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We’re busy behind the scenes preparing the full programme for UKMW15: Bridging gaps, Making connections, but in the meantime, here are some of the speakers you’ll hear from at the British Museum on October 26:
- Rebecca Sinker, Natasha Bonnelame, Camille Gajewski (Tate), Tate, Khan Academy and the Pathways to Digital Learning
- Gail Boyle (Bristol Museums, Galleries & Archives), Revealing “The Hidden Museum”
- Juno Rae (British Museum), New digital learning initiatives for family and teen visitors at the British Museum
- Kathleen McIlvenna (Institute of Historical Research), Putting People at the Centre of Collaboration: MuseomixUK case study
- Tristan Roddis (Cogapp), What Museums can learn from Libraries and Archives
- Scott Billings and Ted Koterwas (University of Oxford), Hidden Museum: utilising digital to connect collections, content and people
- Karen Brookfield, Deputy Director of Strategy and Fiona Talbott, Head of Museums Libraries Archives (Heritage Lottery Fund), Are heritage organisations embracing digital? – The state of digital technology in Heritage Lottery Funded projects
With provocations from:
- Richard Light, “Museums: the home of unlinked data”
- Andrew Richardson (University of Sunderland), The Gap as a Creative Space: Reflections of a Creative Technologist? Artist? Designer?
- Russell Dornan, “Don’t cross the streams!” How we broke all the rules with #MuseumInstaSwap
- Mark Pajak (Bristol Museums), “Trials and tribulations of digital signage at Bristol Museums Galleries and Archives”
- Katherine Biggs (Historic Royal Palaces), “Pop-up palaces to create connections” How can you build connections with audiences too far away to visit your sites? Take your sites to them of course!
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The responses to our UKMW15 call for papers meant we had some tough decisions to make – thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal, and to our Programme Committee for their contributions to the review process.