Knowledge Exchange #DLNET & #docollaboration

The tail end of last week was committed to knowledge exchange and looking at how digital can be harnessed to enhance museum learning experiences. #DLNET On Thursday I trouped off to the V&A for a Digital Learning Network conference. This was my first contact with this particular group, I was drawn to their conference as […]

Museums Beyond the Web, November 2014

On Friday 8th November I attended the annual Museums Computer Group Conference, this year’s theme, Museums Beyond the Web. Held in the Natural History Museum in London, this was a fitting location as the museum is currently embarking on a digital transformation, introducing public Wi-Fi, developing significant mobile content, and digitising a large portion of […]

Developing an Audience Research Approach

Last Friday, 45 delegates descended on the Ashmolean Museum for a one day conference on Understanding Audiences. I’ll post a full round up of the event shortly, but this time I presented, sharing our experience at the Oxford University Museums of starting from scratch with a new audience evaluation system. Where we were pre-2012 Previously, […]