In the final part of my notes from the Our Digital Future event, my notes from Mark Stevenson’s session on planning digital projects for learning outcomes are below the cut. (incidentally, I did attend the other sessions listed on the programme but didn’t make very substantial notes – do get in touch if you’d like to discuss them though!)
Continuing my notes from the Our Digital Future event, below the cut are my bullet points from a presentation by Paul Vetch on Web 2.0 and content management on a budget.
My employers kindly sent me to the Our Digital Future event back in October, organised by LCACE and hosted by the Centre for Computing in the Humanities at King’s College London. The event was aimed at cultural heritage organisations (museums, libraries and archives) and looked at digital projects and the potential of collaboration. I’m going to use a few posts to put my bullet-point notes from several of the event’s sessions online in case anyone else finds them helpful!
Below the cut are my notes from the presentation on Collaboration given by Simon Tanner, director of King’s Digital Consultancy Services.