Digital Sobriety and GLAMs: a new challenge
This webinar, organized by Michael Culture in the framework of Europeana DSI, will explore the needs and opportunities of digital sobriety for GLAMs: we will dive into the main themes of this new concept while exploring the existing guidelines and the good practices.
In recent years we have realized how much technology can impact the environment: experts claim that digital technology is responsible for 4% of emissions. In this context, cultural institutions face the challenge to reduce their environmental impact.
On April 27th, this one-hour conversation will feature experts from the cultural and digital sector: Camille Pène, founder member of Les Augures, Dan Barnard, lead artist at Fast Familiar, and Barbara Fischer, liaison counsel at the German National Library, Agency for Standardization.
The session will be moderated by Corinne Szteinsznaider from Michael Culture Association.
- Camille Pène, founder member of Les Augures
- Dan Barnard, lead artist at Fast Familiar
- Barbara Fischer, liaison counsel at the German National Library, Agency for Standardization
Please register direcly here.