As the cultural heritage sector looks to recover, rebuild and grow in post-pandemic times, Europeana 2021 - which took place from 10 -12 November - aimed to raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in supporting a sustainable, responsible and inspiring cultural heritage sector for today and tomorrow.
On Wednesday 10 November, the conference explored putting values at the heart of Europe's digital future. The diverse programme of afternoon sessions covered topics from youth engagement to hackathons, from multilinguality to tools for the common good - and at the end of the day the annual Europeana pub quiz!
On Thursday 11 November, the focus turned to ensuring sustainable digital transformation. Our afternoon programme inspired with workshops and webinars on digital storytelling, fostering diversity and inclusion, greening your organisation, connecting heritage with communities and more. The Europeana Communicators #DigitalAperitivo, saw participants share the (open) culture they love over social media.
On Friday 12 November, the conference looked at how technology can be used to drive social change. Afternoon sessions covered topics like virtual reality and artificial intelligence, digital volunteering, crowdsourcing and how to measure the carbon footprint of your website.
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