(Re)use of digital cultural heriatge
Policy analysis of value chains (case studies)
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Policy analysis of the value chains for CHIs in the DSM (case studies)
Within the inDICEs project, we aim to understand the effects of the digital revolution on modes of cultural and creative production and on their economic and social impact.
To achieve this, we decided to look at the CH sector in the context of the structural inter-dependencies and the impact it has on other sectors and the societies. Taking into consideration the changing perception of the role and responsibilities of cultural heritage institutions, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, in “Policy analysis of value chains for CHIs in the Digital Single Market” document we discuss the issue of the value of digital cultural heritage, focusing on the impact it has on societies and the European policies concerning digital heritage resources and the Digital Single Market and propose a framework for understanding digital cultural heritage value chains, created on the basis of case studies analysis of the (re)use of digital cultural heritage.
Read: “Policy analysis of value chains for CHIs in the Digital Single Market”
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