Dancing Dialogues - present and connect folk dance groups 🔗
Dancing Dialogues is a project with the Royal Holloway, University of London and aims to present and connect folk dance groups, events and activities in the UK in an easy-to-use digital space.
The website will consist of static (e.g., Home, About) and dynamic (e.g., news, blog) areas. Pages can contain mixed-media content, blending textual information with photos, videos, PowerPoint presentations and slides, PDFs and documents, social media posts. The core of the website will be a map that shows entries about folk dance groups, related events and activities. The website will provide the means to:
- Register an account so that folk dance groups can add/edit their profile, events and activities and assign them on a map location.
- Harvest RSS feeds and posts from selected folk dance groups in a dedicated web page (social wall)
CultureMoves is a user-oriented project that aims to develop a series of digital tools that will enable new forms of touristic engagement and educational resources by leveraging the re-use of Europeana content. The project stands on 3 pillars: technology for content re-use adaptation and sharing, real-life use cases for tourism and education, intangible cultural heritage and more specifically dance.
EMMA - Content Management and Storytelling for the Social World 🔗
The new EMMA innovation platform, partially funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, creates new opportunities to redefine interactive storytelling and content marketing to better connect and engage with audiences through more compelling content and experiences. The EMMA platform allows touristic destinations and event organisers in Europe to seize the opportunities offered by the latest solutions in ICT content technologies, social media and information management.
IN2 coordinates the EMMA project and works closely with Fondazione Sistema Toscana, who are managing the online tourism area for the popular region of Tuscany, and with the Frankfurter Buchmesse, the biggest trade fair of the international publishing industry.
MAXICULTURE - Maximising the Impact of Cultural Research projects 🔗
MAXICULTURE measured the socio-economic impact of digital cultural heritage projects funded by the European Commission. We contributed to this activity with domain knowledge about the technologies involved assessing the technological impact and with developing a Community of Practice to make project results more widely known, scan their latest news and filter and search through their activities and public documents.
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