Local Training

Targets: local stakeholders and communities

In this section you can find resources that have been developed in the course of the INCULTUM Pilots. Due to the variety of territorial characteristics, needs, territories and activities that the Pilots are working with, many types of training actions and resources are under development and made available to local stakeholders and communities from the EU.

Local language may be used. If you are interested in getting language support with any of the materials, please contact us!

Please don’t hesitate to contact the partner responsible for the coordination of the INCULTUM Pilots

Prof. Dr. José Mª Martín Civantos, University of Granada, MEMOLab. Laboratorio de Arqueología Biocultural – email: civantos@go.ugr.es

GOOD PRACTICES FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC LOCAL DEVELOPMENT

Resource developed by University of Pisa in the frame of the Pilot of San Pellegrino in Alpe.

This fact-sheet summarizes briefly the three axis (education activities for the schools, training for local stakeholders and cultural programme for visitors and residents) that are at the basis of the strategy for the cultural promotion of the village of San Pellegrino in Alpe (Garfagnana, Italy), the highest town on the Italian Apennines, at more than 1,500 mt. on the sea level.


HISTORIC GRAVES RECORDING TOOLKIT

Resource developed by Eachtra in the frame of the Pilot of Historic Graves

The toolkit outlines a system and the sequence which helps to coordinate and standardise a historic graveyard survey. Since its inception, the Historic Graves project applied an open methodology approach that led, in the current framework of the H2020 INCULTUM project, to the release of the first version of the Historic Graveyards recording toolkit. The toolkit is intended as a training resource targeting local communities and stakeholders, offering them an opportunity to learn how to easily survey an historic graveyards and fast publishing the results online, contributing to a unified community heritage dataset and engaging with Irish diaspora’s descendants worldwide.

The first version of the toolkit includes:

  • a short ten-pages manual describing a 3 simple steps methodology
  • a quick camera guide, focused on the Sony HX7
  • 3 recording tools:
    • the memorial register sheet
    • the graveyard sketch plan
    • the memorial recording form

The simple recording tools are used by the Historic Graves team and local communities in every new survey. They are now released as a package with the intention, and the wish, that it can become a useful and inspiring kit to engage with new communities, but also an easy-to-understand and inspiring example to train local groups on how to work with local heritage and store data in a systematic way.