2020-admin news, newsletter

Infrastructure Projects and Community Engagement- #HeritageChat

The 17 January #HeritageChat explored how infrastructure projects can be used to connect communities with place. Discussions focused on how communities can take a leading role in interpretation and be involved in post-excavation research, and what problems ‘client confidentiality’ poses to community engagement. Read the summary here.

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2020-admin news, newsletter

Call for Questions- 17th Jan #HeritageChat

Our next Heritage Chat will take place on Thursday the 17th of January (13.00-14.00) and will explore how infrastructure projects can be used to connect communities with place. Please add any questions that you’d like to see discussed in the chat on our GoogleDoc before early next week. We will then share the questions that will be used during the chat through @HeritageChat and …

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Collaborative Working in the Historic Environment #HeritageChat

In our December #HeritageChat, participants explored how the impact of collaborative working can be maximised in the historic environment. Topics discussed included the key attributes that are needed for successful collaboration and what the common challenges are in the historic environment when trying to work together. Attention also turned to how we can effectively measure the impact of collaboration and …

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