Do you know what the objectives of the European project SHIFT are? Would you like to understand the importance of metadata and descriptions in managing museum collections and artifacts? Are you using the Omeka and Omeka S platforms? What strategies exist for the effective digital cataloging of collections and sub-collections?
In an effort to explore the needs of visually impaired individuals in the museum context, the “Balkan Museum Network” has spearheaded the introductory step of the International Project SHIFT. Thanks to Aida Šarac Berbić a bibliography that delves into published works focusing on the integration of digital technologies to enhance
The SHIFT Consortium held its second in-person meeting earlier this month in Knjaževac, Serbia. The thirteen consortium partners were hosted on 15th – 16th June by the Homeland Museum of Knjaževac, part of the Balkan Museum Network. “We had a great opportunity to take stock of all the progress that
Increase of accessibility of Museum contents and meanings for persons with disabilities (PwDs) by using Digital Technologies – analysis of questionnaire results
During the second half of March 2023, Balkan Museum Network (BMN) conducted a survey to determine how many members use digital technologies (DT) to increase accessibility for socially vulnerable groups of people with disabilities. Ten member museums have filled out the online questionnaire which was designed and analysed by Aida
We are happy to inform you that BMN is one of the partners in a three year project titled SHIFT – «MetamorphoSis of cultural Heritage Into augmented hypermedia assets For enhanced accessibiliTy and inclusion” led by the SOFTWARE IMAGINATION & VISION SRL from Romania and funded through Horizon EU program.