Museums in a Digital World
The digital shift has had a significant impact on society, and museums have their own role to play in this process. It has the potential to add considerable value to the work of museums.
In recent years there has been a growing demand for reliable data about the digitisation of, access to, and the preservation of museum collections in the cultural heritage institutions of Europe.
Through digitisation and new media devices, museums can engage with a wider and more diverse audience on various levels and play an increasingly interactive and educational role within society.
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Recent News in Museums in a Digital World
Business Models, Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries: A Meta-analysis News, Cultural Creativity, Museums in a Digital World, Museum Management
05.07.2017 | The Working Paper "Business Models, Intellectual Property and the Creative Industries: A Meta-analysis" shares the conclusions of an analysis of 20 research projects on business models in the Creative Industries.
Publication: The economy of culture in the digital age in Europe News, Museum Management, Museums in a Digital World, Cultural Creativity
04.07.2017 | The European Commission's Directorate-General on Education and Culture published a mapping of the creative value chains in the European Union. It takes a look at the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) in relation to digitisation.
Shortlist for Children in Museums Award 2017 announced News, Learning, Museums in a Digital World, Museums as Social Agents, Audience Development
03.07.2017 | The Children in Museums Award recognises museums for their children exhibitions programmes. The final winner will be announced at the Hands On! conference from 11-14 October 2017 in the Czech Republic.
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