DC-NET International Final Conference

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How can e-Infrastructures support digital cultural heritage? What can Member States do so that cultural institutions may benefit from the research infrastructures? What are the priorities to be addressed? The final DC-NET international conference will answer to these questions.  The talks will focus on the results of the project in terms of reflections and concrete actions. The conference is targeted to digital cultural heritage experts, e-infrastructures providers and policy makers.

Venue: 

Sala Convegni Santa Marta, piazza del Collegio romano 5 -ROME (Italy)

Organized by:
Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali
Istituto centrale per il catalogo unico delle biblioteche italiane
DC-NET Project

Free entrance
Simultaneous translation

Registration form (mandatory within 3 March 2012)

Agenda

Linked Document:

Service Priorities and Best Practices for Digital Cultural Heritage Handbook (ZIP, 1,8 Mb)

 

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