University of Southern Denmark
Trilce Navarrete is researcher with interest in the historic and economic aspects of digital heritage.
My research is driven by an interest to support the increase of efficiency, equity and effectiveness in the (re)use of heritage knowledge. From my passion and knowledge of museums as well as my curiosity , I started researching the adoption of computers at work since 1999. This has expanded in time to include other heritage institutions (archives, libraries) and other perspectives (institutional, national, international, and the user !). An important source of inspiration has been the spark of (sharing) knowledge across generations.
I have actively participated in international communities as speaker, researcher, and organizer. I regularly present at different universities, at conferences and academic meetings, generally around the subjects of heritage, digital, policy and cultural economics.