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From the trenches to the master's: a new training area for culture management

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Laura Solanilla

Abstract

Setting up the new European Higher Education Area brings with it new challenges in terms of training professionals in cultural and heritage management. It is not simply a case of producing more or less complete study plans, but also being able to overcome the challenge of responding to the needs of culture professionals (cultural managers and museologists) in an increasingly complex reality; a reality which is undergoing constant change, whilst remaining strongly rooted in the land and closely linked to the local population.

In short, it means being able to close the divide existing between the practice of management that has lacked areas for training and reflection, and a generation of new professionals who are leaving the classroom, but with an important gap in their knowledge when it comes to the actual day-to-day of cultural management here. To achieve this, a series of dangers need to be avoided, such as the excessive fragmentation of contents, or this possible divide has to be alleviated through an applied training focused on analysing case studies and best practices.

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How to Cite: Solanilla, L., (2006). From the trenches to the master's: a new training area for culture management. Digithum. (8). DOI: http://doi.org/10.7238/d.v0i8.533
Published on 01 Maig 2006.
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