• October 3, 2023

Financial Literacy for Inclusion: Project Multiplier Event, on Financial Literacy Day. University of Málaga

Málaga, Spain – On October 2, 2023. Celebrating the multiplier event of the FLY Project, developed for the financial education of citizens, on Financial Literacy Day. FLY, a co-funded initiative by …

4th Transnational Project Meeting of the E4F Project Femmes Chefs d’entreprise à l’Export hors de l’EU in Malaga

On the 21st of September 2023, the Project E4F consortium joined the Closing Meeting of E4F in Malaga (Spain), a Project co-funded by the Erasmus Plus Programme of the European Commission, …

Unlocking Digital Potential: the DREAM Project Successfully Concludes Mapping and Stocktaking of Digital Challenges and Opportunities for MSMEs

The DREAM project is thrilled to announce the successful conclusion of Work Package 2 (WP2) – “Mapping and stocktaking of digital entrepreneurship challenges for MSMEs”. This collaborative effort, involving partners from …

OPSIZO Innovative corporate welfare model D&I in microenterprises

The aim of OPSIZO WP2, coordinated by the University of Naples Federico II, is to develop the innovative corporate welfare model in micro-enterprises for diversity and inclusion in gender and sexual …

Consortium partner participated in the third transnational project meeting in Vienna

Data Science in Human & Social Sciences for Women Empowerment: Wrapping up the training courses and preparing the next steps on a career guide for data science opportunities On 17 July …

Digi.muse is a project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Commission, involving 3 institutions from Italy, Belgium and Spain.

The project targets small museums, which play a fundamental role in formal and non-formal education; moreover, their role is a priority for concrete integration actions, thanks to the link they have with the territory and the community, and thanks to their capacity to welcome and offer original experiences to visitors.

Digi.muse aims to identify the digital solutions used at European level to exploit the potential of the target group. For this reason, we have created a handbook of good practices and a matrix on museums and the digital tools they use to promote their interactive offer and so that other museums can find inspiration and examples to digitise their artistic and cultural offer.

Among the European museums identified is the Centro Interpretativo da Historia do Bacalhau in Lisbon, which we visited to see all the digital solutions that they have implemented, i.e: the reproduction of animations and videos on supports such as a giant book, a boat, a table where utensils and food appear thanks to beautiful animations; a kitchen with digital tools to play with, such as the fridge or the glass-ceramic hob; there are portholes where they reproduce the interviews with some sailors and, finally, the creation of a sensory room that reproduces the navigation through the waves of the sea, everything seems realistic thanks to the low temperatures, the stormy sea reproduced on the walls and the little boat in movement where the visitor can sit and the mackintosh that can be put on.

The visit to the Centro Interpretativo da Historia do Bacalhau in Lisbon was interesting and enriching, especially thanks to the work done in the framework of the Digi.muse project.

For more information on the project, to consult and download the good practice manual and the matrix we have produced, please consult the following website https://www.internetwebsolutions.es/digimuse_es.php