Sharing local cultural heritage online with LoCloud services – LoCloud final conference

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This conference organised by the LoCloud project provides an opportunity to share, discuss and demonstrate tools, services and content in the context of Europeana. With showcases from LoCloud content partners and interesting speeches, the conference will reflect on the results achieved by LoCloud and look to the future.

Also, during the conference, the LoCloud “My local heritage” competition will be presented and the winners will be celebrated and awarded.

Details on the programme and tickets are available here: http://www.locloud.eu/Events/LoCloud-Conference

 

 

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