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Tuesday 19th November
Highlights from Museums Association Conference
This month we have our very own Joseph Sivell fresh on his return from the Museums Association conference held in Liverpool. He's be giving a variation on the workshop jointly presented with Linda Spurdal titled 'The pros and cons of multi-user technology'. He'll also be reporting back on the hot topics and exciting development presented this year at the conference. Perfect, if you weren't able to spend two days up in Liverpool this year.
As usual there will be usual fantastic networking opportunities, delicious CAKE and the first details of our end-of-year Christmas CAKE session!
Given the wide and diverse range of academics, businesses, students and Heritage organisations working collaboratively on the DHD project, we will be hosting free monthly “cake” (Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange) mornings to showcase current developments, discuss funding opportunities and tackle current challenges. Plus - there will be cake!
You can access printable directions and a map by going to our University web page HERE .
If you have any special requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0121 414 9153.
If you would like to present or show a demonstration please contact Nadia Wood, Project Manager at email@example.com or 0121 414 9153.
For details of the January 2013 cake morning please click here
For details of the February 2013 cake morning please click here
For details of the March 2013 cake morning please click here
For details of the April 2013 cake morning please click here
The Digital Heritage Demonstrator Project is supported by:
When & Where
Chowen and Garfield Weston Foundation Prototyping Hall, Ground Floor, ERI Building
University of Birmingham, Pritchatts Road, Edgbaston
Tuesday, November 19, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (GMT)
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The University of Birmingham offers expertise in the field of Digital Humanities. Further information can be found at http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/digitalhumanitiesforum/index.aspx