Deep Impact: demonstrating the value of social history collections

Riverside Museum, Glasgow and National Mining Museum, Newtowngrange, Scotland 26 & 27 June 2014

The conference programme can be downloaded here

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Audio Recordings

We recorded some of the presentations during the 2014 SHCG conference. You can download audio recordings of these presentations below.

Embedding Community Engagement

A discussion panel with Mark O’Neill, Niki Smith, Lawrence Fitzgerald, Chris Jamieson
(Glasgow Life)


Measuring the value of social history in museums: some reflections from public policy

Dave O'Brien. City University, London

(This presentation was given online and as a result, the audio of this recording was affected slightly by being recorded through the speakers)

Coal Not Dole: Exploring the impact of the miners strike through partnership working

Jemma Conway, Experience Barnsley; Barnsley Arts, Museums and Archives

Community collectors: partipation in Information Age

Jen Kavanagh, Science Museum

#Bristol At Home: Exploring Contemporary Collecting via Social Media

Helen McConnell, Bristol Museums, Galleries and Archives