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ReInHerit Digital Hub

ReInHerit Chats

ReInHerit Project

Publication date
January 18, 2023

Terms of reuse
MIT - CC BY 4.0

Share your experience in the ReInHerit chat!

With this week, we are launching a ReInHerit chat series: join us in the ReInHerit forum, on Wedenesday at 16:00 CET for an informal chat on cultural heritage management, sustainability, cultural tourism, and the role of digital technologies in fostering and supporting the sector!

Everyone is welcome to participate, share their experiences, and contribute to the discussion. We will meet at 16:00 and a moderator will introduce the theme of the chat, with a few prompts for discussion. The chat is organised so to last for about an hour.

In order to join, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to our Forum (accessible via this page)
  2. Click on the “Reinherit-Chat” room. If you cannot find it, use the direct link
  3. At the bottom of the webpage, you will see an orange button “Sign in to start talking”. Click on it!
  4. A pop-up will prompt you to login: you can sign in using your Twitter account or your GitHub account – both are perfectly fine, it just depends on your preference (if you don’t have an account on one of these two platform, you will need to first create the account – either on GitHub or on Twitter – and then come back to this step to sign in)
  5. Once you are logged in, you will see the page. At the bottom, there is a white box in which you can type your messages: type your first “hello!” to test it.

You’re in, and ready to chat!

Note: on the top pink bar, on the right, you will see a small globe: click on it to be redirected to the Forum and see all the other rooms – you are welcome to join all of them!

The first chat will be held on Wednesday 18th January and moderated by Jasmin Sandriester (University of Graz), who will lead a conversation on industrial heritage in relation to tourism and sustainability.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101004545.

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