Do you want to know more about citizen curation? Do you want to know what is being done around the world to foster participation in the heritage domain? Do you need more sources to inspire you or new tools to work with? So, don't miss these recommendations!
One of the biggest challenge's museums face has to do with the increased number and variety of activities addressed to the publics. The term public engagement - as opposed to education – therefore better reflects what museum educators currently do. The webinar looks at this shift, using examples and case studies from different institutions in Europe. Watch it!
Whether you're a graduate student writing a thesis, or a principal investigator at a research lab, the new Twitter API can help your secure millions of public conversation historical and real-time data points. Read more about it!
This article explores the potential that community-led digital engagement with heritage holds for stimulating active citizenship through taking responsibility for shared cultural heritage and for fostering long-lasting relationships between local community heritage groups and national museums. Read the article here: Strokes of serendipity: Community co-curation and engagement with digital heritage - Daniel H Mutibwa, Alison Hess, Tom Jackson, 2020