[Guest] Europeana Impact Community meets inDICEs
Impact of digital cultural heritage as a driver of social change
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Assemblies hold meetings, some are private and some are open. If they are open, it is possible to participate in them (for example: attending if the capacity allows it, adding points to the agenda, or commenting on the proposals and decisions taken by this organ).
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Europeana Impact Steering Group and the inDICES are partnering together to host a series of interactive sessions where they’ll talk about the impact of digital cultural heritage as a driver of social change.
What’s our goal?
We want cultural heritage professionals to learn how to impact thinking to design impactful programmes that really do drive social change. The first assembly meeting will help us capture some of the sector’s needs and help design phase 3 of the impact playbook, focused on narration. We want to be able to better talk about how our work in digital cultural heritage drives social change, and Europeana 2020 will help us do this.