Thursday, April 04, 2019: 6:30pm - 7:30pm

"Teaching Critical Thinking through Art with the National Gallery of Art," a next generation MOOC on the edX platform
- Deborah Howes, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Turning Collections into Conversations: Annotating the Social Welfare History Image Portal
- Alice Campbell, Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries, USA

Expanding Access to Non-Sighted Visitors: An Innovative and Easy-to-Build Audio Device for Any Museum
- David Francis, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, USA

A case study in making museum handling objects using photogrammetry
- Kenna Hernly, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Reimagining the Audio Tour for Levinthal’s War, Myth, Desire
- Kate Meyers Emery, George Eastman Museum, USA

What can I find in your digital archive? Surfacing content for researchers.
- Jill Arnold, Michigan History Center, USA, Eric Holter, Cuberis, USA, Rachel Clark, Michigan History Center, USA, Sara Gross, Michigan History Center, USA

GLAMorous Folk : putting audiences at the heart of the University of Oxford GLAM's digital strategy
- Helen Adams, GLAM, University of Oxford, UK

Web umenia: online collections for the many
- Michal Čudrnák, Slovak National Gallery, Slovakia

Using social media data for practical research: Analysing the #Nymphgate event at the Manchester Art Gallery
- Maria Arias, University of Manchester, UK