Project Result 1: Open-access publication showcasing HE engagement practices in the revival of European cultural organisations through open innovation

PR1 is the production of an open-access publication showcasing practices of HE engagement in the revival of CHOs by means of open innovation on regional, national and European level. It (a) identifies ways cultural heritage can benefit from knowledge production and circulation in HEIs to boost CHOs and overcome the post-pandemic crisis; (b) analyzes the role HEIs may play in their revival; and (c) presents a collection of practices where HEIs act as catalysts of CHO revival through open innovation.”

Reports

Report 1/PR1A7: Synthesis of publication “Practices in the revival of European cultural heritage organisations through university-driven open innovation”

This document is a synthesis of the publication showcasing HE engagement practices in the revival of European cultural organisations through open innovation. Its aim is to present in a short yet inclusive way the process and the final outcome of project result 1 of the eCHOing project.

Report 2/PR1A5: Practices in the revival of European cultural heritage organisations through university-driven open innovation

This document is the final outcome of project result 1 of the eCHOing project. Through desktop research, survey delivery and analysis, 10 European best practices in the revival of European cultural heritage organisations through university-driven open innovation have been identified. Opportunities and challenges for fruitful synergies between Higher Education Institutes and Cultural Heritage Organisations are also presented along with future considerations in the field.

Project result PR1A6: eCHOing infographics

Objectives from the eCHOing project in English
10 best practices from the eCHOing project in English
Findings and solutions from the eCHOing project in English
Solutions and opportunities from the eCHOing project in English
Main aims of the eCHOing project in English
eCHOing project methodology in English

Project result PR3A1, part 1: Mapping and matching guide

This MMG summarizes the key forms of open innovation types (mostly digitally enhanced initiatives ) that are already used within the cultural heritage sector, or have been recently introduced.

We provide an introductory explanation and some inspirational examples but the list is just an indication of different types for Open innovation project collaborations that eCHOing has as a goal.