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  • Living guidelines on the responsible use of generative AI in research

    The European Research Area Forum (composed of European countries and research and innovation stakeholders) has developed guidelines on the use of generative AI in research for: funding bodies, research organisations and researchers, both in the public and private research ecosystems. These guidelines focus on one particular area of AI used in the research process, namely generative Artificial Intelligence. There is an important step to prevent misuse and ensure that generative AI plays a positive role in improving research practices. One of the goals of these guidelines is that the scientific

    Communication and Collaboration in Museums and Heritage Sites

    This comprehensive handbook, designed as a resource for professionals, addresses the critical issues surrounding communication and collaboration within the cultural heritage sector. Outlining key definitions, challenges, and opportunities, the handbook recommends fostering sustainable partnerships, digitalization, and continuous professional development in this dynamic sector. The handbook offers an insightful and practical guide to address the key issues in the cultural heritage sector. Through the adoption of the guidelines provided, professionals and stakeholders have the opportunity to fortify the sector’s resilience, safeguard cultural heritage, and elevate the visitors’ experience, securing thus a

    Interreg Balkan-Mediterrrannean IRC- Hermes. Proceedings of Scientific Meetings and Conclusions

    This publication presents the presentations presented at the two scientific meetings held for the presentation of the IRC – HERMES programme and the relevant conclusions that emerged. IRC – HERMES is a colaboration of 4 cities in three Balkan countries aiming to digitaly record and evaluate buildings that constitute those cities’ Architectural Heritage, in order to explore a common strategy for the preservation and promotion of their cultural heritage. The cities that participated in the programme were Corfu, Argyrokastro and Ohrid and Vathi in Samos. IRC-HERMeS has developed a single

    Interreg Balkan-Mediterrrannean IRC- Hermes. Πρακτικά Επιστημονικών συναντήσεων και Συμπεράσματα

    This publication presents the presentations presented at the two scientific meetings held for the presentation of the IRC – HERMES programme and the relevant conclusions that emerged. IRC – HERMES is a colaboration of 4 cities in three Balkan countries aiming to digitaly record and evaluate buildings that constitute those cities’ Architectural Heritage, in order to explore a common strategy for the preservation and promotion of their cultural heritage. The cities that participated in the programme were Corfu, Argyrokastro and Ohrid and Vathi in Samos. IRC-HERMeS has developed a single

    IMPULSE – IMmersive digitisation: uPcycling cULtural heritage towards new reviving StratEgies

    Digital technologies are also playing a key role in the sustainability transformation; therefore, IMPULSE applies a comprehensive approach to tackling some of the major pressing gaps in the European cultural heritage digitization processes. In doing so, IMPULSE will develop ground-breaking, comprehensive solutions and methods for digitization processes and accessibility of digital cultural heritage collections, that will enable their innovative (re)use, solve challenges related to the interoperability of platforms and facilitate the availability of existing digitized cultural heritage content in novel contexts like the Metaverse while creating innovative standardization procedures and

    Be.CULTOUR Guidebook: beyond cultural tourism

    Step into the world of circular cultural tourism with this engaging guidebook. Designed for professionals and enthusiasts passionate about European heritage, it offers a fresh perspective on sustainable tourism practices. Through captivating stories, practical examples, and insightful recommendations, this guidebook showcases the transformative potential of circular and innovative approaches in tourism. From theoretical frameworks to real-life case studies, it provides a concise but comprehensive overview of circular cultural tourism, inspiring stakeholders to rethink traditional tourism models. Discover how the Be.CULTOUR project is pioneering innovative strategies for heritage-led and culture-led regional

    Europa Nostra at 60: The Future

    60 years ago, on 29 November 1963, Europa Nostra was founded at the Council of Europe premises in Paris. Starting out with 11 founding members, it has become the largest civil society network dedicated to cultural heritage in Europe. Today, it gives voice to over 300 organisations from across Europe and beyond. At this occasion Europa Nostra produced a series of podcasts presenting its history, current projects and plans for the future. Europa Nostra is constantly exploring new fields and topics that need special attention in the area of heritage

    Ukraine Heritage Spotlight

    ‘Ukraine Heritage Spotlight’ is a series of podcasts on saving Ukraine’s cultural heritage from the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Kraków. Hosted by Dr Katarzyna Jagodzińska, Head of the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow, and John Beauchamp from Free Range Productions. The escalation of Russian aggression in Ukraine since February 2022 has brought damage and destruction in all spheres of life, including cultural heritage. Historic buildings, museum collections, libraries, and intangible heritage are all at threat. The international community has attempted to help protect and digitise cultural treasures of

    Holistic Heritage Podcasts: Central European heritage seen from Kraków

    ‘Holistic Heritage’ brings conversations, opinions and thoughts on heritage from Central and Eastern Europe. Join Dr Katarzyna Jagodzińska, Head of the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow, and John Beauchamp from Free Range Productions as they interview heritage leaders and discover the most inspiring projects from across the region. In this episode, we learn about activities of the International Cultural Centre in Kraków which for over thirty years has specialised in the culture and heritage of Central Europe. The International Cultural Centre in Kraków specialises in the culture and heritage

    Holistic Heritage Podcasts: Hub for heritage from Central and Eastern Europe

    ‘Holistic Heritage’ brings conversations, opinions and thoughts on heritage from Central and Eastern Europe. Join Dr Katarzyna Jagodzińska, Head of the Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Krakow, and John Beauchamp from Free Range Productions as they interview heritage leaders and discover the most inspiring projects from across the region. The Europa Nostra Heritage Hub in Kraków is a newly established outpost of international organisation Europa Nostra, the voice of civil society in the area of heritage, a pan-European federation of organisations involved in the protection, management, and promotion of cultural

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