Lecture on DELTA course in DIGITARCH summer school, Bologna – Italy

On Monday 11th July 2022, at 10 – 12 CET, Mrs. Panagiota Polymeropoulou, Senior Researcher in the DAISSy Research Group – Hellenic Open University, gave an online lecture on “Digital Excavation through Learning and Training in Archaeology – DELTA project” for the summer school held within the Digital Collections Curator for Archaeology – DIGITARCH project. Panagiota was presenting the Digital Excavation course and introducing Module 4 “Open -air Museums and Experimental Archaeology”, with a focus on Public Archaeology.

The summer school was organized from 20 June until 15 July 2022 by the Department of History and Cultures, University of Bologna, Italy with Scientific coordinator Professor Antonella Coralini and with collaboration of the Civic Museums of Reggio Emilia and the Civic Museum of Modena. It aimed at those who currently work, or are planning to work in the cultural sector, willing to acquire skills as a Curator of Digital Collections with a focus on material and immaterial archaeological heritage, ranging from museums to excavations. The summer school offered a high-level and unique international training aimed at putting into practice the digital and technological competences of students and professionals working on heritage, with a special focus on the archaeological field, in line with the job profile of the Digital Collection Curator. The summer school attended 17 participants, with the majority of students (70,59%%) coming from different cities in Italy and the 35,29% having a master’s degree in Archaeology, Visual Arts or Cultural Studies.

More information: https://site.unibo.it/digitarch/en/programme/11-15-july


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