The Italian Networked School of Digital Cultural Heritage, Arts and Humanities (DiCultHer) will start its activities with a meeting, taking place at the University of Turin, in the Aula Magna Cavallerizza Reale, on 29 June 2015.
Experts from over fifty public/private cultural institutions and research organisations will participate. Among them Antonella Fresa as representative of Promoter SRL, partner of the Italian Networked School.
The convention is aimed at defining the project framework and the strategic policies arisen during several encounters of the last months, devoted to the topic of promoting access to culture via digital means. The issues purpose of 29 June’s discussion have been summarily illustrated within the in-progress document An Italian thought for skills development in Digital Cultural Heritage (from Italian “Un pensiero italiano per la formazione di competenze nel Digital Cultural Heritage” – provisional title), which the meeting is intended to finalise.
The text contains reflections starting from the assumption that the digital and culture union , both in leading edge research and in training and dissemination activities, more and more represent a strategic resource, a drive for social and economic development.
You can download the document “Un pensiero italiano per la formazione di competenze nel Digital Cultural Heritage” at this page.
Watch the video presentation of the event!