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Culture, Identity and Digital Content in the 21st Century

Motivation

Digital contents related to Culture and Identity are accessible in all media landscape from social media, blogs, movies, newspapers, games, and in learning as digital courses, learning management systems, scientific papers, Moocs, Virtual Reality. The methods of distribution of historical digital content are in a constant change and appear new channels, mobile apps, courses or eBooks each day. It is a challenge for content creators to define the best way to bring their info to the users, new tools and technologies are researched and used, and each day on different sites emerge new discussions on historical topics.

Nowadays solutions, both procedural and technical, new trends will be discussed in the framework of this workshop. Submissions should offer scientific arguments and interpretations rather than showcase of digital projects. We rely that the format of short presentations will provide the chance to make arguments based on ongoing research in larger projects. Professors, researchers, graduate students are encouraged to submit proposals. Presentations will be peer-reviewed and published in the conference volume.

Topics of interest:

The workshop's topics include (but are not limited to):

• Role of media in the construction of cultural identities;

• Collective knowledge creation in historical perspective;

• On-line history courses used in eLearning process;

• Developing critical thinking skills by analysis of history and digital data;

• Analysis and visualization techniques of digital content.

Keywords

E-learning, digital content, cultural identity, digitalization, military history, on-line history courses.

Expected results

We expect this workshop to be an opportunity for sharing experiences, a framework to analyze and improve tools used for digitalization and communication of historical data, create a forum for exchange of ideas, business case and technical achievements. 

Scientific Advisory Committee

Florentina NITU, PhD - University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania.
Mihail ANTON, PhD - Carol I National Defence University, Bucharest, Romania.
Catalin RADU, PhD - Carol I National Defence University, Bucharest, Romania.

Supporting Organizations
 European Security and Defence College
National Defence University - Carol I
National Defence University "Carol I"
The University of Bucharest
The University of Bucharest
Romania ADL Partnership Center
Romania ADL Partnership Center
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
Executive Unit for Financing Education Higher Research Development and Innovation
Executive Unit for Financing Education Higher Research Development and Innovation
"Grigore T. Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy
"Grigore T. Popa" University of Medicine and Pharmacy - Iasi
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