Topic: digital preservation

Midterm reporting for INCULTUM Pilots: progress and innovation

It is now available in the project’s website the recently released D5.1 Intermediate Pilots report, a condesed document which summarizes the work done by each of the 10 Pilot cases in the INCULTUM project. Albeit with (sometimes big) differences and … Continue reading


Sharing the intermediate findings of INCULTUM Data Analysis

It is now available in the project’s website the recently released D3.2 Intermediate findings presentation for Data Analysis, an extensive document which provides apreliminary results of data analysis focused on the 10 Pilot cases study areas in INCULTUM project. We … Continue reading


NEMO report on museums and climate change

The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO) new report on museums and climate change provides recommendations for including museums in the sustainable transition of Europe. This report reflects the status quo of European museums in the climate crisis. To help … Continue reading


INCULTUM calls for master thesis in Denmark

Before summer 2022, partner CBS Copenhagen Business School published an advertisement for the project and the possibility of writing the Master thesis in collaboration with INCULTUM on two sites of CBS, which reach far beyond the university itself: careergate.com and … Continue reading


Students work for place branding of INCULTUM Pilots

In the context of the Place Branding elective BA course by Prof. Carsten Humlebæk at Copenhagen Business School, a case study session on 7th November 2022 was fully dedicated to INCULTUM. The project and the 10 Pilots were presented to … Continue reading


INCULTUM in Denmark: networking with stakeholders

  INCULTUM collaboration partner Geopark South Funen Archipelago organized on October 14 2022 a workshop focused on “Co-design of Geotourism” with a number of stakeholders in the territory. In the workshop, prof. Carsten Humlebæk (Copenhagen Business School) was invited to … Continue reading


INCULTUM presented at Master of Intercultural Market Studies

INCULTUM was presented by prof. Carsten Humlebæk at the new Master students of Intercultural Market Studies at Copenhagen University, in the introduction meeting held in late August 2022. At the informative meeting, ca. 35 students learned about INCULTUM research and … Continue reading


EOSC European Open Science Cloud symposium

ABOUT THE EOSC SYMPOSIUM Last year, the Council of the European Union defined the specific policy priorities of 2022-2024 for the establishment of the New European Research Area (ERA) as a “researchers-centred, value-based, excellence as well as impact-driven area, in which researchers, … Continue reading


INCULTUM: students’ visit to the village of San Pellegrino in Alpe (Tuscany)

text and photos courtesy of Fondazione Campus / University of Pisa. One of the Pilots of the INCULTUM project, aiming and empowering sustainable cultural tourism in peripheral areas with communities engagement, is coordinated by the University of Pisa and is … Continue reading


EUROMED 2022 Cultural Tourism workshop – updated agenda

The event was organized in the framework of EUROMED (7-11 November 2022) by H2020 project INCULTUM, to discuss about the role of community engagement and citizen participation in enhancing and promoting sustainable tourism in peripheral areas that are not often … Continue reading