At its final stage the University of Alicante organized last Tuesday, 29th of June, Digital Humanist multiplier event. The objective was showcase the intellectual outputs developed in the framework of the project in the national version. The event took place online and attracted 13 participants from different areas: university professors, archaeologists, specialist in conservation of architectural heritage, manager of cultural assets and director of museum. It was chaired by Daniel Tejerina, project key researcher, where he presented the role of the University of Alicante and main results achieved in cooperation with the department of the Virtual Heritage (Patrimonio Virtual).

The University of Alicante actively contributed to the Desk research, creation of Open Educational Resources and videos related to the immersive environments, cultural heritage technologies, digital mapping and digital curation and tutoring to students participating in the experimental educational programme.