Author: Jen Ross

Lecturer in Digital Education, Project lead on the AHRC-funded Artcasting project. Working with museum and gallery partners since 2007.

21 April – Working with the public – DCHRN Seminar Programme

DCHRN Seminar: Working with the Public 21 April 2017, 10:00 – 15:30 1.26 Patersons Land, Moray House School of Education, St John’s St, Edinburgh. Map of location. Free to attend – lunch and refreshments included. Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/dchrn-day-working-with-the-public-tickets-31878521516 Hosted by the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network, with thanks to  College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Digital…

Open event: 7 March, Tangible Memories – Community in care through storytelling

Network member Shari Sabeti has organised the following event, which you are welcome to attend. Tangible Memories – Community in care through storytelling Speaker: Dr Helen Manchester, School of Education, University of Bristol Date/Time: Tuesday 7 March 2017, 12:30 – 2pm Venue: 1.19 Paterson’s Land, Moray House School of Education Abstract: The digital transformations of the last few decades are leaving behind…

Two forthcoming DCHRN events: dates for your diary

We’re happy to announce that  two DCHRN events will take place early in 2017: 31 January 2017, 3-5pm, Godfrey Thomson Hall, Moray House School of Education. Seminar: Display At Your Own Risk: An experimental exhibition of digital cultural heritage. Andrea Wallace from the University of Glasgow School of Law will talk about a research-led exhibition experiment featuring…

Glasgow event, 15 June – ‘moving from impact to value’

Network members might be interested in this workshop on Moving from Impact to Value when evaluating digital cultural heritage resources that we are organising in Glasgow as part of the RSE-funded Sottish Network on Digital Cultural Heritage Resources Evaluation on the 15th June (Sir Allwyn Williams Building, level 5, G12 8RZ, 10.30-4pm).   The workshop is free but you need to…

Recap of Workshop 2: Playing with method, planning for impact

We were very lucky to have our second network workshop in one of the fantastic learning centre seminar rooms at the National Museum of Scotland – many thanks again to network member and NMS Head of Learning & Programmes Stephen Allen for hosting us. The workshop kicked off with a set of stimulating lightning talks: Cultural exchanges: mapping texts, travellers, tales – Anna…

DCHRN workshop 2, 22 March: ‘Playing with method, planning for impact’

  Our second workshop is taking place on 22 March 2016, 1.30pm-4.45pm, at the National Museum of Scotland. The afternoon will explore methods for conducting digital cultural heritage research, and ways academics and cultural heritage professionals can think about the impact of our work.   The afternoon’s programme is : 13:30 Registration 13:45 Welcome by Jen Ross,…

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