Houd jij je bezig met de digitale strategie van je instelling en wil je de zichtbaarheid van jouw online AV-collecties vergroten? Breng jij de collecties naar de mensen en verbind jij met verhalen? En doe je dit met de inzet van websites, social media, events on site, tentoonstellingen en presentaties? Dan is dit webinar zeker iets voor jou!
In the lead up to International Women's Day (8 March), we speak with an expert in children, gender and IT, Eva Fog, who is a consultant, opinion leader, writer and educator. She is the Founder and Chairwoman of DigiPippi, an organisation which aims to bridge the gender gap in technology (oh, and WonderTech Summit Denmark's Role Model of the year 2018). We discover the importance of empowering girls in tech and why 'nice' and 'perfect' need to leave our professional vocabularies.
Read about the launch of Women’s Season in collaboration with Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, a leading campaigner for women in the digital sector. The Season is part of Commissioner Gabriel’s strategy to empower women and increase their participation in the digital economy. Women’s Season will culminate in March 2019 (with International Women’s Day celebrations on 8 March) and will highlight the achievements of both modern and historical women. Find out more, and how you can participate.
Presenting digital collections of natural history has its own unique set of challenges. This is something that Europeana's natural history aggregator OpenUp! knows well. With almost 9 million objects on Europeana Collections - visibility and search come with some very specific parameters. The below explores some of these key elements behind presenting natural history objects online and lets you know the best ways to find what you are looking for.