What are the ethical challenges for museums in the digital era? Mu.SA consortium partners from Portugal have put together proposals coming from museum professionals to understand and follow the digital transformation and embrace the opportunities presented by the digital age without compromising on ethics. Watch also testimonials from the Mu.SA learners and what ethics means for them here.
The origins of MuSA project can be traced in eCultSkills, a small-scale project that mapped the training needs of museum professionals so that they can benefit and take advantage of IT. The importance of the results we achieved in eCultSkills left us with no other chance but to look for an opportunity to investigate the changes caused in the entire museum sector by the increasing adoption of IT and to create learning pathways for the professional devel...
We are glad to inform you that soon we will make available the Mu.SA e-book! You will be able to find and download the Mu.SA book entitled "The future of museum professionals in the digital era - The success story of Mu.SA project" from the Mu.SA website. Stay tuned for the publication!
The EMPOWER expert group of EADTU organized a series of webinars of 1hour in the webinar week 7-9 April 2020. In this webinar week, good practices and new developments in the field of blended and online education were explored. You may watch again the recorded lecture on "Developing study skills through online interactive workshops" given by Mrs Karen Foley from the Open University, United Kingdom. And the lecture of Prof. Achilles Kameas, Hellenic Open U...
On behalf of Culture Action Europe, the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University and all the Mu.SA project partners we would like to thank you for participating in the Mu.SA final event: "The future of museum professionals in the digital era". We hope this was a useful occasion to learn more about the Mu.SA project and discuss opportunities and challenges for the museum sector in the digital era. Here you may download the presentations of t
Dear all, we would like to thank your for your registration to the final Mu.SA event! Due to the great demand in attending the event, we inform you that you will be able to join the event "The future of museum professionals in the digital era" 15th April 2020 at 10:00 am (Brussels time), by clicking the link below: Event: link Password: 840620 In case you are not able to join the event through the Zoom link, we inform you that the full conferenc
Culture Action Europe, DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University and the Mu.SA project partners have jointly taken the decision to move the Mu.SA Final Conference online. This decision has been taken following the COVID19 emergency. The conference, initially planned for April 3, will now take place on April 15, 2020 from 10am to 2pm. To participate, please register here before April 13. DAISSy Research Group of the Hellen...
Here you may read the remarks by four Greek museum professionals specialized in the Mu.SA specialization courses, who explain shortly how the Mu.SA specialization course helped them to enhance their skills and competences in the real working environment. Read it here.
Her project work aims to valorisation of data produced by public administration and dissemination of a culture of public data. In particular to improve the management of IBC's data collection and to increase its level of updating, in order to achieve a more effective alignment between sets of RDF data and regional information systems published by IBC. You can read it here.
This is the experience of Luigi Serra, an Italian IT engineer who works as technical collaborator at Institute of History of Mediterranean Europe (ISEM). His project work aims to provide assistance for the acquisition of new technologies or analyze proposals to improve the technological equipment and IT solutions of the museum. You can read it here.