Starting out with digital in the heritage sector might seem daunting at first, so we’ve created this free guide to get you started
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The widespread closure of visitor facing sites (such as museums, parks and gardens, historic buildings), together with disruptions to conservation activity as a result of coronavirus, has accelerated the need for the sector to adopt a digital mindset and build digital into the foundation of your organisation.
One aspect of becoming more digital is understanding the technology available to support your organisation. Whether you’re an established museum, private historic garden, or a small community history society with a limited budget, digital technology is key to providing new experiences for audiences and thriving in an environment where resources are tight and competition for attention is high.
We’ve created this free guide to help your organisation get started with digital in the heritage sector and start to harness the power of technology. In the guide, you can expect to learn more about:
Download the free guide ’A beginners guide to digital technology for the heritage sector’ below: