Jody Awards are for museums, galleries, libraries, archives and heritage venues which use digital technology to provide a shared experience for disabled people.
Have you been working on a project which uses digital media to widen access to information, collections and learning for disabled people? If so, we would like to hear about your project.
Summer has just started and Nominations for the Jodi Awards are now open (until 21 September).
The Jodi Awards celebrate practice that inspires locally, nationally or internationally. They are for museums, galleries, libraries, archives and heritage venues which use digital technology to provide a shared experience for disabled people.
The International Jodi Awards 2011 will be given on 8 December at the International DISH 2011 (Digital strategies for Heritage), Conference in Rotterdam, The Netherlands: http://www.dish2011.nl/
More information about the Jodi Awards and new content about cultural rigths policy: http://www.jodimattestrust.org.uk/
More information: Marcus Weisen, Director – Jodi Mattes Trust for accessible digital culture marcus.weisen1(a)gmail.com tel: 00 33 4 26 53 30 60