History UK is sponsoring a panel at the inaugural Heritage Dot conference, to be held at Lincoln on 3-4 June 2019. The conference is hosted by the University of Lincoln, Imperial War Museums, and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Our panel, Digital Heritage in the University History Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges, involves the following speakers:
- Katherine Fennelly, “Teachable moments from teaching digital heritage”
- Charles West, “Wikipedia and the Ivory Tower: a postcard from the classroom”
- Kelly Foster, “The potential of “radical sharing”: ethics and equity in Open GLAM in the UK”
For further information visit the conference website.