A forthcoming seminar on data spaces for Bulgarian heritage professionals

Plovdiv, 14 October 2022

The 15th International Conference Education and Research in the Information Society (ERIS) will co-host a seminar entitled Digital transformation in museums and libraries: data spaces. The event is co-organised by the DISTILL project (Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia University St Kliment Ohirdski) and the Museology Research Lab of the Ionian University in Corfu, Greece.

The seminar will explore the new developments around the European data space for cultural heritage, launched recently during the Europeana conference which took place in the Hague on 28-30 September 2022.

Museum visitors passing by the 3D display of the İnandık vase, a Hittite terracotta vase with scenes in relief depicting a sacred wedding ceremony, mid-17th century, found in İnandıktepe. Exposition of the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Ankara (photo by the author).

The seminar will bring together museum and library professionals as well as other stakeholders interested in digital cultural heritage. Its aim is to explore the new trends in the domain of digital heritage. The event is interactive and only offered in a face-to-face mode. The working language is Bulgarian with one guest talk in English.

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