Friday 16th August will see the Digital Participation Inquiry host a round table event examining the issues surrounding the use of digital technology and the internet across the cultural industries sector.
For this event we welcome those working within the cultural industries to come and tell us about their use of digital technology and the internet and the challenges it can present. We are keen to explore how the benefits of getting online can increase work within the cultural industries and also explore the risks many may see to exist (copyright infringement or pirating).
The Inquiry recognises that accessing opportunities at a digital level is an increasingly popular choice for many within the creative industries and hopes to explore this issue further through drawing on participant experiences. The Inquiry is also keen to understand how different agencies are working to encourage users online and how they can appeal to a wide audience.
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What are the issues facing agencies in ensuring in getting online?
What are the benefits to organisations and individuals in online?
What can be done to increase the use of the internet and digital technologies across the sector?
This event will be hosted 3-5pm (please note that this time is earlier than previously advertised) at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ