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ICARUS as partner of the European Digital Treasures Project

by Tatjana Hölzl, ICARUS – International Centre for Archival Research

Over the last decades, institutions with archival holding have invested important resources to offer access to digitized items. These “digital treasures” are thus included as primary sources to free access portals, but they do not have a transformation process nor generate economic returns. The challenges of the digital age are moving memory institutions into new business models, and developing institutional enterprises around digitization. Digital collections have enormous potential for changing the way that information is used. ICARUS as partner of the European Digital Treasures Project weiterlesen

YOUNG DIGITAL TREASURES

by Tatjana Hölzl, ICARUS – International Centre for Archival Research

Would you like to be the co-creator of a European Archives online exhibition? Would you like to be part of an international summer camp in Hungary?

Photo by Max Fischer in Pexels


If you are between 15 and 18 years old and you are a high school student, you can participate in our multimedia contest “Young Digital Treasures” which is open now!Contest: 
Young Digital Treasures.Application dates:  1st of October 2021 to 14th of January 2022. YOUNG DIGITAL TREASURES weiterlesen