CitizenHeritage presented at DTCE 2021

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The 1st International Online Conference on Digital Transformation in Culture and Education took place on 14-16 April 2021, hosted by the Serbian Library Association Section for Digital Transformation.

The Conference provided an excellent forum for digital librarians, researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the latest advancement and problems as well as future directions and trends in digital transformation in today’s ubiquitous virtual environment challenged by pandemic “new normal”.

In this excellent occasion for dissemination and networking, CitizenHeritage was presented by Antonella Fresa during the session “IT Infrastructure in cultural and educational institutions” chaired by Anton Purnik (Russian State Library for Young Adults, Moscow, Russia).

The conference was live streamed and all the recordings are available in the conference website: https://digital.bds.rs/conference-2021/

 

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