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Digitising collections

This is a free online resource collection for heritage professionals that brings the collective intelligence of the sector together in one place, by you, for you.

Image courtesy of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies CC BY-SA.

Resources

A Positive Post-Pandemic: More Engagement, Bigger Audiences, Better Accessibility
A memorial sculpture in Manchester dedicated to those that worked at Bradford Pit ― subject of one of Working Class Movement Library's online talks.
Case studies

A Positive Post-Pandemic: More Engagement, Bigger Audiences, Better Accessibility

Banishing the backlog with digital volunteers
Image courtesy of Museum of East Anglian Life ©
Webinars and films

Banishing the backlog with digital volunteers

Image of bowl with We will not have home rule written at the bottom.
We will not have home rule bowl. From the ‘Dividing Ireland’ exhibition. Image courtesy of Tower Museum ©
Case studies

Revealing hidden collections through digital engagement

Image of a steam train No. 46203.
Image courtesy of Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust ©
Case studies

Using digital collections to educate, inform and motivate

Working with digitised collections — efficient workflows
Image by Kaleidico on Unsplash.
Webinars and films

Working with digitised collections — efficient workflows

Working with digitised collections — format options
Image courtesy Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies CC BY-SA
Webinars and films

Working with digitised collections — format options

Working with digitised collections — shaping stories
Image courtesy of Big Pit National Coal Museum © National Museum Wales
Webinars and films

Working with digitised collections — shaping stories

Working with digitised collections — the raw material
Image courtesy of Jewish Museum London © Nam Tran, potter in residence, on the pottery wheel during Shaping Ceramics exhibition, 2017.
Webinars and films

Working with digitised collections — the raw material

The Digital Heritage Lab is a project managed by the Arts Marketing Association (AMA) in partnership with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy, One Further and the Collections Trust and funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative. It is a free programme for small and medium sized heritage organisations seeking to develop their digital capabilities and capacity.