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Lessons learned after a year of doing digital

The digital agency Substrakt organised a roundtable to reflect on the different ways organisations have responded during the Covid-19 pandemic. They gathered a range of industry professionals from various organisations across the UK, USA and Canada to share their own experiences using digital in new ways, on the new ideas generated, and on the things ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Case studies

Podcast: Julianne McGraw – taking Scotland’s digs digital

Hannah Mason, Head of Social Entrepreneur Support, Creative United talks to Julianne McGraw, Communications Manger, Dig It! Scotland about taking Scotland’s digs digital and how they adapted their campaign strategy, including the web pages marketing, budget and social media activity to support archaeology groups across the country during lockdown.


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Podcasts

Webinar: Covid-19: “The great unequaliser?”

Is the pandemic the catalyst the sector needs to build a more equal future? What questions should we be asking and how can we accelerate the pace of change?


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Research

Working with digitised collections — efficient workflows

In this fourth and final Digital Heritage Lab online workshop on digitising collections, Kevin Gosling from the Collections Trust explores how to create your online content as efficiently as possible, not least so that it can be re-used for other projects in the future. Kevin looks at Spectrum guidance on using collections and thinking about ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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A guide to running digital heritage wellbeing projects

Engagement with heritage can have a hugely positive impact on our physical, social and mental wellbeing. Based on their learning and experience during their successful project ‘Lost and Found’,  Wessex Archaeology have created a guide to help you prepare and deliver a digital heritage wellbeing project.


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Guide/tools

Working with digitised collections — format options

Just as a physical exhibition might involve many different interpretive techniques, in this Digital Heritage Lab webinar recording, Kevin Gosling from the Collections Trust looks at the many different ways you might present your stories online to help you decide which approaches would be best for your project. He provides ideas on the various formats ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Webinars and films

Working with digitised collections — shaping stories

The key to digital storytelling is to forget the word ‘digital’. In this Digital Heritage Lab webinar recording Kevin Gosling from the Collections Trust helps you think about the stories you might tell with your collections, and how to select, test and refine them so they really engage your target audiences. Kevin provides ideas on ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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Creating digital content for children and families

Covid-19 has made creating digital content become crucial to reach and engage family audiences. This handy guide by Kids in Museums is packed with advice, tips and links to further resources to plan and create digital content that works for a family audience.


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Guide/tools

A magician's hat and wand

Creating intimate spaces to make your digital content accessible #DigitalLab

Jumoke Abdullahi, The Tripple Cripples, discusses her role as a Mentor at the AMA Digital Lab and identifies different pockets of magic to make digital content accessible.


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Article

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A Musical Renaissance? #DigitalLab

Ruth Hopkins, Director, K’antu Ensemble seizes the opportunity to explore new ways of working online as part of her Fellowship at Digital Lab.


Published: 2020/21 | Resource type: Article

Reflections on going viral #DigitalLab

Joanne Karcheva, Head of Marketing and Communications,  Manchester Collective, shares her experiments and how to make genuine engagement between musicians and audiences. Part of her Fellowship at Digital Lab.


Published: 2020/21 | Resource type: Article

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Furloughed – out of office and Deepening relationships with targeted newsletter content #DigitalLab

Daina Heaton, Administration and Communications, Create Sheffield navigates furlough and takes a deep dive into creating newsletters that increase engagement. Part of her Fellowship at Digital Lab.


Published: 2020/21 | Resource type: Article

Out of the woods: Engaging new audiences #DigitalLab

Sophie Brown, Marketing Officer, Watts Gallery  uses her time as a Fellow at The Audience Diversity Academy to give a voice to a wider audience through their digital channels.


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Article

Webinar: What is the value of online cultural engagement?

What does meaningful digital engagement look like and does it change the way we value culture? What can we learn from organisations that have found different ways to engage with audiences and communities, and what is emerging research telling us about new ways of creating value?


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Webinars and films

Heritage Open Days at Hereford Cathedral Sept 2020

Digital audience engagement during a heritage project … and a pandemic

In March 2020 Hereford Cathedral had just embarked upon the public engagement phase of their Eastern Cloisters Project (ECP) when the impact of COVID-19 meant that all their planned work had to be cancelled. In this case study,  Abby Jones explains how the cathedral adopted a new digital approach to their audience engagement activities including ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Case studies

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Creating online content for fundraising

As people rapidly scroll down their screens, how do you attract attention for your fundraising ask and then convince enough people to respond and give? In this webinar recording Howard Lake shares practical tips on the kind of content that charities and arts organisations have achieved success with and what others can try on web, ... Read more


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Webinars and films

Social media essentials

In this Digital Heritage Lab webinar recording Annie Andoh provides an introduction to the essentials of developing a social media strategy — how to plan and create content that will help your organisation flourish on various social media platforms. With case studies for inspiration, Annie explains the strengths of the main platforms — Facebook, Twitter ... Read more


Published: 2021 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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Digital Audience Development

This webinar recording is one of four Digital Heritage Lab webinars that took place in April and May 2020 to provide free support to small and medium sized heritage organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar Chris Unitt looks at the digital aspects of audience development and the development of digital audiences.


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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Broadening your Online Engagement

This webinar recording is one of four Digital Heritage Lab webinars that took place in April and May 2020 to provide free support to small and medium sized heritage organisations during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar Chris Unitt give tips and tactics on how to develop your online engagement more broadly, and looks at ... Read more


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Webinars and films

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Lockdown Learning: #2 The role of digital engagement in place-based projects

Creative People and Places in Lockdown: responses and learning is a short series of  five case studies that explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on CPP projects and how they responded. Each of the five case studies will explore a different theme. Kathryn Welch looks back on what ‘s been learned through this intense ... Read more


Published: 2020 | Resource type: Case studies