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About the Impact community

WHO WE ARE

We are a community of professionals interested in the impact of the cultural heritage sector on the people who interact with its actions and services. As a group we are eager to discuss the value of impact and the challenges we face when assessing it. We aim to constantly improve our daily work so that it is in line with the needs of our audiences and other relevant stakeholders.

WHAT WE DO 

We support our members to develop and refine their practice of impact assessment and awareness. We contribute to the ongoing development of impact practitioners and transfer knowledge and share skills, tools and resources around impact. We communicate to our networks, and audiences beyond our Community, the importance and value of impact assessment and the utility of the Impact Toolkit and Playbook.

WHY JOIN?

Use our community channels to keep informed, expand your network, share best practice and promote your activities with other dedicated professionals from around the world

Contribute to our yearly work plan to shape the future of the community activities 

Represent and set the agenda at the Europeana Foundation yearly conference

Impact guidelines

Our activities

Impact Lite

This Task Force aims to make it easier to turn observers of impact assessments into practitioners.


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inDICEs

InDICes ‘Measuring the impact DIgital CulturE’ is a project funded under Horizon 2020 DT Governance call programme.


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Title: Logo inDICEs project

Date: 2020

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Meet the Steering Group

The impact community is represented by a team of six; Chair, Vice-Chair, Manager & three members of the community

Latest News

inDICEs: enhancing the impact of digital cultural heritage

Created: 7 August 2020

inDICEs aims to empower cultural and creative industries, policy-makers and decision-makers to fully understand the social and economic impact of digitisation of cultural heritage.

Professionals in Focus: Maria Drabczyk

Title: TuEuropeana 2019, Educational workshop ‘Nauczyciel XXI wieku i nowe technologie w edukacji’

Creator: Bartek Syta for FINA

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Professionals in Focus: Maria Drabczyk

Created: 25 May 2020

In our ‘Professionals in Focus’ series, we speak to our Councillors about their roles, working lives and plans for their time on the Members Council. This month Maria Drabczyk, chief international projects expert at the National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute Poland, discusses encouraging engagement with collections, addressing ‘puzzles’ when sharing cultural heritage, and the importance of understanding impact.

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