Digital Museum


Educators in cultural heritage institutions such as museums are not only working with the visitors of their museums. Instead. The digital turn also offers new possibilities for reaching out to a wider audience beyond national, but also the usual social and economic borders. This applies in particular to cultural heritage institutions such as film museums. However, the development of such services also comes with a number of challenges. In this interview, Jurek Sehrt, shares his experiences with the development and implementation of new digital services for education and outreach at Deutsche Kinemathek -Museum of Film and Television in Berlin.

Key Take-aways

  • You can reach different audiences with new digital services
  • Digital tools facilitate the collaboration across different media, departments, and institutions
  • The professional implementation of new digital services requires the necessary resources


Dr. Tobias Reckling, Cultural Heritage 2.0 & University of Vienna

Jurek Sehrt, Head & Curator of Education | Outreach | Digital learning Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum of Film and Television

More Details

Language: English

Year of publication: 2023

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