CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES presented at EUROMED 2014

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The Project Coordinator, Mauro Fazio and the Technical Coordinator, Antonella Fresa recently kicked-off the Civic Epistemologies project.

Mauro Fazio from the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, Civic Epistemologies Project Coordinator, presented the project at the workshop “The Digitization Age: Mass Culture is Quality Culture. Challenges for Cultural Heritage and Society“, organised by Promoter Srl in the framework of the EUROMED 2014 Conference in Limassol, Cyprus.

The presentation started on the project’s objectives and expected outcomes, focusing in particular on the benefits that the project can bring to the economic development. The project develop and validate a Roadmap for the use of the e-Infrastructures to support the partecipation of European citizens in research on Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities.

The paper submitted presents CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES as one of the most important projects currently active in the DCHH domains.

Download here the presentation of CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES.

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