Social media for the Scottish cultural heritage sector

21/10/2010 10:00
21/10/2010 16:45

You are warmly invited to an open seminar which will explore the place of social media in Scottish museums, galleries and cultural heritage organisations. This event will offer a snapshot of current social media engagement in Scotland and will explore other exciting developments with user-generated content and digital media across the sector. It will also establish a focus for future workshops and an emerging research agenda for social media and cultural heritage.

All colleagues in the cultural heritage sector are welcome, as are all researchers and practitioners interested in the field of museum and gallery education.

date: 21 October 2010, 10am-4.45pm

venue: Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, National Galleries of Scotland

cost: free of charge, thanks to funding from the Royal Society of Edinburgh

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The event will be held at National Galleries of Scotland, and is hosted by the University of Edinburgh, the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, National Museums Scotland and the National Galleries of Scotland. It is part of a Royal Society of Edinburgh funded project entitled 'The digital futures of cultural heritage education' (


Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, National Galleries of Scotland Edinburgh
United Kingdom
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