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Digital Cultural Heritage Symposium 11-12 May

Europeana is holding a two day symposium 11-12 May that brings together cultural heritage professionals, policy makers, academics and researchers to discuss impact horizons of research when nurtured by digital cultural heritage. 

DRI's Director Natalie Harrower will speak during Session 3: Citizen science and engagement: conditions for impact in digital cultural heritage, which takes place at 9:30am Irish time (10:30am CEST) on Wednesday, 12 May. The title of her talk is What is the history you want to see written? ... and other adventures in digital preservation

The symposium, titled 'Research and digital cultural heritage: new impact horizons' is being held on Zoom, and is free with registration required. Full programe and registration details are here: