inDICEs provides policy recommendation concepts to the growing call for copyright reform, regulations and coordination of European sovereignty in favour of the public interest.
inDICEs is conceived as a project that aims to empower policy-makers and decision-makers in the Cultural and Creative Industries to fully understand the social and economic impact of digitisation in their sectors and address the need for innovative (re)use of cultural assets. By tracking policies in an open observatory and establishing policy priorities for successful digital transformation and future governance of cultural and creative content ecosystems, inDICEs is working to provide tools to measure and advance the impact of cultural… Read More »inDICEs position on European Declaration of Digital Principles
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
Do you have a favourite cultural website? Share it with us! Join our open call and help us to build the inDICEs Observatory Platform inDICEs is building a Visual Analytics Dashboard as part of the Open Observatory, a platform that aims to collect, process, and provide relevant data and information to users – from policy-makers, researchers and anyone who is interested in exploring data from cultural heritage institutions and in learning more on policies and trends. Anyone can participate! Join… Read More »Wanted: sources & websites on culture!
Join us in the second consultation workshop on Digital transitions in the Cultural Heritage Sector. The online workshop will take place on the 20 & 21 of April 2021. inDICEs is developing a methodology that will measure the widespread impact of the digital revolution in the cultural heritage sector and guide its future evolution to further support the investment in digitisation and the creation of frameworks for accessible and reusable cultural assets. In this context, the 2nd Consultation Workshop brings together cultural heritage… Read More »2nd inDICEs Consultation Workshop
On November 11th, inDICEs signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Biennale of Western Balkans, an initiative that aims to promote intangible and natural heritage through art, technology and open knowledge in Greece and the Western Balkans. With a common interest in fostering good practices in digital heritage and encouraging collective action, the agreement marks the occasion for an exciting collaboration between both projects. What is the Biennale of Western Balkans? The Biennale of Western Balkans (BoWB) is an initiative… Read More »inDICEs & Biennale of Western Balkans
In this blog post, an effort is made to collect and share some relevant resources on Intellectual Property Rights developments in the cultural heritage sector. On the journey to Culture 3.0, the cultural heritage sector must tackle the increasingly complex topic of IPR. On our way to a shared and open digital future, the cultural sector must empower itself with IPR knowledge and tools. The sector’s main objectives are to understand the legal framework, operate with existing tools, and take… Read More »Building on IPR knowledge Exchange in the cultural Heritage Sector
One of the goals of the inDICEs project is to understand how value is being created through the reuse of digital heritage resources. We want to advocate for policies that support the development of new services, initiatives and products that create added cultural, social and economic value. In order to do that, we want to demonstrate that reuse of digital heritage resources has an impact – and to understand how this impact happens. On the second day of our consultation… Read More »Consultation Workshop with the CHI sector: Value Chains & Impact in the Cultural Heritage Sector
The inDICEs project consortia organized a consultation workshop with the cultural heritage sector on 15 and 16 of September 2020. This workshop is the first one of the three consultation workshops envisaged within the project. Our aim was (and still is) to meet representatives of the sector, institutions, researchers, users and all the inDICEs community to better understand the needs and concerns of the sector in relation to the digitization, online access, the use and the potential re-use of their… Read More »First consultation workshop with the CHI sector: Understanding our digital futures