Description The exploitation of content in the area of cultural heritage is a critical issue. There is a strong push on defining and collecting content metadata from cultural institutions (such as museums, university, archives, library, foundations, etc.) to see them accessible on Europeana for a larger audience, the so called European digital library. This action is going to reduce fragmentation and to integrate valuable collections in a unique place. Europeana foundation and portal that do not collect content items files, but only classification information (i.e., metadata), including the original URLs to the content. These URLs refer to the original content owner and/or to the content aggregator. Europeana could have a strong validity for educational purposes. In the demo, the main tools in terms of aggregations are presented. The proposed aggregation model attempts to satisfy the above mentioned requirements with a semantic model and tools providing support for playlists, collections and media synchronization through MyStoryPlayer annotation tool. Finally, the aggregations are also provided as semantic concepts to Europeana. The results have been produced in the ICT PSP project ECLAP founded by the European Commission, www.eclap.eu .