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Updated News 25th July 2018
HMS Caroline
Using Digital Skills to enhance Content & Heritage Interpretation

2018-07-03 # Using Digital Skills On Wednesday 25th July, the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis in conjunction with the Living Legacies 1914-18 project, hosted volunteers from the HMS Caroline, as part of their Heritage Skills Academy. Twelve participants aged between 16 and 19, attended a one-day interactive training day at CDDA where they learned how to employ digital technologies and skills to enhance heritage interpretation and collections/archival content.  Throughout the day, the volunteers were introduced to digital research skills, copyright issues, indexing digital content and using online resources.  The afternoon session on the use of 3D technologies proved to be the most popular, especially creating and using hyper-photographs and Virtual Reality models.  Fantastic feedback was returned on the day, showing the event was very successful.  Some comments from the our participants included: ‘A truly enjoyable day; I look forward to testing out these learned skills’, ‘I learned about the new various ways technology can be used in museums which I hadn’t seen before’ and ‘very interesting and informative day…everyone was very passionate about their areas’.


 

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S.A.S.H Great War Project
2nd July 2018 10am - 4pm
The Spectrum Centre, 331 Shankill Road
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S.A.S.H ‘Great War Project’

‘To Remember is to Honour’

Project Launch and Digital Roadshow Bring your WWI objects and share your stories with the project team. The project invites you to explore your WW1 ancestors, to record and preserve their stories and memorabilia. If you have family letters, photographs, diaries or other objects from the war, please bring them along.

Click here for more infomation.

2018-07-02 # SASH Great War Project - Flyer

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Updated 20th June 2018
Battlebags and Blimps
30th June 2018 11am - 4pm
Carrickfergus Town Hall, Carrickfergus
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Carrickfergus Museum and Living Legacies 1914-1918 invite you to explore your WWI ancestors, to record and preserve their stories and memorabilia for the future. Bring your WWI objects and stories to Carrickfergus Town Hall on 30 June 11am-4pm.

Join us for a day filled with displays and activities, and with our Green Screen, you too can have a photo taken at the Bentra Aerodrome!

T: 028 9335 8241
E: carrickfergusmuseums@midandeastantrim.gov.uk

Click here for the event page on the Antrim council website.

2018-06-30 # Battlebags and blimps‌‌‌

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