The ‘Digital Cultural Heritage: Legal, Ethical and Technical Considerations’ seminar will discuss key legal, ethical and technical issues related to balancing protection and access to cultural heritage. Especial emphasis will be posed to digital cultural heritage and to indigeneity. The academic discourse will be complemented by real-life examples and concrete cases, such as those related to protecting digital cultural heritage while fostering access to archive materials.
Date, Time and Venue: 7th April 2022, 9.00 – 12.30. The seminar will be held on a hybrid form, physically at the University of Lapland (Yliopistonkatu 8, FI-96101 ROVANIEMI, FINLAND), Lecture room 16 and online (via Microsoft Teams).
Students can gain 1 ECTS (either under the general optional studies, Code ONVAL9999 or OTMVAL9999, or in the course Advanced Course of Legal Informatics, Code OTMEVAL0018) by attending the entire seminar and submitting a learning diary. The learning diary should summarise one key issue learned during the seminar. It should be around 3–5 pages (Times New Roman, 12) in length. It shall be sent to Dino Girardi (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 25th April 2022.
Rosa Maria Ballardini: Rosa.Ballardini@ulapland.fi
Dino Girardi: email@example.com
Session 1/2 (YouTube)
Session 2/2 (Youtube)