The life-cycle of digitised artefacts contains a number of phases; the most important are artefact selection, digitisation, storage, contextualisation, reuse. 

The overall vision of REEVALUATE is to frame each step of CH artefacts’ digital life cycle, in order to enable and promote an effective and inclusive management of the process. To this end, multiple enablers and tools (technological and nontechnical) will be developed to empower and automate, as possible, the process. These enablers and tools will be based on the real needs of the stakeholders, extracted through appropriate research, to guarantee effectiveness and adoption. The solution will be rooted in the concepts of co-design and co-creation in order to maximise the societal-value and promote collaborations and creative reuse of the digitised artefacts. 

The approach of REEVALUATE will provide an actionable framework, with independent and interoperable pieces, that would allow CH institutions to manage parts or the whole of the digitisation process. Throughout the project, a Human-Centred Design approach will be used, in order to ensure that the outcome framework will be based on real stakeholders’ needs and will be designed in order to empower them, rather than enforce a solution to them. Qualitative enquiries with different stakeholders will guide the design of the framework. Moreover, the final solution will be assessed through a multivariate evaluation in order to ensure the framework’s effectiveness. The polyphony of the partners of the consortium will help to approach the framework from different -complementary- angles in order to guarantee its adoption from the wider cultural heritage community.