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Workshop – Collaborating Around Collections

Australian cultural institutions hold growing digital collections: a major resource, and a platform for access, engagement and research; they also come with challenges that will require new knowledge, innovative practice, and ongoing investigation. Emerging lab models and collaborative initiatives within the GLAM sector show great promise; so how can universities best work with the GLAM sector to help realise the potential of our digital collections? This one-day workshop aims to support future collaborations through: Understanding what’s already working through cross-sector case studies; Establishing shared aims and agendas for broader collaboration Mapping challenges and opportunities across both sectors Speakers will include: […]

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