‘Culture in the Digital Age’ is one of the free online courses developed by the Cultural Pluralism research area of the Global Governance Programme (GGP). The three-week-long course, starting on 13 January, is for anyone interested in the affects of digital technology on the cultural sector.
Taught by Prof. Anna Triandafyllidou, previously the director of the Cultural Pluralism research area of the GGP and Jeremie Mohlo, research associate at the European University Institute, the course will cover the following topics:
Digitalisation and the cultural economy
- Impacts of the digital on creative industries
- The rise of transmedia
Cultural institutions in the digital age
- A new era for cultural policy?
- Crowdfunding culture
- Digitalised art worlds
New threats and regulatory challenges in the age of the internet
- The emergence of new vulnerabilities
- Digital platforms as threats for the creative economy
- Media pluralism in the digital era
On this course you will explore how digital technology creates new opportunities in international cultural relations. You will learn about new trends in the cultural economy, regulatory challenges and emerging threats. You will also be introduced to tools to build a digital strategy in order to reach an international audience and establish global networks.
To see all online courses the programme is offering, explore our training’s page.