Tag: Neil Forbes

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Cultural Heritage in a Changing World – the RICHES book

Developed within the RICHES project about the context of change of our society and cultural heritage, the book “Cultural Heritage in a Changing World” addresses several core topics, through essays of important experts, adding to the debates surrounding the cultural heritage domain. … Continue reading


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Cultural Heritage in a Changing World – the RICHES book

Developed within the RICHES FP7 research project about the context of change of our society and cultural heritage, the book “Cultural Heritage in a Changing World” addresses several core topics, through essays of important experts, adding to the debates surrounding the … Continue reading


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EC Workshop on CULTURES & CITIZENSHIP: RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Friday, 8 April 2016, 9.00-16.00 Brussels, Covent Garden, 9th floor, room 183 (COV2 9.0183) 16, Place Charles Rogier, BE-1210 Brussels This workshop gathered projects on Social Sciences and Humanities that focus on different aspects of cultures and citizenship. Agenda and … Continue reading


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RICHES presented at Digital Past 2016 – New technologies in heritage, interpretation & outreach

Organised by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, Digital Past is an annual two day conference which showcases innovative digital technologies and techniques for data capture, interpretation and dissemination of the heritage of Wales, the … Continue reading


Neil Forbes, from Coventry University, presented CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES @ DISH2015, Rotterdam 7 December 2015
CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES @ Panel session at DISH 2015 Conference

The CIVIC EPISTEMOLOGIES project is continuing to be disseminated worldwide also after the end of the funding period. DISH2015 conference is a perfect place for discussing the many challenges faced by cultural institutions, and the needs they have to make strategic … Continue reading


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Panel session at DISH 2015 on Digital Cultural Heritage and its impact

It is of the utmost importance that the context of change generated by the advent of digitization and digital technologies, and its implication on the society at large, are discussed in as many occasions as possible. DISH2015 conference is a … Continue reading


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RICHES workshop session in Berlin: Community-Led Redesign of Cultural Heritage

The final conference of Civic Epistemologies project takes place in Berlin on 12-13 November 2015: Digital Heritage and Innovation, Engagement and Identity. Two lines will be explored during the Conference: Digitisation is producing a big change that is impacting cultural … Continue reading


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RICHES POLICY SEMINAR, Brussels, 19 October 2015

The policies presented by RICHES are related to the need to develop and use a common taxonomy, innovation in copyright frameworks and open access to data and information, and co-creation practices to facilitate innovation in the cultural heritage sector – all with the purpose of overcoming a range of barriers and constraints. The event was preceded in the morning by a Networking Session where invited participants in EC-funded projects discussed aims and achievements in the light of establishing new, profitable collaborations and synergies. Continue reading


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From Digitization to Preservation, Creative Re-Use of Cultural Content, and Citizen Participation – goes to DCDC2015

DCDC2015: Exploring new digital destinations for heritage and academia brought together over 70 speakers from across the UK, Europe and further afield exploring key questions facing the future of digital engagement. An interesting workshop entitled FROM DIGITIZATION TO THE CREATIVE RE-USE OF DIGITAL CULTURAL CONTENT AND CITIZENS PARTICIPATION presented several EU project and initiatives in the domain of (digital) cultural heritage, reserach and technologies. Continue reading


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From Digitisation to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content and Citizen Participation

On 1st October 2015, in Granada, European projects RICHES, E-Space, Civic Epistemologies, PREFORMA and the international association Photoconsortium were invited in a panel organised by Promoter SRL under the title “From Digitisation to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content and Citizen Participation”. … Continue reading