A future-ready cultural heritage sector equipped with the skills for revival through digitalization and transformative business models.
36+ qualitative interviews, specifically researching the potential for cultural heritage organisations’ business model evolution
We will present 18+ leaders of cultural heritage organisations and 18+ experts in innovative business model development
24 case study interviews on good practices in rapid transformation in the cultural heritage sector throughout COVID-19 pandemic adjustments
Scanning and identifying 150+ trends which will lead to future directions, behaviours, business models, technology and values in cultural heritage.
Scanning and identifying 150+ trends which will lead to future directions, behaviours, business models, technology and values in cultural heritage.A collaborative sense-making workshop to share insight and validate findings from each partner country. This will make sense of the data and integrate our research to draw conclusions that will inform the development of the sector
A comprehensive pedagogy and set of open educational resources (OERs) to support educators to develop and deliver successful student consultancy projects.
Challenge based/problem-based learning and student consultancy as well as at least 50 OERs to support the toolkit and prepare the academics for the implementation of the programme
At least 4 potential pathways for the integration of the consultancy programme in the curriculum as well as delivery of the programme outside of the curriculum
Implement and showcase the results of the Cultural Heritage 2.0 Digital Student Consultancy Approach in action in 3 partner countries at 3 partner HEIs (Copenhagen, Vienna and Venice)
It will involve 9 cultural heritage organisations, 6 academics delivering the programme and 36+ students from social sciences, humanities and business disciplines
9 success stories of business model evolution developed by the students
170+ relevant stakeholders from across Europe