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

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On 1st October 2015, in Granada, an important event was being held, organised by Promoter SRL under the title “From Digitisation to Preservation, Creative Re-use of Cultural Content and Citizen Participation”. The initiative, hosted by the Digital Heritage 2015 conference, was a discussion panel involving EU projects RICHES, Civic Epistemologies, E-Space, PREFORMA and the international association Photoconsortium.

 

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