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Developing a Strategy for Engaging Visitors

3 November, 2016, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

The first in a series of free events for SMEs, hosted by The University of Nottingham’s Digital Humanities Centre

This series of free workshops is suitable for those working in arts, culture and heritage organisations who are interested in developing new strategies for engaging their visiting audiences using digital technologies.

Workshop 1 is open for registrations now. Details about Workshop 2, which will take place in April 2017, will be published in due course, but expressions of interest are welcome now.

Workshop 1: Developing a Strategy for Engaging Visitors

In this first workshop, aimed at professionals from arts, culture and heritage organisations, we will introduce good and bad examples of using technologies to engage visitors, from handheld devices to interactive kiosks, and explain what is needed for the development of a successful digital engagement strategy. The participants will work through a set of exercises and learn how to make the right choices when matching options for new technology-enabled visiting experiences to the needs and capabilities of their institutions and the expectations of their visitors.


Register now via the Eventbrite page or contact matt.davies@nottingham.ac.uk / 0115 9513191 for more information.

Workshop 2: Creating a Compelling Visitor Experience

Scheduled for April 2017. Pre-register your interest by contacting matt.davies@nottingham.ac.uk / 0115 9513191.


3 November, 2016
9:30 am - 3:30 pm


The University of Nottingham


Broadway Cinema
14-18 Broad Street
Nottingham, NG1 3AL United Kingdom
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