Exploring the potential of digital technology in the interpretation of the past, Limerick, 19 November (Seminar)

Posted: Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Exploring the potential of digital technology in the interpretation of the past will bring together experts in the field at the Hunt Museum, Limerick on Thursday 19 November 2015. It will showcase projects where digital technologies have been used to facilitate archiving, learning and interactivity in museums, cultural and heritage sites.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Karolina Badzmierowska - PhD Candidate in, Digital Humanities & Art History at Trinity College
Katie Blackwood & Aisling Conroy - NIVAL
Emma Clarke - Outreach Coordinator, Letters of 1916
Laura Maye & Dominique Bouchard - Mesch: Loupe Project at the Hunt Museum
Danielle O'Donovan - Irish Heritage Trust
Keith Smith - Discovery Programme

Click here for full details and bookings on their website