UCL Centre for Digital Humanities will be hosting a workshop focusing on how museums and universities can work together when it comes to digital innovation. A drinks reception will be hosted afterwards at the Grant Museum of Zoology nearby.
It will explore digital innovation and the relationships between museums, universities and their users. Digital innovation means that museums now find themselves in a new environment in which visitors can interact to create, curate, organise and share their own experiences. Leading to big questions around how we research and understand digital innovation in a cultural context. This event will bring researchers and museum professionals together to consider innovative practices, and develop new research ideas.
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Please find the program below.
Looking forward to an inspiring afternoon!
|1:30pm-1:50pm||Arrival with tea and coffee|
3D Scanning at the Science Museum of the Recently Decommissioned Shipping Gallery
John Hindmarch, PhD student at UCL
QRator and the Grant Museum of Zoology
Jack Ashby, Manager at the Grant
British Museum Collections Online
Matthew Cock, Head of Web at the British Museum
|3:30pm-4pm||Afternoon tea and coffee break|
Tales of Things and the National Museum of Scotland
Jane MacDonald, ToTEM Project Administrator at Edinburgh College of Art
|5pm-6pm||Drinks Reception at the Grant Museum|
When & Where
UCL Department of Information Studies