This workshop was held on 20-21 November at the Museum of World Culture in Gothenburg and at the Department of Historical Studies at the University of Gothenburg; including an open, public session on November 21 (see the previous entry, below).
Thanks to all participants who made this a very interesting workshop;
which addressed a number of overlapping and interconnected themes and
questions. The international examples and the presentations that
took up communication and mediation of culturla heritage aimed at
different target groups (including in school environment) gave wider perspectives on issues surrounding the goals and means of digital mediation & communication of cultural heritage. Unexpected fields of commun interest seemed to emerge during the discussions of the workshop.
Hopefully the workshop will generate "spin-off" in the form of new collaborations & partnerships - which also can reach outside the academic world.
Thank You! (Per - the workshop organizer)