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.
This is the experience of Paolo Droghetti, an Italian Computer engineer who works as a volunteer at Museo del Modellismo Storico. His project work aims to provide technological tools, such as audio guides and apps, to narrate the museum's large collection. You can read it here.
This is the experience of Costanza Rosa, an Italian student who works at MAMbo – Museum of Contemporary Arts of Bologna. Her project work aimed to create new communication strategies for the new and current audience of this museum. You can read it here.
WEBINAR WEEK 7-9 April 2020 Theme: Blended and Online Education Organized by the EMPOWER expert group of EADTU A consensus is emerging that blended education, a term that embraces various combinations of classroom presence and online study, will become the most common approach to teaching and learning in higher education. Technology is now widely accepted as a normal part of university education, by both students and teachers, and is seen b
This last event, which is part of a series of meetings created to support the WBL of Italian students, is divided into two distinct sessions,which will take place over two days in Rome, at Link Campus University. During the first day, there will be an intensive workshop about Storytelling, with practical activities that will stimulate the participation of the students. During the second day, there will be two guests, Francesca Marzo (Decision Making) and G
On Friday April 3, 2020, the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University in collaboration with the Culture Action Europe is organizing the event “The future of Museum professionals in the digital era”, at the Bozar Fine Arts centre, in Brussels. This is the final event of project “Mu.SA: Museum Sector Alliance”, which was implemented in the European Framework of Erasmus+ / Sector Skills Alliances, under the coordination of Hellenic Open Univer
This event, which is part of a series of meetings created to support the WBL of Italian students, is divided into two distinct sessions, which will take place over two days in Rome, at Link Campus University. During the first day, there will be an intensive workshop on IoT applied to the cultural context, with practical activities that will stimulate the participation of the students. A questionnaire on digital transformation will follow. During the
The event is part of the program “Matera Capital of Culture” and is organized by the National Council of Industrial Engineers. The conference will try to answer these questions: how new technologies are changing the fruition of culture? How technical and technological skills can be put at the service of the cultural industry? What new market opportunities are open to technical professionals in this field? Read more info here.
Panagiota Polymeropoulou from the DAISSy Research Group - Hellenic Open University presented the Mu.SA project in the European conference 2019 ‘Embracing the virtual. European museums respond to the digital challenge’ co-organized by ICOM Europe & ICOM Greece. The conference took place at the Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece (21-22 November 2019). The title of her presentation was: Mu.SA project: Training the museum professionals in the digital era.
The four emerging professional profiles defined within the research conducted by the Mu.SA network will be presented during the PANEL “The professions in the job market” on November 29th 2019. RO.ME gathers together visions, networking and business opportunities for museums, cultural venues and destinations. It is an international platform, a cultural hub that provides vision & knowledge sharing, business opportunities, networks & tools for the