The first masters program of its kind in Conservation Management of Cultural Heritage taught completely in Arabic!
The main objective of this program is to enhance conservation practices among specialists and experts in the region which serves the development of the values of conservation in the Arab world. The program has been designed to include the importance of a multidisciplinary perspective and to provide students with a strong theoretical background, as well as practical training necessary to develop their conservation and heritage management skills.
This master program is offered in collaboration between the University of Sharjah and the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM). This program takes advantage of a broad range of specialists and experts in various fields of conservation to provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and attitudes required for safe practice.
For more information check the link here.
In the framework of H2020 NETCHER Project, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy) and the Center for Cultural Heritage Technology – Italian Institute of Technology (Italy) will organize a 4-day Online Training about “Remote Sensing to fight illicit excavation“.
The training programme is broken into two levels: a beginner level (days 1 and 2) and an advanced level (days 3 and 4).
The course aims at training Cultural Heritage professionals in the use of Remote Sensing to identify evidence of archaeological sites’ looting.
Deadline for application: January 4, 2021 !
Course date: January 19th-22nd, 2021.
- Fluency in English is required.
- The training is free of charge.
For more information check the course link here.
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In this MOOC, that took place in 2020, an international team of experts from six different universities explored the many facets of Greek and Roman cities. They discuss mega cities like Rome, centres of international commerce like the Greek city of Delos and Palmyra in the Syrian Desert, regional centres of production like Pompeii, and frontier towns like Dura Europos on the Euphrates.
The whole course series is now available for streaming on YouTube, through this link.
More information about this MOOC is available on this link.
Conceived within the framework of ICCROM’s flagship programme on First Aid and Resilience for Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis , these webinars offer an opportunity for ICCROM’s network of professional institutions and change agents to come together and share knowledge, experience and tools that will help us to overcome this crisis. Together, we will reflect on how to support affected communities and ensure resilience of both tangible and intangible heritage while we return to a new “normal”.
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* No registration is required.
In this trilingual MOOC (English, French, German), an international team of experts from six different universities will explore the many facets of Greek and Roman cities. They will discuss mega cities like Rome, centres of international commerce like the Greek city of Delos and Palmyra in the Syrian Desert, regional centres of production like Pompeii, and frontier towns like Dura Europos on the Euphrates.
The course is open to anybody with an interest in archaeology, architecture, history or cultural heritage. Participation is free of charge.
Classes Start: Apr 2, 2020
Classes End: Jun 19, 2020
Estimated Effort: 2h30
Registration for the MOOC is opened on this link.
The Copernicus MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) is an online training aimed at enabling anyone to understand how to use Earth Observation data in order to address societal challenges and generate business opportunities.
Participants will learn how Copernicus data can be used for evidence-based public policy, as well as to develop new products and services, open up new markets, improve quality of life, and make the most of limited resources in a sustainable way.
The Copernicus MOOC will be held twice in 2020:
- MOOC 1: March – May 2020
- MOOC 2: September – December 2020
Each MOOC will consist in 12 lessons of 2 hours each, over a period of 12 weeks.
MOOC 1 will start on Monday 09 March 2020.
Registration for the Copernicus MOOC is opened at: https://mooc.copernicus.eu