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RLUK Digital Shift Forum - John Stack, Science Museum Group

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RLUK’s Digital Shift Forum brings together colleagues to discuss the future of the digital shift in collections, services, and audiences.

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These monthly seminars will include high-profile international speakers, from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions, who are at the forefront of current thinking around the digital shift. They will provide time and space for wide-ranging, inter-disciplinary discussions regarding the future of the digital shift, and will provide a springboard for cross-sector collaboration. Seminars are open and inclusive to all, and you do not need to belong to an RLUK member institution to attend or participate.

Managing digital in a time of accelerating change - John Stack, Digital Director, Science Museum Group

Museums, galleries, libraries and archives operate at their touch points with their audiences. Historically, the museum experience has begun and ended with the entry and exit of a physical visit. In the digital age, digital channels are a component of all visits, and increasingly visits are digital-only experiences.

Digital provides galleries, libraries, archives and museums, new ways to fulfil their missions through increased reach, enhanced experiences and deeper engagement. However, the digital landscape and audience behaviour continues to evolve rapidly presenting the challenge of how to keep up with ever-changing digital technologies and audience expectations. This talk will explore the ways in which digital might be deployed to achieve the right mix of sustainable long-term solutions, and experiments and exploration of emerging technologies.

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This event will be held via Zoom. Attendees will be sent joining details the day before the event, and should check their junk folders if no email is received.

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