Today the final course on the first semester starts, and soon the students will go on winter break. The course coordinator for the course is Anna Foka, who some of you already know Anna from post about Collaborative Document Annotation back in October.
The course provides students with an understanding of the processes of implementing digital technology for art and heritage. Much attention will be placed on data organization and information studies as well as theoretical perspectives from aesthetics and museum studies.
By drawing on concepts like cultural entrepreneurship, national and international policies, global initiatives and paradigms for digitization, organisation, representation and design, the course will enable the students to present their own implementation plan in a digital heritage setting.