Monthly Archives: May 2008

Conferences on Digital Heritage-related topics

June 2008 Re-imagining the National Museum: Traditional Institutions in an era of technological change. Workshop of Making National Museums (NaMu) University of Leicester, 16-18 June 2008 UK Museums on the Web Conference 2008: Integrate, Federate, Aggregate. Making Collections Connect Online University of Leicester, 19 June 2008 *** July 2008 EVA London 2008. Electronic Visualisation and […]

Blogging about Egypt at the Manchester Museum

Karen Exell, Curator of Egypt and the Sudan at the Manchester Museum has started a blog about the redevelopment of the Egyptology gallery at the museum (to open in 2011). The blog is titled titled Egypt at the Manchester Museum. Karen will be reflecting on the process of consultation and redevelopment of the galleries and […]

Week 11. Podcasts, labels and e-tangibles

Well, its certainly been a busy week on the Digital Heritage course. We’ve been treated to no less than three seminars and two guest speakers. On Tuesday, Sally Olding from The Whitworth Art Gallery described how podcasting has been used in a recent exhibition, while on Wednesday Dr Ross Parry from the University of Leicester […]

Mobile Learning 2008 – Review

IADIS Mobile Learning 2008 – Conference Review by Heloisa Candello Doctoral Candidate, University of Brighton *** Last month I went to the IADIS International Conference on Mobile Learning 2008, which was organized by the International association for Development of the Information Society in Algarve, Portugal during 3 days (April 11/13). We had plenty of time […]