Engaging with digital technologies
A selection of downloadable resources and advice about engaging with digital technologies.
Digital Technology in Heritage Projects
This guidance is designed to help you think about an application to HLF for a project which uses digital technology. Read the full report here.
Digital R and D Fund for the Arts
This downloadable PDF provides a comprehensive guide and toolkit into instigating any digital project. Providing in-depth advice about digital project management.
Download the Making digital Work: digital toolkit for arts and culture
Thirty8digital Online Resources
Thirty8Digital offer a wide range of free online resources. In particular they have templates and advice on creating a digital strategy, using social media platforms and analysing web performance. they are easy to use and apply to any scale organisation.
Visit their site for all downloadable resources.
Collections Trust: Licensing Digital Content to Create Revenue webinar
Using examples of good practice, and with an emphasis on digital content, this webinar will focus on:
- How museums can manage Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) within a Collections Management Framework, to make better use of their collections
- How licensing can provide opportunities for creative use of the collection, including the generation of income.
Collections Trust: Digital Benchmarks for the Culture Sector
The Collections Trust has developed a free Excel-based Digital Benchmarking Tool for you to use in evaluating your digital strengths and weaknesses. Building on projects like the EU-funded ENUMERATE, and the fantastic Let’s Get Real research from Culture24, our aim is to provide you with a simple self assessment tool to step back, look at where you are in your use of technology, and think about the areas that you need to prioritise.
Download the Digital Benchmarks for the Culture Sector Tool
The Digital Engagement Framework
The Digital Engagement Framework is a tool to develop digital and online engagement strategies for organisations and projects. It’s a structured set of questions that provide the building blocks for a successful engagement strategy.
Download the Digital Engagement Framework