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Mu.SA initiated a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Essential Skills for Museum Professionals in which over 5.000 related professionals enrolled from around the globe and which was successfully completed in March 2019. All learners who successfully finished the MOOC, have the opportunity to enter the second phase of the training: a Specialization Course, with blended and work - based learning. Who? All successful learners of the MOOC are able to ap...
Mu.SA project team would like to thank all and each of you for your participation, your consistency and your enthusiasm on the MOOC course! Mu.SA initiated a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Essential Skills for Museum Professionals in which over 5.000 related professionals enrolled from around the globe and which was successfully completed in March 2019. All learners who successfully finished the MOOC are able to apply to the next phase in Speciali...
Mu.SA project and especially the scope, content and the worldwide interest of MOOC was presented in the 6thTechnology Transfer Exhibition - Patras Innovation Quest (Patras IQ), held in Patras from 12 to 15 April 2019. Patras Innovation Quest (PATRAS IQ) is a joint venture between the Ministry of Economy and Development and the Ministry of Education, Research & Religious Affairs, the Region of Western Greece, the University of Patras, the Hellenic Op
The project “Mu.SA: Museum Sector Alliance” (ongoing project) is approved in the European Framework of Erasmus+ / Sector Skills Alliances. It aims to address the increasing disconnection between formal education and training and the world of work because of the emergence of new job roles due to the quickening pace of the adoption of ICT in the museum sector. Mu.SA addresses directly the shortage of digital and transferable skills identified in the museum s
Due to the increasing use of technologies in the museum sector, new job profiles are now emerging within that sector. This paper written by Antonia Silvaggi and Federica Pesce published in the ENCATC Journal of Cultural Management and Policy Volume 8 describes the key findings of the research activities carried out in Greece, Portugal and Italy within the Mu.SA – Museum Sector Alliance – project funded by the European Erasmus Plus Programme – Sector Skill
A new special issue of ICOM’s peer-reviewed journal, Museum International, is dedicated to the theme "Museums in a Digital World". This issue includes an article by Ana Carvalho and Alexandre Matos (ICOM Portugal) about Mu.SA project. The article is entitled: "Museum Professionals in a Digital World: Insigths from a Case Study in Portugal" and explores the key findings of the first phase of the research for the Portuguese case study. Museum International
The DAISSy research team of the Hellenic Open University, with the support of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Larissa, the Cultural and Science deputy mayorship of the Municipality of Larissa, the 'Larissa - the learning city" and the Association "Hippocrates in Larissa", organized an Infoday entitled "The management of digital cultural Heritage & Digital Skills for Museum Professionals" (in Greek "Η διαχείριση της ψηφιακής πολιτιστικής κληρονομιά &
The Infoday on Intergenerational Learning titled "Learning from Generation to Generation" was held with success and remarkable participation at the Municipal Art Gallery of Larissa – G. Katsigras Museum, on 29 November 2018. The event was co-organized by the DAISSy research group of Hellenic Open University, the Municipal Art Gallery of Larissa, the "Hippocrates in Larissa" Association and the Larissa Deputy Mayor of Social Policy, as part of the "Larissa
ICOM Greece presented Mu.SA project in the National Conference titled "Friends of Museums in Current Museum Practice". The conference was organised by the Hellenic Federation of Friends of Museums, under the auspices of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports and of the Regional Unit of Thessaly. It took place in Volos (Greece) on October 5-6-7. On October 6th, Mr Philippos Mazarakis-Ainian, vice-president of ICOM-GR and Mu.SA team member, delivered