The inDICEs Project workshop about the Self-Assessment Tool organized by Michael Culture Association and KU Leuven was a success! On November 10, Fred Truyen and Marco Fiore animated a group of participants coming from the GLAM sector to find out how they could improve their digital strategy. After an interactive session with the tool, a whole discussion about #Digitization of content and #participation took place. The main takeaways? Smaller and medium institutions don’t necessary have the capacities to deal with… Read More »Self-Assessment Tool WORKSHOP – results
Implement your digital strategy with the Self Assessment Tool by the InDICEs project – NOVEMBER 10, from 4 pm to 5.30 pm CET
By Marco Fiore (Michael Culture Association) Michael Culture Association organizes with KU Leuven a free workshop in the framework of the InDICEs project to show a brand new way to implement your digital strategy. This workshop wants to show you how a GLAM’s digital strategy can and should integrate its digitization approach with its outreach activities and participation activities. After an introduction to the InDICEs research results and the ENUMERATE Self Assessment, we will reflect on the status of digital… Read More »Implement your digital strategy with the Self Assessment Tool by the InDICEs project – NOVEMBER 10, from 4 pm to 5.30 pm CET
This May saw a return to travelling for the reCreating Europe project, as project partners headed to Italy for the first of two GLAM @ Home workshops – ‘Open Up Museums! Prospects and Challenges of Accessibility, Diversity and Inclusion’, organised as a collaboration between projects DANCING, inDICEs. A valley enclosed on all sides by looming mountains is not the most obvious setting for a workshop which focuses on ‘openness’ – but the surroundings gave a dramatic backdrop to the two-day workshop which took place in Trento and Rovereto on the 26-27 May, 2022. The aim of the event was to explore key issues and tools to promote openness in the cultural sector, between law and practice. The full programme consisted of four panels, two keynote speeches, two guided museum tours and one training session. In between, participants enjoyed the superb hospitality of the two host museums – MuSe (Trento) and Mart (Rovereto).
The below report summarises the content of the two-day workshop, and is interspersed with the thoughts of speakers and attendees who were asked to reflect on the question – ‘What does an ’open museum’ mean to you’?Read More »Open Up Museums! Workshop – trento/Rovereto
inDICEs and ReCreating Europe invite participants to submit their papers for presentation on WIPS on topics related to GLAM, consumer law and IP overlaps. The Institute of Comparative Law and Legal Theory (University of Szeged, Faculty of Law and Political Sciences) will host the 6th annual Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in Szeged (WIPS) on June 9-10, 2022 in Szeged (Hungary). The WIPS explore current issues in intellectual property law. This year’s event opens two main tracks for application: GLAM… Read More »New Call for Papers: 6th annual Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in Szeged (WIPS)
On October 14, 2021 inDICEs was invited by the European Commission and the Coronavirus Global R&I Collaboration Portal to participate in the online seminar on “Empowering R&I collaboration to respond to the socio-economic challenges of the coronavirus pandemic”. inDICEs was introduced under the session on “Culture and Arts” by dr. Maria Tartari (IULM, FBK).
Why does the unique contribution that culture can provide, continue to be so overlooked today? especially, why is culture overlooked in the recovery plans of various countries and in other sectors of the Digital Single Market? Culture is not only a matter of entertainment or experience economy, nor merely learning: Culture can be a life-saving resource. We are sitting on the most important asset of the future: culture in the digital sphere. Connection, co-creation and digital possibilities, boosted by the… Read More »Cultural Heritage Institutions: from gatekeepers to “gate openers”
Digitisation and Digital Transformation in the Cultural Heritage Sector: Perspectives of Different Communities
Author: Elisa Pellegrini & Contributors: Rasa Bočytė & Maria Tartari On the 20th of April, inDICEs project invited cultural heritage professionals, policymakers and researchers to take part in a focus group session to guide our work for the creation of the inDICEs Open Observatory. Together we discussed and collected insights on frameworks, trends, best practices and new business models that can enhance the circulation and creative use of cultural heritage. Specifically, we aimed to gather contributions on how our methodology… Read More »Digitisation and Digital Transformation in the Cultural Heritage Sector: Perspectives of Different Communities
inDICEs, one year on! It’s been an eventful first year for the project.
The inDICEs project is developing a self-evaluation tool for Cultural Heritage Institutions (CHIs) to assess their readiness to contribute to creative reuse of cultural heritage. To this end, we invite you to complete our survey on IP and online access. This survey tries to better understand the place Intellectual Property Rights, and in particular, the European legal framework, hold in the challenges and opportunities that CHI’s are facing when operating in a 21st-century innovative digital environment, in particular, when contributing… Read More »inDICEs IPR framework for the Digital Transformation of the CHI sector: IP Evaluation survey
Today, the very first General Assembly of the inDICEs project takes place, at the premises of project coordinator ICCU. Representatives of all 14 partners have gathered to get to know each other and discuss the execution of the work. We are joined by Mr. Jarkko Siren, Project Advisor at the European Commission. One of the topics we discus with him is how our work can be best aligned with the second project in this Action, namely reCreating Europe. Also: the… Read More »Project kick-off in Rome