Peer2Peer: Digital Innovation for Small Museums
Monday, 25 April 2016 from 13:00 to 16:00 (BST)
The Peer2Peer (P2P) series of networking opportunities enables staff and volunteers from museums and heritage organisations of all shapes and sizes from all over Kent & Medway, to get together and share their experiences of a particular topic.
The format of these sessions is always the same: it starts with a small number of museums giving a short informal presentation or talk on their experiences, tips, recommendations, ponderings, ideas, requests on the specific topic. Discussions after each short presentation will be held so that others can ask questions or bounce ideas off each other. The session draws to a close with a general networking opportunity - this is where you can seek out that person you've been meaning to talk to, chat with them about a great idea you've had for a project or partnership working, and don't forget to exchange contact details!
The session is informal; teas, coffees, biccies, cake and a sense of humour are a must!
DIGITAL INNOVATION FOR SMALL MUSEUMS
1.00 Arrival and Welcome (a small lunch will be provided)
2.00 Ian Tittley, Chair of Herne Bay Museum Trust will welcome you to the museum, (how we started, where we are now).
2.30 Alan Porter, Trustee, will present the 'Tardis Project', a SEMDP-funded project that is exploring simple, cheap and affected ways to use digital initiatives to improve enagement opportunities for museum visitors.
3.00 General discussion, Q&A
3.40 Closing remarks
Joanna Low, Museum Development Officer, South East Museum Development Programme
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