We have an amazing line up of speakers for this year’s conference. Find out more about who will be sharing their projects and learning with us at the British Library on 18 October!

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James Baker – Senior Lecturer in Digital History and Archives, University of Sussex

Helen Casey – Professional Doctorate Candidate – DHeritage, University of Hertfordshire

Luigina Ciolfi – Professor of Human Centred Computing, Sheffield Hallam University; Danilo Giglitto – Postdoctoral Researcher, Sheffield Hallam University; Eleanor Lockley – Research Fellow and Associate Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University; Abir Tobji – CultureLabs Project Manager, People’s History Museum and Katy Ashton – Director, People’s History Museum

Sarah Dick – Multimedia Producer, Royal Institution of Great Britain

Sophie Dixon – Co-founder and Visual Artist, Mnemoscene Ltd and Abira Hussein – Associate Producer, All Change

Jason Evans – National Wikimedian, National Library of Wales

Hannah Hethmon – Consultant/Producer, H. Hethmon Consulting/Contractor for The National Archives

Valerie Johnson – Director of Research and Collections, The National Archives

Emma McFarland – Innovation Lab Manager, The National Gallery and Lawrence Chiles – Head of Digital Services, The National Gallery

James Morley – Data Wrangler, Freelance

Joseph Padfield – Principal Scientist, The National Gallery; Rupert Shepherd – Collection Information Manager, The National Gallery and Rob Tice – Director, Knowledge Integration

Martin Poulter – Wikimedian in Residence, University of Oxford

Joanna Salter – Senior Manager, Participation, National Maritime Museum and Ben Raithby – Senior Digital Producer, National Maritime Museum

Andrea Wallace – Lecturer, University of Exeter and Mathilde Pavis – Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Exeter

Kira Zumkley – Researcher, University College London