Gabriela Avram, Luigina Ciolfi, Simona Spedale, Deborah Roberts, Daniela Petrelli
Within the cultural heritage sector, digital technology is evolving from something usually outsourced or commissioned to external experts to something more pervasively built into the skillset of heritage professionals. The do-it-yourself trend also enables heritage professionals to play a greater role, via tools and peer support for developing projects, while creating new demands and expectations. How are participatory and co-design approaches situated in this context? The variety among heritage institutions in terms of staff profiles and mission ethos means that participatory approaches are likely to be unique to each project and to each co-design team, and that whoever coordinates…
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