Creating Digital Waters promoting learning in water museums to enhance education for sustainability and cultural heritage
Education for the SDGs, and in particularly the SDG6 on Water
is a crucial prerequisite for more forward-looking water management and a stimulating field for creative innovation of water museums.
The digitization of natural and cultural water heritage is a key process that should be promoted when thinking about sustainable futures in Europe.
CANALI DI BOLOGNA
CANALI DI BOLOGNA
One of the Credit cases
Promoting attractive education activities of museums to address climate change and environmental challenges.
Improving people’s access to & interpretation of water heritages inside and outside museums.
Preventing further losses of both natural and cultural water heritages in the long teem.
- Needs analysis about the digital competences and training gaps of the water museums.
- Developing knowledge and compentences of the partners related to digitalization of water cultural heritage (through planned Workshops).
- Co-creation of digital campaigns and tools for the participating museums.
- Educating the youth on digital routes, 3D models, 360-experience tools, and educational e-media (through Trainings).
- Creation of a web-platform that facilitates the interaction among museums and the exploitation of the created digital tools.
The project launched in February 2023 and will last 24 months (until January 2025).
First Transnational Partners Meeting Bologna, March 2023
Workshops of the Partners on digitizing cultural heritage (April-June-July 2023)
WHAT IS NEXT: co-creation of new custom-made digital routes, e-activities, 3D models, etc. for the participating museums to engage wider audiences .