Get to know DigiTraining project!
How can we support museums and heritage institutions through the digital shift and foster innovative cross-sectorial approaches through the use of new technologies?
DigiTraining (Digital & Audiovisual Capacity Building for Accessible Heritage) is helping CHIs understand their possibilities to maximise the impact of their narratives through unexplored tools and schemes, equipping them with skills to comfortably enter the technological environment.
The project is targeted at small or midsize museums, as well as other tangible or intangible heritage organizations with open facilities accessible to the public and aims to provide training on digital and audiovisual technology, as well as on digital-related management. It is specifically conceived for cultural heritage institutions, to improve the experience of their audience, to better confront management challenges including data management, and to increase the monetisation options for their organisations.
After a call for applications, the first training stage is now taking place in online mode, with more than 100 participants!
DigiTraining is co-funded by the European Commission under the Creative Europe Programme, responds to the urgent need for providing specific support to the cultural and creative heritage sector.
Interested in the project? Check their webpage, here!