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Civic Epistemologies News, July 2015
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 632694

Contribute to the Roadmap for Citizen Science!

A living document that is growing.

The second version of the Roadmap for Citizen Science, building on the first draft that was presented during the Workshop on the Roadmap organised in Leuven on February 2015, is now available for download. It is a living document which grows continuously, absorbing and integrating the inputs gathered throughout the project within its various activities: the pilot, the case studies, the workshops, the website, the participation to third parties events etc.. Help us to shape the way citizens can contribute to the research! Read more and send us your feedback.

Workshop on Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions

Budapest, 9-10 July 2015

Civic Epistemologies is now exploring the conditions for a wide cooperation between Cultural Heritage institution and Citizens. Which are the policies that cultural institutions shall adopt in order to be ready to cooperate with citizens? How can the e-Infrastructures support this process of innovation? This thematic workshop, hosted in the premises of the National Library in Budapest, represents the occasion to discuss with European Cultural Heritage organisations about the role to be played in this innovation process by the participation of citizens and by the use of e-Infrastructures. Join us in Budapest… Read more and register.

Unlock the Innovation Potential of Digital Heritage

Final Conference in Berlin, 12-13 November 2015

Civic Epistemologies International Conference, hosted in the Hamburger Bahnhof (Berlin), is devoted to the presentation of the project’s outcomes and to illustrate the Roadmap for Citizen Science. Key-note speakers, EC representatives, e-Infrastructure experts will debate around the following main topics: 1) the Information Age is producing a big change that is impacting on the cultural institutions, their practices, the way that the heritage is preserved, accessed and made available on the Internet; 2) the participation of the citizens to the research on digital cultural heritage, to the digitisation activities, and to co-creation experiences, including the artistic dimension, represents a big potential that is demanding to be unlocked… Read more.

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