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We are delighted that our #Collectionteaching project has received ‘Europeana Special Prize 2021’ funding from Europeana Research for the creation of video tutorials for those who are planning to teach with digitised collections. The Europeana Research Grants Programme provides financial support for the organisation of events which engage scholars and cultural heritage professionals to reflect ... Read more
About Europeana 2021 As the cultural heritage sector looks to recover, rebuild and grow in post-pandemic times, Europeana 2021 – taking place from 10 -12 November – aims to raise voices from across the sector to empower digital transformation and explore the role digital cultural heritage plays in supporting a sustainable, responsible and inspiring cultural ... Read more
Practical demonstrations, lightning talks and discussions reflecting on a year of virtual collections teaching at University of Glasgow About this event This online free Zoom event, co-sponsored by University of Glasgow Collections Lab, Digital Cultural Heritage Lab & the LTDF Archives Unlocked project, will look back at the last year of technology-assisted virtual collections teaching, ... Read more
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!
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.