This Conference provides an excellent forum for digital librarians, researchers and practitioners to present and discuss the latest advancement and problems as well as future directions and trends in digital transformation in today’s ubiquitous virtual environment challenged by pandemic “new normal”.
The annual NTNU European Conference represents an opportunity to discuss the contribution that Universities provide in terms of research, innovation and education to sustainable development, and to debate on models and approaches that could be applied in the future.
What does it really feel like to drive digital transformation in the culture and heritage sector? In this talk Europeana 2020 keynote speaker Andy Neale shines a surprising light on how diversity, partnership, and purpose can help us level up.
This session considers how and what skills we need to create more open and collaborative workplaces so that we may be aware of, acknowledge, and adapt workloads to ensure work is equally distributed and aligned to strategic goals and objectives
In this talk Kevin Kelly illuminates the outline of this emerging next platform for human creativity, followed by an interview and panel discussion as experts explore what it might mean for cultural heritage