The Skills profile for cultural heritage –report, from the EU funded project EU Heritage states that there is a need to improve outreach and community involvement skills in the area of heritage promotion. But what digital skills exactly do community projects need and how can this be transferred to the cultural sector?
“Some very interesting outcomes are presented regarding the availability of training in digital skills and the strong need to acquire this set of skills. Within the areas of activity identified by the project, it is worth noting that most of all the respondents in the area of heritage promotion expressed the need to improve outreach and community involvement skills, network building skills, and a large majority mentioned in this sense the need for marketing and social media skills.”
(Eleonora Censorii, Digital skills for cultural heritage: a report; Posted 25 October 2021;
Angelika Zelisko, University of Applied Arts Vienna
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Year of publication: 2023
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