New professions for new experiences of culture
eCult Skills
looks into new professions that are the
result of the use of new technologies
in cultural heritage institutio...
Identified professions are:
Digital Cultural Asset Manager
looks into the many digitized objects and how to valorise them
...
eCult Skills identifies the skills
and competences needed for
these professional profiles!
A team of European experts working together
in the eCult Skills project will identify
competences for professions in the f...
The Team:
Hellenic Open University
Euproma
KIBLA – Cultural and Educational Organisation
EMF – The Forum of e-Excellence
M...
Make your business competitive at global level:
 If you are a Vocational Training Institute, align your
curricula to the ...
Visit the e-culture Focus Area of the e-
Jobs Observatory to find out more!
http://www.e-jobs-
observatory.eu/focus_areas/...
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Enter the e-culture business, a creative field with abundant employment opportunitites!

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Cultural & Creative Industries are fast growing economic sectors that have the potential of creating new jobs, while attracting young people to museums. Challenge yourself by receiving training as a Cultural ICT Ambassador, e-Culture Facilitator, etc. The eCult Skills project will show you how! Visit the e-culture Focus area of the e-Jobs Observatory to find out more!

http://www.e-jobs-observatory.eu/focus_areas/e-culture

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Enter the e-culture business, a creative field with abundant employment opportunitites!

  1. 1. New professions for new experiences of culture
  2. 2. eCult Skills looks into new professions that are the result of the use of new technologies in cultural heritage institutions
  3. 3. Identified professions are: Digital Cultural Asset Manager looks into the many digitized objects and how to valorise them Cultural ICT Specialist/Ambassador acts as intermediary between technology solutions and museums Interactive Cultural Experience Developer creates new ways to present and experience cultural heritage Cultural Community Manager manages on-line communities/social media eCulture Guide/Mentor supports visitors in museums/sites how to use interactive media
  4. 4. eCult Skills identifies the skills and competences needed for these professional profiles!
  5. 5. A team of European experts working together in the eCult Skills project will identify competences for professions in the field of e- culture to better meet the demands of this market and close the current e-Skills gap. YOUR input will be needed to make the Profiles as market-near as possible! contact@e-jobs-observatory.eu
  6. 6. The Team: Hellenic Open University Euproma KIBLA – Cultural and Educational Organisation EMF – The Forum of e-Excellence MPS - Maison de la Promotion Sociale Mapa das Ideias
  7. 7. Make your business competitive at global level:  If you are a Vocational Training Institute, align your curricula to the market needs, as identified by eCult Skills  If you are a SME in the e-culture sector or a museum or a cultural institution, have a look at the profiles and improve the skills of your staff  If you want to become a specialist in e-culture look at the identified skills and competences and complement your personal profile accordingly
  8. 8. Visit the e-culture Focus Area of the e- Jobs Observatory to find out more! http://www.e-jobs- observatory.eu/focus_areas/e-culture Contact us at: contact@e-jobs-observatory.eu This project will identify synergies with the www.ecultobservatory.eu The eCult Skills project is co-funded by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission. This Power Point Presentation reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.

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