IPER Project launches the first report on the actual situation of promotion of cultural heritage through digital tools and according to accessible tourism principles. This report will provide a basis for the development of the IPER Project.

Check the report here.

The project aims to exploit nano-learning methodology, (a Nano Learning program is a tutorial program designed to permit a participant to learn a given subject in a ten-minute time frame through the use of electronic media and without interaction with a real time instructor), in order to update the skills of professionals working in tourism and cultural heritage and to allow them to promote the EU cultural heritage using ICT according to the principles of accessible tourism. Direct target group: according to ESCO profiles, the project will consider these professionals: Gallery, museum and library technicians, Artistic, cultural and culinary associate professionals, Sports, recreation and cultural center managers, Arts education officer, Cultural facilities manager, Cultural policy officer. Indirect target group: Tourists with limitation in accessibility, main stakeholders in tourism and cultural heritage value chain.