PowerPoint presentations from the final workshop held on 9 June 2011 at The Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh.
ARTIST ROOMS online (Sarah Saunders & Christopher Ganley, National Galleries of Scotland and Tate)
Using QR codes for location-based social media (David Benyon, Edinburgh Napier University)
Hi-tech, low-cost approaches to community heritage surveys – the case of historic graveyards (John Tierney, Eachtra Archaeological Projects)
How do you engage and hold attention online? (David Petherick, Digital Biographer)
Why place things ‘in the hands of the user’? The view from a local authority historic environment service (Sylvina Tilbury, HER Officer at Highland Council)
App Audio Tours – Interpretation (Clare McLeod, Intermezzo)
AddressingHistory: challenges in crowdsourcing Edinburgh’s past (Nicola Osborne, Social Media Officer at EDINA)
Twitter: archive of #dfche tweets on the day
Discussion group notes from our ‘Next Waves’ workshop held on 10 March 2011 at The Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh.
Group 1 notes: use of social media by the education sector (PDF)
Group 2 notes: what can organisations do, and working with academia (PDF)
Group 3 notes: partnerships and collaborations (PDF)
Group 4 notes: liveblog
Plenary notes: ideas for practice and research (PDF)
PowerPoint and Audio files from our open seminar ‘Social Media and the Scottish Cultural Heritage Sector’, held on 21 October 2010 at the National Galleries of Scotland.
Keynote 1: Culture Popped (Slideshare Webinar : Ewan McIntosh)
Keynote 2: National Museum Online Learning Project (Carolyn Royston)
Scotland’s Collections 1: My Canmore (RCAHMS: Alan Muirden)
Scotland’s Collections 2: A Year of Socialising (NMS: Hugh Wallace)
Keynote 3: Museums & Digital Media (Michela Clari)
Scotland’s Collections 3 : Reach Out & Touch (NLS: Emma Faragher/Ann Cameron)
Scotland’s Collections 4 : A Toe in the Water (NGS: Tessa Quinn)
Keynote 4: Social Media & User-generated content: Just Do It! (Gail Durbin)
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