Dr Hannah Rudman has just joined SRUC. She is Senior Challenge Research Fellow & Data Policy Lead. Hannah’s digital and data innovation applied research and development work is grounded in interdisciplinary Participatory Action Research, which is practice-led rather than practice-based, and typically helps to create actionable knowledge with participants. Its about working out how digital tools and data […]
The core idea of a Digital Public Space is that it could give everyone, everywhere, unrestricted access to an open resource of culture and knowledge. This vision has emerged from ideas around building platforms for engagement around cultural archives, but has the potential to become something much wider. This masterclass helps you to learn a […]
Thanks to the brilliant Culture24 for sharing the outcomes and insights and tools of their latest 2013 action research project. Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAMs!) worked together to share experiences and exercises in understanding and measuring levels of digital engagement.
These reflections by Kenneth Cukier of The Economist, were published in The Guardian Media Professionals Network by Adam Davidi on Friday 12 April 2013: “Can you tell us a little bit about your role as data editor for The Economist? The position is a new one, but it stems from the idea that the new […]
This November 2012 Nesta report by Hasan Bakhshi and Juan Mateos-Garcia introduces the idea that the internet economy is growing, and so is the amount of data that it generates. Are UK businesses making the most of this data to innovate and grow? Or are they missing out on the opportunities of online data? A […]
The current approach to the use of data in the cultural sector is out-of-date and inadequate, suggests this February 2013 Nesta report by Anthony Lilley and Professor Paul Moore. “The sector as a whole and the policy and regulatory bodies which oversee it are already failing to make the most of the considerable financial and […]