The DLNET conference 23 March 2020 has been postponed
As a consequence of the Coronavirus situation, we are postponing the event planned for 23 March 2020 at RIBA. We will be in touch again when we have a new date for this conference.
Those who have already booked will receive refunds.
Monday 23rd March 2020, 10.15 am to 3.30 pm
What’s it all about?
Engaging audiences with collections through digital technology and approaches
Who are we?
The Digital Learning Network shares ideas and good practice in using digital technology to support learning in the Cultural Heritage sector.
10.15 am– 10.40 am: Registration and welcome
10.40 am: Speed networking
(Sian Shaw, Digital Learning Manager, Westminster Abbey)
11.05 am : Update on recent digital initiatives
(Alec Ward, Museum Development Officer, Digital and Communications, London Museum Development)
(opportunity to input ideas for #DLNETChat)
11.45 am: Virtual 3D reconstruction of objects from the Medicine Galleries
(Emilia McKenzie, Digital Manager, Learning, Science Museum)
12.10 pm: Live streaming for learning audiences
(Ashley March, Digital Editor (Learning), Museum of London)
12.35 pm: 3D printing in museum learning and outreach – Ideas and methods
(Wilson Yau, Learning Manager, RIBA)
1.00 pm: Lunch and VR exhibition exploration
2.15 pm: Digital upskilling – Why it’s good to upskill across all staff, and an approach to doing this.
(Izzy Bartley, Digital Learning Officer, Leeds Museums and Galleries)
2.40 pm: Session tbc
3.00 pm: Final comments
3.30 pm: Close