Symposium 2013

The Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium and Exhibition was held on 16th December 2013 at DeMontfort University in Leicester.


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Schedule for the day :

9.20 – 9.50 : Registration

9.50 – 1.15: Presentations

11.15 : Q and A and Coffee Break

1.00 – 1.15 : Q and A

1.15 – 2.30 : Lunch and Exhibition (see list of exhibitors below)

2.30 – 4.45 : Parallel Sessions, Workshops and Leicester Tours (TBC)

Session A

Session B

Session C

3.30 Coffee Break

4.45 – 5.15 : Closing Discussion and End

Exhibitors :

  • Share Academy – Building sustainable cross-sector partnerships between universities and the U K heritage sector, University College London
  • Leeds Stories of the Great War, University of Leeds
  • Digital Building Heritage Group, De Monfort University
  • Multimedia Research Group, De Monfort University
  • 3D Printing for Heritage, De Monfort University
  • Glossopoly- a game based on and for use in community research, University of Leicester
  • Writing Our History Digging Our Past Phase 2, University of Nottingham
  • Trade and Traffic on the Trent since 1850, University of Nottingham
  • Nottingham’s Green Open Spaces project, University of Nottingham
  • Connected Communities Heritage Network Project, De Monfort University, University of Nottingham and University of Hertfordshire.
  • Researching Community Heritage: Portals to the Past, University of Sheffield.


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