As a leading Digital Transformation consultant, Hannah’s blended approach of using digital information systems, participatory action research, design thinking and creative practices is being applied on Durham University’s Designing for Creativity and Innovation in Informal Science Learning project. The multidisciplinary researcher/practitioner project is based at Newcastle’s Life Science Centre. It has input from external researchers from Durham University’s Department of Anthropology and academics in the fields of digital humanities, and information systems, as well as input from practitioners at the Centre with expertise in design and in informal science learning and education. Hannah was awarded Honorary Fellow status in 2016 by Durham University as a result of this work, which has its own website at Creativescienceatlife.com.
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland recently completed a Digital:Transformation Approach journey, and are seeing increased global recognition and interest in their work; more student engagement in digital skills – which gives them tools to help with going professional; and new opportunities to offer their world class teaching to new online audiences:
The University of Sunderland asked Rudman Consulting to develop a provocation and options paper to present research and options for their Digital Transformation.