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.
To access publications and other documents that regard Museums in a Digital World, head to the Reading Corner.
Benefits and Disadvantages of the new Copyright Directive for Museums News | EU Culture Policy | Museums in a Digital World | Copyrights
The user benefits and disadvantages of the new Copyright Directive's effects on nine different issue areas are analysed on the website Communia. Museums and other cultural heritage institutions are deemed to benefit from the new...
NEMO’s Participation at THE ARTS+ “Future of Culture Festival” News | Intercultural Dialogue | Museums in a Digital World | NEMO activities
THE ARTS+ takes place from 10-14 October 2018 in Frankfurt, Germany, within the framework of the Frankfurter Buchmesse. NEMO will participate in THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit: “The bigger picture: How can the cultural and creative...
NEMO Working Group attends THE ARTS+Innovation Summit News | Collaboration | Projects & Calls | Museums in a Digital World | NEMO activities
NEMO’s participation and partnership with the ARTS+ was announced earlier this summer. It was recently decided that the NEMO Working Group Museums and Creative Industries also will attend THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit in Frankfurt,...