11-15 July

Bologna Campus, Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna | Lessons on-site. However, in cases in which participants can provide evidence proving that it is impossible for them to attend, they will be able to follow the course online


Digital Collections for archaeology: introduction, best practices and case studies



Via Zamboni 34, Aula Affreschi
* Via Zamboni 34, Aula B

Monday 11st July

"Digital Excavation through Learning and Training in Archaeology - DELTA project”
Panagiota Polymeropoulou, Senior Researcher, DAISSy Research Group - Hellenic Open University, Greece

12-13, 14-15
“Where's people interacting with you? Ecosystem of relationships for cultural organizations”
Raul Ramos Monzon - Cofounder and director of Asimetrica. Gestion Cultural, Spain

“Digital business modelling”
Sian Prime - Deputy Director of the Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
Adrian De La Court - Director, MA Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship and Director, SYNAPSE
Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE)- Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom

Tuesday 12th July

“Participative Digital Storytelling for museums”
Federica Pesce & Antonia Silvaggi
Co-founders, Melting Pro - Italy

Wednesday 13th July

“When collections struggle to tell their stories and the help from digital means of examination and analysis”
Paula Menino Homem, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto (FLUP), Department of Heritage Studies (DCTP), Director of the Museum Studies (MMUS) MA Programme Director of the Conservation and Restoration Lab (LabCR), Portugal

12-13, 14-15
“Museums Good Practices Arsenal”
Daniele Pario Perra, Designer, relational artists, Exhibition researcher, lecture in various international programme

“Digital competences for the Cultural heritage sector. An overview at European level”
Margherita Sani - NEMO – Network of European Museum Organisations, Europeana Education Network

Thursday 14th July

“How the end can represent new beginnings. Project management and sustainability”
Inês Bettencourt da Câmara - Co-founder, Mapa das Ideias and expert in museum education and visitors’ studies, Portugal

12-13, 14-15
“Digital Archaeology- a focus on central Italy”
Stefania Agresta - Isia Pescara, Italy

“Digital Humanities e cultural heritage studies: The commitment of Alma Mater”
Francesca Tomasi, Professor in Archival Science, Bibliography and Librarianship, Director of Second Cycle Degree in Digital Humanities and Digital Knowledge, University of Bologna

* Friday 15th July

Final workshop and project presentation – All partners