Tag: Citizen science

CitizenHeritage presented at DHC 2022 in Sheffield

The Digital Humanities Congress is a conference hosted by the DHI at the University of Sheffield every two years. Its purpose is to promote the sharing of knowledge, ideas and techniques within the digital humanities. The fifth Congress was held … Continue reading


CitizenHeritage goes to Cyprus at EUROMED conference 2022

CitizenHeritage, funded within the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission, is a project about the involvement of citizens in cultural heritage as a booster for sustainable university research and higher education. On the occasion of the important EUROMED 2022 conference … Continue reading


CitizenHeritage Study about citizen enhanced open science in cultural heritage

CitizenHeritage, funded within the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission, is a project about the involvement of citizens in cultural heritage as a booster for sustainable university research and higher education. In this light, CitizenHeritage produced a substantial, evidence-based Study … Continue reading


Empowering communities and citizens in heritage research

This session, organized by the Citizen Heritage  project, wanted to entice an interactive discussion with the audience, focused on understanding the approach methodologies, the various roles and challenges of technology in enabling an inclusive engagement with cultural collections that empowers … Continue reading


Mapping Fashion Heritage through Patterns

On 27 November 2021, at MoMu-bibliotheek & Dries Van Noten Study Center, Nationalestraat 28, 2000 Antwerp took place Mapping Fashion Heritage Through Patterns, a workshop organised by EFHA – European Fashion Heritage Association and ModeMuseum Antwerp, in collaboration with KU Leuven, University of … Continue reading


Citizen science for cultural heritage: ECSA webinar

What kind of citizen science initiatives take place in the cultural heritage field? How cultural heritage contributes to citizen science and civic engagement in general? What lessons can be drawn for the relevance of social sciences and humanities to citizen … Continue reading


CitizenHeritage presented at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin

CitizenHeritage will be presented at the online symposium Participatory Transcription Projects in Museums, Archives, Libraries – A Practical Exchange of Experience, by project partners Katerina Zourou and Mariana Ziku  (Web2Learn).The event is organized by the Museum of natural History in … Continue reading


CitizenHeritage presented at NTNU event

CitizenHeritage project partner Katerina Zourou (Web2Learn) was invited by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Brussels office, to give a presentation about CitizenHeritage project on June 4. The topic of the talk was “Citizen science initiatives in the … Continue reading


Open Cultural Data in Citizen Science

text by Mariana Ziku. The workshop “Open Cultural Data in Citizen Science” was successfully hosted at the Open Belgium 2021 on March 17, as part of the publication activities of the CitizenHeritage project (2020-2023), organised by Web2Learn with speakers Katerina … Continue reading