Heritage Dot 2.0

Ambition, Access and Added Value

The second Heritage Dot conference will take place online on 22 March 2023.

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In 2023, the University of Lincoln is hosting the second Heritage Dot Conference with the support of the National Lottery Heritage Fund and other partners, exploring digital horizons in relation to cultural heritage. Heritage Dot will offer a platform for sharing, challenging, disrupting and interrogating what digital heritage is and does across professional, academic and community sectors with interests in heritage.

2019’s inaugural conference exploredPartnerships, Participation and Platforms.

2023’s online conference will consider Ambition, Access & Added Value.

Headline Contributors

Josie Fraser

Head of Digital, The National Lottery Heritage Fund
Closing Plenary: Invited Speaker

Eilish McGuinness

Chief Executive, The National Lottery Heritage Fund
Welcome Session Invited Speaker

Roberta Beattie

Tech Champion for Digital Accessibility, Arts Council England
Closing Plenary: Invited Speaker

Professor Abigail Woods

Pro Vice Chancellor & Head of College of Arts, University of Lincoln
Welcome Session Invited Speaker

Matthew Cock

Chief Executive, VocalEyes
Keynote Panellist

Uzma Johal MBE

Chief Executive, Threshold
Keynote Panellist

Highlights & Moments: #HDot 2019

Image credits: Alessandro Pesaro

22nd March 2023

Heritage Dot brings together practitioners and researchers, to identify key challenges and opportunities, showcase innovation, and explore collaboration in the digital heritage sector.

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