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What is the content of the project?

In the BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus project the seven partners from Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Russia will introduce an eGuide system in the participating museums within the next three years starting in December 2010. A prototype for the eGuide was developed in the former BalticMuseums 2.0 project and will now be realized in practice.


Who is involved in the project?

A consortium of seven partners from Germany, Poland, Lithuania and Russia runs the BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus project:

Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Lead Partner) www.fh-stralsund.de

German Oceanographic Museum www.meeresmuseum.de

University of Szczecin www.us.szc.pl

Gdynia Aquarium www.aquarium.gdynia.pl

Lithuanian Sea Museum www.juru.muziejus.lt

Museum of the World Ocean http://world-ocean.ru/

Klaipeda Tourism and Culture Information Center (www.klaipedainfo.lt)


How is the project financed?

The project is part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) within the South-Baltic Cross-border Co-operation Programme. To find more information about this programme check: www.southbaltic.eu. All partners contribute to the project by an own contribution.

Total project budget: 1.120.200 Euro

ERDF: 947.920 Euro

National co-financing:  172.280 Euro


What is the target?

The target of the BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus project is the joint development of content for the eGuide system for oceanographic museums in the South Baltic region. The eGuide with multimedia elements and tailor made, multi-lingual information increases the attractiveness of the museums especially for international tourists.

Continuing the successful cooperation from BalticMuseums 2.0, the consortium will now develop the eGuide from a prototype stage to a running system. In-depth acceptance tests will help to set up the system in a way directly addressing the needs of visitors. A large part of the workload will be dedicated to the development of visual, audio and text content. The museums will exploit synergies by sharing content. The universities as scientific partners of the consortium will provide the technical basis to realize this vision.


Where do I find more information about the South Baltic programme?

To find more information about this programme check: www.southbaltic.eu.


Where do I find more information about the museums and the scientific partners?

The partners run a joint information platform that was developed as one part of the BalticMuseums 2.0 project. www.balticmuseums.net


Additionally visit each partner’s individual website:

Stralsund University of Applied Sciences (Lead Partner) www.fh-stralsund.de

German Oceanographic Museum www.meeresmuseum.de

University of Szczecin www.us.szc.pl

Gdynia Aquarium www.aquarium.gdynia.pl

Lithuanian Sea Museum www.juru.muziejus.lt

Museum of the World Ocean http://world-ocean.ru/

Klaipeda Tourism and Culture Information Center www.klaipedainfo.lt


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Can I participate in the project?

We are very happy to hear about your ideas how you can contribute to the project. Please contact our project manager Ingolf Sulk.

 


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