AC/E Digital Culture Annual Report

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It is an annual publication that reflects the impact that the Internet is having on our society in order to study in depth the transformation of the cultural sector and help its entities and professionals to create experiences in line with the expectations of users in the 21st century. In addition, the Yearbook, with its analysis and identification of success stories in the application of new digital tools, allows professionals to learn about the latest trends and digital tools so that they can incorporate them into their work methodologies, thus increasing both their visibility on the web and the entities for which they work. It is therefore a publication that ultimately facilitates the dissemination of artistic and cultural content in the large public space that is the Internet. The AC/E Yearbook is structured in a first part in which professionals and specialists in the digital sector analyse trends in the world of culture in a cross-disciplinary manner and involving all disciplines. The second part identifies and defines cases of good practices in the use of digital technology in an area or on a specific topic. So far, the Yearbook has focused on the performing arts (2014), museums (2015), festivals and professional meetings in the cultural sector (2016), cultural heritage (2017), readers and new ways of experiencing books (2018), creators and authory in the digital era (2019), in 2020 stopped because of the pandemic, Outstanding digital initiatives in the cultural sector during the pandemic (2021) Artificial intelligence and cultural creation (2022)
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Objectif(s) de la Convention 2005 de l'UNESCO
Domaines culturels