Thank you, thank you, thank you for a great #EDCR206

I wanted to thank all of you (in no particular order) for such a great two days full of high-quality papers, workshops and lively discussions):

  • ScotDigiCH partners
  • Programme Committee members
  • Authors of Papers and Abstracts
  • all participants to the two days on 12 and 13 Dec
  • all the tweeters and followers from all over the world who couldn’t make it to Glasgow
  • our funders The Royal Society of Edinburgh
  • the ScotDigiCH Research Assistant Dr Rosie Spooner for all the hard work
  • Admin Support Staff at both the School of Humanities and The Hunterian
  • Kelvin Hall front house & catering staff and Venue Manager Jade Graham
  • our volunteers current and graduate HATII Museum Studies students: Maria Simou, Anne Roche, Alessandra Ceglia, Lynn Verschuren, Leigh-Ann Todd, Natasha Muirhead
  • the Audio-Visual & Video-Conference team (and particularly James Matthew)
  • the Media Unit staff
  • My Hunterian & HATII colleagues, and in particular Dr Johanna Green for storify, tweets and overall social media skills and wisdom
  • Mark O’Neill from Glasgow Life for such an inspiring and thought-provoking public talk
View the story “International Symposium Evaluating Digital Cultural Resources (EDCR2016) organised by The Scottish Network on Digital Cultural Resources Evaluation” based on some of the tweets exchanged about EDCR2016 on Storify:


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