CIDOC 2021: registration open!

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Technology has moved from being a challenge for a museum, to being an enabler, to becoming an integral part of museum experience. Emerging technologies allow and compel us to adopt new ways of working, but we do so within the frame of traditional planning methods like strategies and roadmaps. How can we best exploit both of these and reap the benefits of their symbiosis?

The 2021 Annual Conference of the ICOM CIDOC (ICOM International Committee for Documentation) seeks commonalities between museum documentation and technology. The conference will set it’s focus on three main subjects: “Strategic Planning”, “The Future of Documentation” and “A Wonderland of Digital Technology”.

The conference will take place from 6 to 10 September 2021 in Tallinn, Estonia at the Estonian History Museum. The conference will be held in a hybrid mode – possible to participate both in person and online. Come and join us!

Registration and further information on conference website: https://cidoc2021.com/


The conference is organised by the National Heritage Board of Estonia in cooperation with ICOM Estonia.

For any question, please send us an email to: CIDOC2021 @ muinsuskaitseamet.ee

 

 

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