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Date of the event: 21.04.2021 g.09:15 - 21.04.2021 g.11:15
Added on: 13.04.2021

Cultural Heritage in Digital Age

Polish Science Contact Agency ‘PolSCA’ of Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Institute Brussels are delighted to invite you to the webinar Cultural Heritage in Digital Age to be held on 21 of April 2021!

The webinar is opened to everyone interested in the process of digitisation of European cultural heritage, so do not hesitate to distribute this invitation further. We look forward to seeing you online soon!

The main purpose of the webinar is to get unique insights from decision makers and various practitioners representing European networks, Cultural Heritage Institutions, research institutes and research centres about the value of collaboration to provide efficient digital solutions to the real needs of accessing, protecting and preserving cultural heritage. This event represents also an opportunity to highlight European funded research projects or other relevant initiatives on the digitisation of Europe’s cultural heritage, and to debate on actions that could be undertaken in the future. Please find the agenda of the event attached.


When: Wednesday, 21st April 2021, 9:15 AM - 11:15 AM

How: WEBEX

Registration link: https://forms.gle/BDU8APTqTVzhMUMR8

Registration deadline: Monday, 19th April 2021 (EOB)

Information

Application deadline for participants:
19.04.2021
Added on:
13 April 2021; 13:19 (Mariola Wilczak)
Edited on:
16 April 2021; 13:49 (Mariola Wilczak)

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