Previous events from the Network:
29 October 2019. Responsible Operations – Previewing a Community Research Agenda. Seminar with Thomas Padilla. More information: http://dchrn.de.ed.ac.uk/2019/08/28/29-october-2019-responsible-operations-previewing-a-community-research-agenda-seminar-with-thomas-padilla/
4 April 2019: Engaging with Digital Cultural Heritage – an agenda for Scotland. Engine Shed, Stirling. More information.
20 November 2018, Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network Seminar – narrative and digital cultural heritage.
This seminar explored aspects of cultural heritage narrative and storytelling with digital applications. Speakers: Dr Maria Economou: Designing and evaluating digital heritage applications: storytelling, immersion, affect Pooja Katara: SENSEcity: A narrative tool to read the Urban Environment. more information here.
9 Feb 2018. Professor Melissa Terras, Wandering Through OpenGlam. More information.
21 April 2017, 10am-3pm, Paterson’s Land, Moray House School of Education. DCHRN day: Working with the public. Summary of the day here. This free, full-day event combined creative and collaborative activities and discussions with stimulating presentations from speakers including Helen Graham (University of Leeds) and Victoria Van Hyning (University of Oxford/Zooniverse). Topics for the day included crowdsourcing research, co-production, and explorations of innovative digital methods for working with the public.
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 talked about a research-led exhibition experiment featuring digital surrogates of public domain works of art. The talk was followed by discussion and networking.
Three workshops took place in early 2016: