Results of a UK Heritage survey focussing on skills in the heritage sector. Respondents were asked about their own skills and levels of confidence in their roles, where they felt there were skills gaps or shortages in their organisations and across the sector, and to what extent heritage organisations are investing in skills.
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Data insight and strategy agency MyCake assesses the journeys of organisations participating on the Heritage Compass programme. The report uses data to help us reflect upon the financial sustainability of heritage organisations. A useful report to check how your organisation compares against the published benchmarks.
This ‘how to’ guide was produced as part of Digitally Democratising Archives (Opening Archives) an action research project, designed and led by The Audience Agency as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage’s Connected Heritage programme. 1. Project background East Riding Archives and Local Studies collect, preserve and make accessible the documented heritage of the … Read more
This vital guidance sets out an ethical framework to support museums, galleries, archives and heritage organisations to realise their potential to create trans-inclusive spaces that foster dignity, equity and belonging. Developed by the University of Leicester’s Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG).
Explore Dr. Mathilde Pavis‘ insightful briefing on the role of AI in the UK heritage sector, commissioned by The National Lottery Heritage Fund. Understand how AI can enhance heritage and collections management, visitor experience, and business operations, while also learning about the potential risks and mitigation strategies.
Results from the 2023 Heritage Pulse survey on the theme of artificial intelligence (AI). The survey questions covered awareness, usage and thoughts on its place in the heritage sector.
Flo Carr, Associate Director, Indigo speaks to Tamalie Newbery, CEO of Brooklands Museum about how much can be achieved through meaningful partnership between organisations with shared values.
Results from the 2023 Heritage Pulse survey on the theme of partnerships. The questions covered attitudes towards sharing information, resources, staffing and volunteers.
Flo Carr, Associate Director, Indigo speaks to Tom Bilson, Head of Digital Media at The Courtauld about the Digitisation Volunteer Project – the largest and most diverse public inclusion project The Courtauld has ever run.
Results from the 2023 Heritage Pulse survey on the theme of volunteering. The questions covered management, retention and the areas where heritage organisations rely on heritage most.