Project Design


  1. To prevent further losses of both natural and cultural water-related heritages 
  2. To create new tools to promote attractive education activities on water awareness 
  3. To improve people’s access and interpretation of water heritages
  4. To enlarge the number of water museum visitors (both online and physical visits) 
  5. To consolidate a larger and stronger network of water museums engaged on the digitization of most relevant local water heritages


  • Students and related educational institutions
  • Local artists, photographers and/or video-makers
  • Audience, visitors and users
  • Water museums in Europe and beyond, members of the WAMU-NET


  • 3 online Workshops
  • 3 Digitization campaigns
  • 5 Onsite and online meetings 
  • The involvement of local educational institutions for the co-design process. The aim in to transfer knowledge to students by doing a training and a work experience
  • 2 trainings for museums’ staff and students
  • A co-design process: each Museum work together with students developing the contents for the web platform 
  • Outlining of digital itineraries for the web and on web platforms: contents will be uploaded in the web platform organized according with different digital tools
  • Networking to expand cooperation with additional museums members of WAMU-NET, in order to develop new projects and expand further the web platform created with CreDiT. 

Main Results

  1. n. 3 Archives of digitized elements and sites related to the cultural heritage of each Water Museum (photos, videos, photospheres, scans and 3D acquisitions in digital format)
  2. Digital tools co-designed for each participating museum
  3. A web platform to interact with the digital tools – educational material – cultural heritage contents for each Water Museum
  4. A Toolkit (publication) “How to create and co-design digital itineraries to promote the value of water-related natural and cultural heritages as a vector for sustainable development (Agenda 2030), the protection of environment and aquatic biodiversity”