During the spring, 4 organisations explored different ways to teach Digital tools to those working in the cultural sector and in informal education. It has been an enriching journey during which librarians in Poland have been taught how to produce podcasts to generate a higher interest in reading, where Swedish stage actors have been given the opportunity to film theatre scenes using Virtual Reality, where media students in Scotland have given new life to their national history by projecting animated films onto ruins, and where adult educators have created films showing the life stories of people at an elderly care home. We have studied learning processes and recognised how those working in the cultural sectors can reach out to their target groups and become more accessible through digital tools. At the same time, we have also seen how digital tools can benefit the creativity of the artistic process. Some of the results have been summarised in this Online publication!
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