CD-ETA.Workshop “How to adopt identified positive practices and how to include them into the Action plans”

The 7th international workshop in the framework of CD-ETA, our European project relevant digitization of natural and cultural heritage, took place on November 13-15, in Estonia.

The first part of the workshop “How to adopt identified positive practices and how to include them into the Action plans” was hosted in Viimsi, at the Estonian War Museum and it was facilitated by an expert in design and distribution of digital contents, Tijana Tasich (Digitelling Agency) who focused her attention on Strategical planning of digitizing cultural heritage.

Hotel Park Inn by Radisson Meriton, in Tallinn, hosted the second part of the meeting where relevant participants gave their speech; among them, the Ministry of Culture Ülle Talihärm afforded the topic relating the Preparation and development of the program “Plan of action for the digitization of Cultural Heritage 2018–2023”.

Finally, an “Estonishing” experience: a visit to the e-Estonia Showroom, an executive briefing centre whose main goal is to inspire global policy makers, political leaders and investors. “We have built a digital society, and so can you” is the motto of the e-Estonia Showroom. Since its start in 2009, the showroom has hosted over 3,000 delegations from 130 different countries: we were there, too!

The Italian delegation was composed of Roberto Ferrari, Director of Culture and Research Department of the Tuscany Region, Franca Fauci and Marco Scerbo (Fondazione per la Ricerca e l’innovazione)

 

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