On September 15, 2021, for the sixth time, the Baltic Heritage Network (BaltHerNet), uniting librarians, museum specialists, archivists and researchers, organized an international conference. Participants from North America, Australia and Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia delivered presentations at the two-day virtual conference.
Dr. Dalia Cidzikaitė, chief researcher of the Lithuanian Studies Unit of the Documentary Heritage Research Department of the National Library of Lithuania also presented a paper at the conference.
On September 22, 2021, two National Library of Lithuania researchers, Valda Budreckaitė and dr. Dalia Cidzikaitė, participated in the international conference “Dispersed Documentary Heritage: Its Identification, Accessibility, Research, and Dissemination” organized by the Office of the Chief Archivist of Lithuania together with the Faculty of Communication of Vilnius University and the Council of Baltic Audiovisual Archives and partners. Lithuanian and foreign researchers and practitioners gathered at a two-day hybrid conference to discuss the identification, access and recovery of documentary heritage related to Lithuania, its significance for the development of the statehood, and its use in historical, cultural and social research, as well as digital reconstructions, cultural and creative industries. Researchers of the National Library of Lithuania presented a paper called “Migration in the Arts Lithuanian researcher Valda Budreckaitė delivered a presentation at the international conference. and Sciences: Creating a Lithuanian Segment of a New Thematic Collection on Europeana.”