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UNESCO Chair TCHER at the "Europeana 2022 - making digital culture count" Conference

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Posted: 01-10-2022 01:26 | Views: 669
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"Europeana 2022 - making digital culture count" took place from 28 - 30 September 2022. It was a hybrid conference, welcoming cultural heritage professionals from around the world both on-site, at the KB, National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague, and digitally. The aim was to explore how we can collaboratively build a common data space for cultural heritage and raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in today’s and tomorrow’s world. 
 
Day one: exploring how to build the data space for cultural heritage.
 
Day two: finding out how storytelling, cultural heritage, and digital come together to connect institutions with audiences and with the trends, hot topics and major issues of today.
 
Day three: hearing from EuropeanaTech on how technology paves the way to digital inclusion and cultural heritage preservation.
 
 
On the third day - Friday 30/9 in the session “Open innovation in academia-society cooperation: examples of cultural heritage preservation in a crisis situation”, Professor Alex Papadopoulos, representing the UNESCO Chair TCHER made a presentation on cultural heritage threats and your understanding of open innovation to tackle these threats
 

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