There are many people whose problem involves some kind of educational/digital character, but who don ’ t have a network and depend on colleagues and cozy relationships to share information about modern developments. DLNET aims to help join these people up and share information that can help – be that ideas, plan updates, case studies and reviews. Members range in feel from the founder to the skilled practitioner, and ideas and best practice are shared via :
The mind of the Digital Learning Network, or DLNET for short, is to go back to basics and get people talking about engineering and teach in museums, archives and libraries. originally formed as the Elearning Group in 2002 the Digital Learning Network has 10 years of know of supporting people in museums, libraries and archives in their work using digital technology in memorize .
The DLNET Committee Members
- Helen Adams
- Stuart Berry
- David Cree
- Frances Jeens
- Sean Macmillan
- Lisa Peter
- Sian Shaw
Sian Shaw, DLNET Chair
Digital Learning Manager, Westminster Abbey xian is the Digital Learning Manager at Westminster Abbey. In this character, she has developed a digital determine broadcast from start for the 1,000-year-old church, which is designed to help students, teachers and families engage with the Abbey, regardless of their location. xian is a University of Leicester Museum Studies MA alum, volunteers as a GEM mentor, and has previously worked on vane contentedness for the british Library ’ south Learning team a well as assorted roles at Tes ( Times Educational Supplement ) Resources. xian is interested in the manipulation of digital as a memorize and engagement joyride for audiences, angstrom well as the development of digital confidence for all inheritance professionals .
Find xian on Twitter, @ SianLShaw
Stuart D. Berry, Committee Member (#DLNETChat)
cultural Coordinator, PLANED, Pembrokeshire Stuart works for community development charity, PLANED, based in Pembrokeshire in South West Wales. His function combines working with grass-roots community-run cultural activity, with Local Authority, National Park and National Museum provision in the area .
Stuart ’ s career in museums and inheritance started in 1999, working for museum services in Sheffield and Gloucester before spending nine years working for the National Coal Mining Museum for England, in Wakefield. Stuart has spent time as a mercenary museum adviser and besides worked as an english Teacher in Taiwan .
He is concerned in looking at ways that digital technology can enhance the ways that audiences can engage with cultural contentedness, whether on-site, in a venue, in the landscape or from the consolation of home .
Find Stuart on Twitter : @ stuartdberry
Lisa Peter, Committee Member
Lisa Peter works in the Learning Department at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, with a especial concentrate on external audiences and projects. She delivers workshops to school groups, university students and adult learners at the Shakespeare Centre, and she manages lyric apprentice programmes and teacher prepare sessions. As a tech-curious educator, Lisa is besides heavily involved in the digital outreach programmes at the Trust, having co-created MOOCs, online teacher train courses, and produced survive broadcasts, and she is presently overseeing the transition of all programmes to a digital-first delivery model. Lisa is besides co-director of Midland Creative Projects, a project management consultancy in the arts and cultural sector .
You can get in refer with Lisa on chitter ( @ EleanorPe ) .
David Cree, Committee Member
Learning Enabler, National Museums Scotland
David works for National Museums Scotland, in Edinburgh as a Learning Enabler. His function includes on gallery eruditeness with families and adults, equally well as progamming and give birth schools workshops and community employment program. He has worked for diverse museums across Edinburgh and the Lothians since 2013, in front of house and education roles before his post at NMS .
David studied Ancient History and Classical Archaeology at Edinburgh which meant spending a lot of clock learning in museums which kicked off a mania for museum education. David has been involved in digital teach projects since starting at NMS and is particularly concerned in using engineering to increase approachability and engagement in learning across audiences .
When not working, David can normally be found hunched over a desk painting orcs or getting drookit out bicycle .
Sean Macmillan, Committee Member
Sean Macmillan is an Archivist presently based at the University of London. His previous roles include the University of Oxford, Liverpool Hope University, public libraries, and private estate of the realm working on a valuable personal archive. These roles gave him fantastic discipline and the opportunity to learn from some fantastic professionals. In his own time Sean is developing an synergistic resource for managing his cognition of digital preservation ( see : hypertext transfer protocol : //www.dpconline.org/blog/sean-macmillan-dapp-blog ). He besides manage an education YouTube channel for information professionals, including a video about emerging technologies .
Feel rid to add me on LinkedIn ; follow me on Twitter ( The Pragmatic Archivist ) and watch my YouTube television .
Helen Adams, Committee Member
Digital Engagement Lead, GLAM, University of Oxford
Helen ’ mho function as Digital Engagement Lead spans the six Gardens, Libraries and Museums ( GLAM ) at the University of Oxford, helping to lead projects, embed data-led practice and achieve systematically high-quality outputs and services generated through digitised collections and message. She has extensive experience of leading gallery improvements, interpretation, digital and community employment projects, arsenic well as audience research and evaluation at the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford Martin School, Barnet Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She is besides a trustee of the National Paralympic Heritage Trust – a digital-first constitution. Helen is interested in digital as a entail for storytelling and inclusion, and for sharing cognition within the sector .
Find Helen on Twittee : @ HelAdams