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Jon Swords Mar 21
Completely agree. What is the point of the intervention? Who is it for? What is the best way to engage those people? ...then consider if particularly technologies are necessary.
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NTMidlands Mar 21
A2 The challenge is to lead with the engagement, rather than the technology. Too often it's a tech first solution - without understanding the audience or engagement you're aiming for. A solution in search of a problem. :)
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Wessex Archaeology Mar 21
Q2. How are new technologies being used for public engagement? What opportunities and challenges does engagement through technology present?
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Jon Swords Mar 21
A3 - the team have been thinking about this. Important to recognise that while digitisation process can enhance access and availability, it does not, on it's own, equal preservation. 3D and virtual models are great, but tangible engagement is incredibly powerful.
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Wessex Archaeology Mar 21
Q3. Where are new technologies contributing successfully to the sustainable management of the historic environment?
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Hannah Rose Woods Mar 19
Rare archival footage of tweet sent in 1953
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Jon Swords Mar 11
An interesting couple of threads about the state/future of immersive tech. One citing the technical issues which need to be solved for wide(r) spread adoption:
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Jon Swords Mar 9
This is great. 90% of heritage held by museums in England and Wales is never on display. So many stories go untold.
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Solent Research Mar 8
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Toby Bennett Feb 19
Some thought-provoking stuff in here - not just on heritage and "immersive" but also on methods, project management and implications of new culture-as-industrial-strategy funding agendas...
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Jon Swords Feb 18
I've put (most of) the presentation from this on my blog if anyone is interested:
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Garfield Benjamin Feb 13
"We have all of history to tell stories about ... but 90% of it is kept in stores" great talk by on the importance of narratives in immersive memoryscapes
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Culture, Media, Place @ Solent Feb 14
This was a really interesting collaborative, interdisciplinary project and design-led method - thanks for coming down to and sharing your team's insights .
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TWAM Museums Feb 12
We are seeking an independent board member with an enthusiasm for supporting museums in the North East. Pls RT.
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Morethanjustshops Feb 2
It is important for high streets and town centres to make themselves a destination for something other than retail.
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Kay Rogage Feb 7
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Dr Sara Perry Jan 24
JOB: Come work with us!! The Centre for Digital Heritage is hiring a Research Associate in Digital Heritage on an 18-month contract. Join the amazing group of digital researchers at Apply by 24/02/2019. More info:
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Tara Hamling Jan 25
Ad for the first of two RA positions for our AHRC project 'The Cultural Lives of the Middling Sort: writing and material culture, 1560-1660'. This one based at Kent. Another based at Birmingham (with me) to follow...
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Andy Clark Jan 23
📣Call for papers klaxon! 📣 The third funded deindustrialisation, heritage and memory workshop will take place at , University of Kent, on April 5th. Please see call for papers - it would be lovely to hear about the work currently being undertaken!
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Lisa Peatfield Jan 23
Bravo to for some refreshing honesty about how objects end up in collections
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