Summer School 2020 of the UNESCO Chair in ICT to develop and promote sustainable tourism in World Heritage Sites
The 7th edition of the USI UNESCO Chair Summer School is realized in collaboration with Trisakti School of Tourism, in Indonesia.
The USI UNESCO Chair Summer School in Indonesia will discover tangible Indonesian UNESCO World Heritage Sites and intangible Cultural Heritage in five cities (Jakarta, Cirebon, Pekalongan, Solo, and Yogyakarta). The Summer School will provide learning experiences about Indonesian Batik textile heritage, local gastronomy, as well as cultural visits and seminars. A special focus will be placed on the issue of how Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can be applied to enhance the preservation of tangible and intangible cultural heritage of Indonesia and strengthen sustainable tourism, as well as connect locals and visitors. Seminars will be conducted in three Royal Palaces (Cirebon, Solo, and Yogyakarta) on Java Island. The Summer School also includes the two most prominent Indonesian UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Borobudur and Prambanan Temple compounds.
- Experience and learn about local Indonesian intangible and tangible heritage on site
- Interact and network with local Indonesian tourism stakeholders, tourism & ICT academics and practitioners
- Broaden your knowledge on ICTs and heritage tourism
- Contribute to and work with the local tourism landscape
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
- Advanced Master students
- PhD students
- Post Docs
- ICT experts
- Tourism professionals
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