Inclusive Digital Museum Innovation Conference

The Inclusive Digital Museum Innovation project team is happy to announce that the ‘Digital Museum Innovation’ conference will be held at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, on 5 July 2023. The Inclusive Digital Museum Innovation is a cross-disciplinary research network between the UCL Institute of Archaeology in the UK and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Culture Technology (KAIST GSCT) in South Korea. It aims to explore inclusive approaches to the digital transformation of collecting institutions. The conference will report as well as build on discussions from the three online workshops of the network which took place in 2022 on Inclusive Digital Innovation and Technology; the Digital Divide; and Technology, Culture and Ethics. The conference will bring professional practitioners and researchers together to exchange ideas and solutions to some of the emerging ideas around digital access, inclusion and innovation. 

Provisional programme:

Wednesday 5 July

  • 2.00-2.30: Registration & coffee/tea
  • 2.30-2.50: Welcome by Theano Moussouri
  • 2.50-3.00: Inclusive Digital Innovation & Technology – key themes & lightning talk by Rafie Cecilia
  • 3.00-3.10: Reflection by Hannah Thomson
  • 3.10-3.25: Digital Divide 1 – key themes & lightning talk by Karam Eum
  • 3.25-3.35: Digital Divide 2 – key themes & lightning talk by Sean Koh
  • 3.35-3.45: Reflection by Hannah Thomson
  • 3.45-3.55: Technology, Culture and Ethics – key themes & lightning talk by Juhee Park
  • 3.55-4.05: Reflection by Hannah Thomson
  • 4.05- 5.00: Tech Petting Zoo
  • 5.00-5.15: Tea/coffee break
  • 5.15-5.40: Conference reflection by Hannah Thomson
  • 5.40-6.00: Day Summary by Rebecca Mileham
  • 6.00-8.00: Drinks reception

Please book your place at the conference


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