Women in Digital Empowerment (WIDE) is organising a "Cultural heritage, history and location-based games" workshop on Thursday 27 June 2019, from 14:00 to 16:00 at the GIS Lab on the Belval Campus of the University of Luxembourg.

Organised in collaboration with the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, the workshop will explore the role of location-based games for encouraging playful thinking in the city by encouraging discovery of cultural heritage and stories on urban social history. 

Participants will use Pilot 4 App experience designed as part of the CrossCult Project ( which has designed mobile apps to encourage citizens to participants to discover and think about history. They will then try writing their own story, which will then be published in the app, before going out into the city/campus in Belval to discover different stories. Participants will also discuss the strengths, weakness and ethics of location-based games and try to identify if such apps can influence our relationship to and with cultural heritage in the city.

This workshop is aimed at young people aged from 12 to 20. Register for free at

Venue: Belval Campus, Maison des Sciences Humaines - GIS Lab (11 Porte des Sciences, L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette)

Organiser: WIDE

Price: Free

Reservations: See above