DemonstrationTobias Baumgaertner, University of Passau, Germany
The way information delivery and communication has changed throughout the past years transforms the accessibility of information. This leads to an increased demand for technological innovation in cultural heritage institutions.
By offering a framework that can be utilized to accomplish the basic tasks, which are usually mandatory for a successful digital strategy, the goal is to introduce a system that benefits the smallest institutions by providing an anchor that caters to the purposes of education, study and enjoyment but at the same time opens up museums’ future innovation potential and connects them to other likeminded institutions.
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