Digital Learning and Education in Museums: How innovative approaches contribute to the future of digital engagement is an online conference, part of the All Digital Weeks program, organised by the Network of European Museum Organisation (NEMO). The speakers of this online conference will discuss how can Extended Reality, the Metaverse and AI Chatbots help audiences engage with cultural heritage institutions and the many exciting stories they can tell? How can open access support educational initiatives in the digital realm?
Also on the agenda of this one-hour webinar the report Digital Learning and Education in Museums: innovative approaches and insights, commissioned by NEMO to Kristina Barekyan, who will be in conversation with a panel of experts interviewed for the report, discussing the opportunities and challenges of working on the cutting edge of technology, digital cultural heritage and museum learning.
The session will be facilitated by Lisa Peter, Co-Director, Midland Creative Projects Ltd.
The topics for discussion:
- Opportunities and things to keep in mind around innovative technologies for the
- museum sector
- Biggest takeaways from projects and initiatives throughout Europe
- Top tips for collaborating between technology companies and cultural heritage
- Hello & Welcome, Housekeeping – Lisa Peter, Co-Director, Midland Creative Projects Ltd.
- Short introduction to Europeana and NEMO – Margherita Sani, NEMO project Coordinator.
- Launching the report – Kristina Barekyan, Museum Professional and Researcher.
- Panel discussion & questions with John Glancy, Digital Learning Section Head at Zayed National Museum, Marion Carré, Co- founder and President of Ask Mona, Johanna Eiramo, Director of the Digital National Programme of the Finnish National Gallery.