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November 25, 2016, 12:00 am | December 31, 2019, 12:00 am

On this page you can read Mu.SA newsletters that compiles project related news.

Fifth Mu.SA Newsletter is out on International Museum day.

Digital platforms and digital skills play a major role in creating this new collaborative, fluid and interactive environment for museums. Along with the conceptual transformation of museums comes a necessary re-defining of the nature of museum work and of museum professionals. Processes of collecting, conservation, exhibition, research and communication that uphold the museum structure now require a set of skills that transcends strict disciplinary bounds of art, culture and heritage…

Read the full newsletter for this story as well as information on the upcoming Mu.SA ‘Specialization Course’ for successful MOOC learners.

Mu.SA Newsletter number four reflects on the learners’ journey.

At the half-way point of the Mu.SA MOOC this newsletter discusses what participants have been taught so far, what comes next and why this content is relevant to museum professionals today and in the future. It also gathers the impressions of MOOC learners and tutors on the course content and the unique learning path this project proposes.

Read more here!

Third Mu.SA Newsletter announces MOOC registration.

The news is out – subscription for the Mu.SA Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) is now open. Are you a museum professional and want to advance your IT skills? Are you thinking of finding your future employment in the museum sector or are interested in cultural management? Then this course might be something for you.

Read the full newsletter.

Second edition of the Mu.SA Newsletter is out. 

In the second edition of MuSA newsletter read about the preliminary outcomes of the project: four emerging job profiles in the museum sector are identified; we work now on creation of a training programme, which will include a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), e-learning, face-to-face and workplace learning activity, with the goal to avoid a mismatch between the job market and professional needs

Take your time and read some critical reflections from Annalisa Cicerchia in her editorial about the role of digital in engaging with audiences. Don’t forget to have a look at the MuSA journey from Rome to Patras and Bologna, Barcarena and Gent and back to Rome again. Happy reading!

You can read more here!

First Newsletter of the Mu.SA project.

The digital shift is a reality that cannot be ignored by museums. It demands appropriate competences, skills and knowledge. The Mu.SA – Museum Sector Alliance project supports museum professionals in their digital transformation journey…

Read the 1st newsletter of Mu.SA project here!


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