Mark the Day for our International Symposium on Evaluating Digital Cultural Resources (EDCR 2016) on 12th and 13th Dec 2016 at the newly reopened and refurbished Kelvin Hall in Glasgow.
Aimed at both researchers and cultural heritage professionals, the event will provide an opportunity to bring together the main issues, questions and findings raised over the course of the network and its previous activities.
Check the details of the programme at the symposium page: https://scotdigich.wordpress.com/events/symposium/
Deadline for submitting proposals is Friday, 7 October 2016
Registration to the symposium will be free of charge but participants will need to register through Eventbrite.
The programme will include a public lecture on the afternoon of the 12th December by Dr Mark O’Neill, Director for Policy and Research at Glasgow Life.
The symposium will also include an open evening dedicated to exploring the digital collections at Kelvin Hall one of Glasgow’s iconic landmarks (pictured above).