Digital Heritage is an annual conference hosted by the Centre for Digital Heritage. This year theme is 'Digital Communities in Action' and we have a wide range of presentations each dealing with the role of communities and concepts of community in Digital Heritage research.
Please Note: The conference will begin at 9.30am with a welcoming address. The keynote will now begin at 9.45am
Registration is open and the programme for the event has been announced. Take a look at the 'programme' tab below for more information or download a copy of the programme here: Digitial Heritage 2014 Timetable (PDF , 430kb)
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Registration: Registration is now open
Registration for Digital Heritage is now open.
Registration fees include lunch and access to a wine reception following the conference.
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Digital Heritage 2014 - Programme
A PDF version of this programme can be downloaded here: Digitial Heritage 2014 Timetable (PDF , 430kb)
9.00 - Coffee & Exhibition
9.30 - Welcome to Digital Heritage 2014
9.45 - Catherine Clarke - You are here: medieval heritage and the modern city
10.15 - Laura King & Jamie Stark - Experiencing the Digital World: The Cultural Value of Digital Engagement with Heritage
10.30 - Olle Sköld & Lisa Börjesson- An Interest in the Intangible? Ontology and Methods of Documentation in Game Preservation Research
10.45 - Sanna Wicks - The Value of Mobile Apps in Heritage Interpretation and the Superficial Engagement of Digital Communities
11.00 - Mark Gibbs - How can gaming be used in Museum Education? What new audiences can it create, and what new communities does it link up?
11.15 - Q & A
11.30 - Coffee & Exhibition
12.00 - Areti Damala - Forging memorable and multisensory museum visiting experiences: tangible interaction, co-design, digital fabrication and Do-It-Yourself approaches
12.15 - Lorna Cruickshanks - Talking Objects
12.30 - Cressida Fford - Repatriation and the Challenges of Cross-Cultural Informatics
12.45 - Sarah Colley - Using video to support public access to digital research data
13.15 - Q & A
13.30 - Lunch & Exhibition
14.15 - Catriona Cooper - Auralization at Ightham Mote
14.30 - Gavin Kearney - On Audio-Visual Immersion in 3-D Digital Heritage Presentations
14.45 - Tom Miles - Enriching content through Sound Connections: The Europeana Creative Social Networks Pilot
15.00 - Douglas Cawthorne - Values and Expectations in Community Digital Building Heritage
15.15 - Q & A
15.30 - Coffee & Exhibition
16.00 - Mhairi Maxwell - The ACCORD Project (Archaeology- Community Co-Design and Co-production of Research Data)
16.15 - Sara Perry - Cultivating democracy and good citizenship via digital visualisation in archaeology
16.30 - Carrie Heitman - Facilitating Communities of Collaboration: A Case Study from the American Southwest
16.45 - Gareth Beale - Digital Imaging, Heritage and Participation at Basing House
17.00 - Lorna Richardson - Digital Activism, Digital Volunteerism
17.15 - Q & A
18.00 - Wine Reception