How to monitor and evaluate effects impacts of interventions on cultural heritage? Participate in a webinar on a new impact assessment model, offered on 23 November 2021 from 11:00-12:00 CET by NEMO and the SoPHIA project.

The SoPHIA project aims to provide cultural heritage experts with a methodology to assess the impact of interventions in multiple dimensions. As it reached its final phase, museum professionals and NEMO members have the chance to learn about the impact assessment model and, on the grounds of an actual museum case study, see how it works in practice.

Register for the workshop Holistic Heritage Impact Assessment Model until 21 November 2021 to gain knowledge on the benefits of the unique approach of the SoPHIA model. It will take place on 23 November 2021 from 11:00 to 12:00 CET. On the agenda are talks by experts and project members who will present detailed information and transmit first-hand experience.

The SOPHIA model follows a so far missing holistic approach for impact assessment. It is therefore suitable to evaluate various kinds of interventions in different dimensions and on different levels such as museums. Developed on the basis of extensive literature and research reviews as well as tested on 12 case studies of different nature, the final model is accurately shaped for the purpose of precise impact assessments. It serves experts working in the field of cultural heritage.

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