Based on regular consultation with families about what they want to see from museum and heritage sites Jocelyn Murdoch, Content and Communications Manager at Kids in Museums outlines top tips to communicate your offer. First published on the Cultural Content newsletter of digital specialists One Further.
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1. Introduction The digital tools and platforms used for online events and activities have helped to break down barriers for visitors and audiences to engage with heritage organisations. Barriers such as geographic location, how easy it is to get into a space, or timing restrictions can be overcome through digital participation. Many historical spaces struggle … Read more
This is a small selection of some of the online tools you might want to consider using to support the delivery of your event, including ways to register your attendees and ticket your event, platforms to deliver your event on, and different ways to evaluate your event via online surveys. These examples are to give … Read more
It’s important that your audience can see and hear you or your speakers clearly during an event to keep them engaged and to help your event look as professional as possible. Below is a quick checklist of tips and tricks to help support you with getting the best out of your audio and video during … Read more
This recording has closed captions in both Welsh and English, simply click on the closed captions symbol CC on the video below and select your preferred language. This webinar recording is one hour in length. Download transcript of English captions (Word file 50kb). This webinar was produced as part of the Digital Heritage Lab ― … Read more
1. Benefits of online events Over the past two years, online events have been essential for organisations to stay connected with their audiences. During the pandemic, many organisations had to quickly pivot to online activities to remain relevant to their communities, audiences, and visitors. In-person events are steadily returning, and yet many organisations are choosing … Read more
1. Introduction The lockdowns in reaction to the recent pandemic pushed our audiences even further towards online commerce. Expectations around how they interact online with organisations have gone up, and it’s vital that heritage organisations keep pace. When it comes to online transactions, what products should be available through your online shop? How can you … Read more
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 Emma Forward looks at: types of eCommerce products; overview of the main eCommerce platforms; how to attract customers; … Read more
As museums look to generate revenue through virtual initiatives, Cuseum highlight six ideas to consider from online events to virtual membership. Tailored for museums across the US but useful wherever you work and whatever part of the sector.
This guidance has been compiled in partnership between the Culture, Health & Wellbeing Alliance, Arts Marketing Association, 64million Artists, and Real Ideas. It is designed to support anyone working online. It covers two areas: a general guide to meeting online, and how to make the space as welcoming and safe as possible; and online safeguarding … Read more