Muzeum@Digit international conference

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This year’s MUZEUM@DIGIT will be special as we celebrate the 5th conference since the start in 2013. The conference has become an important event in the Hungarian and international museum sector, hundreds of museum professionals have participated so far.

All of this could happen because MUZEUM@DIGIT offers a range of professional learning opportunities: plenary sessions, project demonstrations, workshops, informal networking and commercial exhibits. The main goal of the conference is to share and discuss the perspectives and trends of modern digital museums and museum digitization regarding the future plans of this field.

MUZEUM@DIGIT draws a diverse group of participants from many different specialities in all types of museums and other cultural and heritage institutions. While speakers share valuable expertise and experience, participants can gain new ideas and gather great insights.

This year our topics include:

  • Digital Strategy of Heritage Institutions
  • museum information management systems
  • preserving audiovisual collections
  • linked data
  • media in heritage
  • pop-up museums
  • exhibitions and digitization

muzeum_digit_logoMUZEUM@DIGIT is hosted by the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest.

28-29 November 2017

The plenary conference sessions will take place in the Ceremonial Hall of the Hungarian National Museum on the second floor.

The registration for the conference is open until 15 November!

More info, programme and registration: http://ommik.hu/index.php/en/muzeum-digit-eng

 

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