The DigiCulture project was presented in various sessions of the Digital Skills for Education & Culture Online International Workshop. Over 1,500 participants were present online and the event was addressed to all actors in the field of creative industries, culture, artists, students, academics, and more. More details here!
On 4th November 2021, Prof. Mark Brown from Dublin City University (DCU) presented at the EADTU Conference in Bari, Italy. The presentation was entitled Digital Badging for DigiCulture: A Case Study. Abstract: Digital badges as part of the alternative digital credential ecology are an increasingly popular way to motivate, recognise,
A DigiCulture Multiplier Event specifically on digital tools and music was held at Shirley Methodist Church in Solihull on 27 July 2021. Participants were members of several orchestras from the Birmingham area who joined with Solihull Symphony Orchestra for a play day and a seminar on DigiCulture.
On the 15th of July a multiplier event for the project “DigiCulture – Improving the Digital Competences and Social Inclusion of adults in Creative Industries” took place in Lithuania and brought together almost 30 representatives from different cultural fields. The goal of the Digiculture project is to create a sustainable