Digital Heritage Lab
Digital Skills Day
Thursday 10 June @ 10am-5pm
This practical one-day online training event will help you and your organisation build upon the digital skills you’ve developed throughout the Digital Heritage Lab; to help you better engage with your audiences, and to attract new and diverse audiences both online and offline.
Digital Skills Day is free as part of the Digital Heritage Lab and is for anyone working or volunteering for a small to medium sized UK-based heritage organisation.
We are currently in the process of programming the Digital Skills Day which will include one plenary session followed by five breakout sessions and networking opportunities throughout the day. We will continue to update the event timetable as sessions and speakers are confirmed.
― Opening session ― Welcome to Digital Skills Day
― Plenary session ― How to develop a digital strategy that works for your organisation
11:15am-12pm ― Session 1
― Breakout sessions on analytics and storytelling
12:15pm-1pm ― Session 2
― Breakout sessions on websites – user experience and functionality
1:30pm-1:50pm ― Networking session
― Opportunity to network with people working or volunteering in organisations similar to your own
2pm-2:45pm ― Session 3
― Breakout sessions on emails – automation and using emails more effectively
3pm-3:45pm ― Session 4
― Breakout sessions with the focus on volunteers
4pm-4:45pm ― Session 5
― Breakout sessions focusing on social media
Event Terms and Conditions:
- The AMA will make every effort to deliver the programme and timetable for the event as described but reserves the right to make any necessary changes and will notify delegates accordingly.
- It is the delegate’s responsibility to ensure they have the necessary technical resources to participate fully in the online training. We will also provide further guidance on Hopin closer to the event.
- The AMA takes no responsibility for technical failure caused by faulty or inadequate equipment provided by the delegate or delegate user error.
- In the unlikely case that this online training event is cancelled by the AMA, all delegates will be notified via email.
Digital Heritage Lab is a project managed by the Arts Marketing Association (AMA) in partnership with Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy/Cause4, One Further and the Collections Trust and is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Digital Skills for Heritage initiative.