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#CA-04-14 Culture in the Digital Age

  • Categories Creative Arts
  • Duration 11h
  • Total Enrolled 9
  • Last Update January 9, 2021

About Course

European University Institute (EUI)

Description

Explore the affects of digital technology on the cultural sector

In the last two decades, the cultural sector has undergone a radical transformation due to the rise of new media technologies. The digital revolution has radically transformed the daily practice of international cultural relations.

On this course you will explore how digital technology creates new opportunities in international cultural relations. You will learn about new trends in the cultural economy, regulatory challenges and emerging threats. You will also be introduced to tools to build a digital strategy in order to reach an international audience and establish global networks.

Who will you learn with?

Anna Triandafyllidou

Anna Triandafyllidou is Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.

 

 

Jeremie Molho

Jeremie Molho is Research Fellow at the European University Institute and the National University of Singapore

 

 

Who developed the course?

European University Institute logo

The European University Institute offers doctoral and post-doctoral training in the social sciences. It hosts the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Historical Archives of the EU.

What Will I Learn?

  • Identify economic and organisational models emerging in the cultural economy as a result 
of digital disruptions

  • Explore the key regulatory challenges at national and international levels
  • Design innovative frameworks for intercultural relations, using the power of new technologies
  • Develop a digital strategy to reach a wider audience and build global networks 


Topics for this course

11 Lessons11h

Getting started?

Let's start by introducing the main objectives of the course, the team that prepared it, and the questions we will be discussing over the course.
Welcome to the Course
Meet the team
The digital era: new possibilities and challenges for culture
Is the digital an opportunity or a threat for culture?

Impacts of the digital on creative industries?

Let us look at how key creative sectors such as music, or film are adjusting to the digital revolution. What is the new landscape for today’s artists?

The rise of transmedia?

Transmedia refers to the mobilization of diverse media, platforms, and channels to spread a message or develop a cultural project. It is used to diversify audiences and mobilize them in a participatory way.

Student Feedback

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In the past 20 years, due to the rise of new media technology, the cultural field has undergone fundamental changes. The digital revolution has fundamentally changed the daily practice of international cultural relations. This course is well worth learning and is highly recommended.

This course introduces us to various data tools to build digital strategies to reach international audiences and build global networks.

This course explores with us how digital technology can create new opportunities in international cultural relations. Let me learn about new trends, regulatory challenges and emerging threats in the cultural economy. It's not bad. I like it.

It is a very good course for us to explore the impact of digital technology on the cultural industry. It's worth learning.

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Target Audience

  • This course is for anyone working in fields related to culture or technology. This includes cultural managers, artists, diplomats, internet professionals, and journalists.