed for this project. Moreover, the YouTube videos offer an overview on selected EuroVision Lab. activities. www.museums-exhibiting-europe.eu, Accessed 11 August 2016.
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