presented at the 4th Dialogue Day: Museums:
Responding to the Digital World in Glagow on the occasion of the EMYA award days on 13 May 2015.
was given at the 5 cultural heritage jobs: Cultural ICT Consultant, Cultural ICT Guide, Digital Cultural Asset Manager, Interactive Cultural Experience
Developer, and Online Cultural Community Manager that were identified in the LLP
project eCultSkills. The
expected impact will allow for comparable skills sets for these professions of
the future, so as to support the European labor market and thus, the
employability of professionals while at the same time contributing to one of
the major challenges of Europe 2020.
- Cultural ICT consultant
- Cultural ICT Guide
- Digital Cultural Assets Manager
- Interactive Cultural Experience Developer, and
- Online Cultural Community Manager.
If you are a vocational training organisation, a cultural heritage institution or another stakeholder in the area of eSkills for new jobs, we would like to invite you to evaluate these profiles against your experience and expertise. If you want to know more, contact us.
Cultural and Creative Industry from Basque Country (Spanish and French) with Portugal gather together in an project to support employment in the cultural sector with development of technology transfer and support for training and employment. Transcreativa www.transcreativa.eu is co-funded by Eu through SUDOE Interreg IV B
How can the rules for collective management of copyrights be adapted to the age of digital music? This was the key question at the EUobserver conference on e-Culture and collective management of creative rights.