Welcome to the website of the project DISTILL: DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES
IN INNOVATION LABS FOR DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE
DISTILL addresses the challenge of exploring the changing landscape of innovation diffusion in digital cultural heritage focusing on three major factors for change: the large scale digital collections (growing towards big data) and the challenges they bring to the users interested to use and reuse this digital content; the emerging services aimed at helping users (innovation labs), and the new thinking about the generation of value with the participation of multiple contributors where the contributors have little or no compensation (heteromation).
“Innovation Labs happen and succeed because of people rather than spaces. Success relates to skills and competencies as well as to decision-making, empowerment, trust, tolerance, and investment by thinking outside the box.”
Dr. Georgios Papaioannou (Ionian University, Corfu, Greece)
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Reflections from the conference Europeana 2022 – making digital culture count, took place from 28 – 30 September 2022. It was a celebration for at least two reasons. Such an event is an unmissable opportunity for me. I am really curious about how this new technological development will leave a mark on the digital heritageContinue reading “On data spaces, cakes, poetry and hats: #Europeana2022”
An exploratory piece looking at GLAM innovation labs as potential sources of use cases for the future data spaces for cultural heritage had been accepted at the ICADL’22 conference. Abstract. The accumulation of digital cultural heritage collections for decades was shaped by centralised approaches based on the aggregation, harmonisation and enrichment of digital assets fromContinue reading “Data Spaces for Cultural Heritage: Insights from GLAM Innovation Labs @ ICADL’22”
(cc-by) Dr. Milena Dobreva
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski
m.dobreva AT fmi.uni-sofia.bg
Disclaimer: the website provides updates on the work on the DISTILL project. The views expressed are of the authors and not of Sofia University or the National Science Fund.