Digital Learning Camp presentations

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Stuart Berry

Following the incredibly successful Digital Learning Camp earlier this month, on Thursday 3 December, we promised to upload and share the speaker presentations.

Please find links to the following presentations, below:

Jen Newby and Alison Glew, My Learning Website
Background, update and how to get involved

Emma King, Museum Consultant and Deputy Chair of GEM (Group for Education in Museums)
Conducting teacher focus groups for digital learning projects

Stuart Berry, Museums and Heritage Education Consultant and DLNet Committee Member and
Andrew Lickley, former eLearning Manager at Yorkshire & Humber Grid for Learning (YHGfL)
Introduction to video conferencing for learning

Paul Clifford, Learning and Creative Technology Consultant (former Digital Learning Programmes Manager at British Museum/Museum of London)
If this…then that. How collaborative and user-generated interactives can reinvigorate museums and galleries

Caroline Bunce, Education & Outreach Officer, M&S Company Archive
Browsing History: Virtual Outreach at the M&S Company Archive

Charlotte Czyzyk, Public Engagement and Project Manager, IWM
Lives of the First World War – digital platform featuring resources for teachers

Zoe Martin, Education Programme Developer, Heritage Learning
Hull Curriculum Project, including digital timeline and local history resources

Maxine Beuret, Artist
Hastings Cultural Heritage and Art Trail

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