Ann Gow: Academia & the Cultural Heritage Sector
collaborative project postgraduate students and early career researchers Arts and Humanities 0pportunities for knowledge exchange With practitioners in academia, museums, archives and libraries, and the voluntary sector
scholarship scheme workshops conference develop skills for PGR and ECR to build networks, reputation and esteem as researchers structured opportunities to learn about social media practice outside own discipline and institution, wide variety of sectors beyond academia.
HATII (Information Studies) Glasgow Life Museum Studies and Information Management Masters Programmes Glasgow Museums Tall Ship Glasgow Digital Humanities
Jillian Ney: Social Media Researcher Matt Barr: Research Development Specialist Tony Pollard: Director of the Centre for Battlefield Archaeology/Senior Lecturer, History Fiona Carmichael: Learning and Access Officer, the Tall Ship #smkeglasgow
Your chance to ask questions, get help, set up twitter Create community from today #smkeglasgow
Using #smkeglasgow Collect all tweets Up until Thursday 29th March Case studies: http://storify.com/ihr_history/social-media- knowledge-exchange-workshop http://storify.com/DigCurV/digcurv- workshop-framing-the-digital-curation-curr