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Seminar at University Kiel, 2012
One of OpenArch’s associated partners is the University of Kiel. The director of AÖZA, Dr Rüdiger Kelm is a lecturer there. Early 2012, he gave a seminar in Kiel aboutmanagement and marketing, where he also put focus on international cooperation by example of OpenArch. It is for the first time that the Institute of Pre- and Protohistory of the University of Kiel offers its students a seminar about museum issues. The course included a theoretical introduction into museum sciences, into presentation techniques and into European cooperation platforms like OpenArch and EXARC (2 courses in Kiel) and a practical part with the visit of the museum in Albersdorf and with activities like , and archery incorporating students (2 days).
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