Technology and digitalisation
UNESCO invites professional research institutes, companies and entities to submit a proposal for data collection and analysis for the third edition of Re|Shaping Cultural Policies, UNESCO’s flagship publication on the state of contemporary cultural and creative sectors and global cultural governance. The report will be published in June 2021.
The use of digital library services is growing rapidly, and public libraries remain the most visited cultural institutions in Denmark.
The report "Public libraries in figures 2018" shows the development and status of a number of key areas in the activities of public libraries and is based on the libraries' report to Statistics Denmark, the citizens' responses in the new cultural customs survey and the libraries' replies in the Palace and Culture Board's annual questionnaire survey "Library barometer for library.
The creative economy, in some ways, defies definition almost by definition. But its significant 3% contribution to global gross domestic product (GDP) makes it a powerful emerging economic sector that is being strengthened by a surge in digitalization and services.
Social media conglomerates are often looked upon with suspicion when it comes to the management of their platforms and collaboration for social development. Media and information literacy is a potent way to help people to critically navigate these information superhighways while enabling them to understand that they have the autonomy to choose what they do online or not.
Arts Council Korea signed a 'Big Data Sharing Work Agreement for Data Convergence, Cooperation, and Proliferation'.