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The socialization of research in the digital age: the case of the Iberian archeology
PROJECTES COMPETITIUS

The socialization of research in the digital age: the case of the Iberian archeology

DIGIBERS. The socialization of research in the digital age: the case of the Iberian archaeology.

 

Research team:

Maria Carme Belarte Franco (IP) (ICREA Research Professor. ICAC)

Gemma Domènech Casadevall (Co-IP) (ICRPC researcher)

Ethel Allué. (IPHES researcher)

Pau Olmos Benlloch. (Juan de la Cierva researcher. ICAC)

Meritxell Monrós Gonzàlez. (ICAC researcher)

Pilar Camañes Villagrasa. (ICAC researcher)

Joan Canela Gràcia. (ICAC researcher)

Jordi Principal Ponce. (Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya)

Antoni Rojas Rabaneda. (ICRPC. Research projects and communication Unit)

Marta Fontanals Torroja.( IPHES Knowledge Transfer & Services)

Lluís Batista Carissimi-Priori. (IPHES Knowledge Transfer & Services)

Paloma Aliende Garcia. (ICAC. Graphic Documentation Unit)

 

Abstract:

The project is part of the Digital Humanities. It proposes a pilot research on socialization,

through the use of digital tools as broadcast channels, deepens the content, preparation

and presentation materials, as key elements for making accessible and enhance the

interest from the public and use of information derived from research in archeology and

heritage. The plan proposes to involve potential recipients in the selection, design and

production of content, to hear their concerns and needs and formats through which

they can more easily access the data. The target audience addressed the action is the

education sector - teachers and students-. The project represents a test of participation

and involvement of society in the dissemination of research results while making an

impact and work more carefully their social impact.

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