Did you believe that seniors were clumsy computer users and not interested in digital innovation? Then you were wrong!
A paper written by Jacqueline and Shanshan has won the prize for the best paper in the International Cultural Heritage Congress that will be held in Granada, Spain, during this week (September 28-October 2, 2015). The paper documents the results from a study of museum and cultural site visitors in Trondheim, Norway, and how they regard ICT as a tool to enhance their experience.
When the archaeologist Anne Katrine Meland contacted us for using TAG CLOUD solutions in the small island Rødøya in northern Norway, we accepted at once!
This year SIT supports the annual solidarity action ”Operation Day’s Work”.
“A Blue Thread” is a newly started project in Trondheim. The goal is to highlight and strengthen the cultural heritage of the city in order to revitalize the city centre. Many cultural heritage sites are barely visible, or we are so accustomed to seeing them that we overlook them. Can we create digital solutions to make the invisible visible?
The seminar organized by the Norwegian project Culture and nature travel gave us the opportunity to tell about our experience using the digital storytelling platform Digitalt fortalt and about our vision for the platform.
Our stand during the research fair in Trondheim was well visited by curious children, seniors and families. We see that stories about the cultural heritage of our city engage people.
Digitalt fortalt is an outstanding tool that has the potential to engage a wider audience in culture, but what about thinking bigger?
This post is originally written for the blog of the Norwegian project Culture and nature travel. The EU/FP7 ICT project TAG CLOUD share common goals with Culture and nature travel. Can we avoid duplicating work and instead complement each other?
On April 29, TAG CLOUD represented by SIT was invited to participate to a seminar organised by Kultur- og naturreise. Kultur- og naturreise (Culture and nature travel) is a Norwegian project that aims at increasing interest and understanding of natural and cultural assets. Access through digital services is central. The project is supported by five agencies of […]