The full UMAC UNIVERSUM CONFERENCE 2021 Book of Abstracts is published online! Find the download below and look into Workshop B to check up on the ‘Online teaching and learning with digitised collections in Higher Education contexts’ workshop on 1/09/2021 at 2 p.m. (GMT+1). See you there!
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During this workshop we discussed how we had to pivot and deliver teaching and learning online, including teaching with museum and special collections. The recording of our workshop can be viewed above. We are much thankful to all participants for your gracious presence. We would like to thank you for your time and valuable insights. ... Read more
Article about our #collectionteaching project supported by @ahrcpress now online thanks to @IcomOfficiel!
DCDC21 Workshop: Online teaching and learning with digitised collections in Higher Education contexts
Our workshop will present the AHRC Covid-19 urgency ‘Online teaching and learning with digitised collections in Higher Education contexts’ project of University Museums Scotland (UMIS) group. The first part will discuss the project emerging results and case studies to inform participants planning for collections teaching for the 2021-22 academic year. The second, interactive part with ... Read more
Communication and emotion have been crucial challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has forced the Creative and Cultural sector to turn to the digital world and operate online. Although not over yet, learning from the lessons of the pandemic has enabled creative communities to stand together and collaborate in shaping the post-pandemic future. In this post, Dr Kamila Oles, Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded Covid-19 project “Online Teaching and Learning with Digitised Collections in Higher Education Contexts” responds to the Cultural Industries and Creative Practice Knowledge Exchange Workshop organised by The Pandemic and Beyond project by reflecting on the role that communication and emotion have played in the digital transformation of the creative and cultural industries.
Join us during the Pandemic and Beyond, Cultural Industries and Creative Practice Knowledge Exchange Workshop! Knowledge Exchange Workshop for AHRC-funded rapid response Covid-19 projects, organised by The Pandemic and Beyond coordination team About this event This interactive workshop for AHRC-funded Covid-19 projects in the Cultural Industries and Creative Practice cluster is organised by The Pandemic ... Read more
The DCDC21 Conference explored how crisis can act as a catalyst for change within libraries, archives, museums, and cultural organisations. It sought to examine how cultural heritage organisations can look beyond times of crisis and foster innovation and collaboration in their institutions and communities. DCDC stands for Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities. We are a cross-sectoral conference, ... Read more
We are presenting at the 5th AHRC Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium on 12th February 2021. Heritage themes include: Covid, Communities, Textiles, Technology and Diversity. Invitation to watch the live stream available at www.facebook.com/HeritageNetwork/live Programme: COVID 9.15 CAER Heritage: Reacting to Community Need in the time of Covid-19 Dr Oliver Davis, Senior Lecturer in Archaeology/Co-director ... Read more
Covid-19 has led to a rush by museums and collections to digitise and to create digital content, in parallel with a dramatic shift to online and hybrid teaching and learning by universities. This rapidly accelerates and expands activity that was already in progress, building on existing and long-standing work, but with many new features. Members of the University Museums ... Read more