This full-day event, hosted by the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network, will combine creative and collaborative activities and discussions with stimulating presentations on a range of topics focusing on working with the public in research and cultural heritage engagement contexts.
Issues discussed will include sustainable online communities; crowdsourcing; co-production; and Wikipedia and public engagement. All Network members are invited – and new members are welcome to join the network at any time – contact email@example.com .
The talks for the day are:
Sustainability of online projects: a view from Historic Environment Scotland – Lesley Ferguson, Head of Archives and Engagement, Historic Environment Scotland
Participants, Communities, Audiences and Publics: Co-production and designing for varied contributions – Helen Graham, Associate Professor of In/Tangible Heritage and Director of Centre for Critical Studies in Museums, Galleries and Heritage, University of Leeds
Cò bhios an sàs ma-thà? Scottish Gaelic and Public Engagement – Susan Ross, Gaelic Wikipedian in Residence, National Library of Scotland
Crowdsourcing for Research Purposes – Victoria Van Hyning, Humanities Principal Investigator of Zooniverse, Oxford University
Hosted by the Digital Cultural Heritage Research Network, with thanks to College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Digital Scholarship programme and the Knowledge Exchange Office for their support.