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ACE

If your trying to get to grips with new ways of working get in touch ACE Digital Tech Champions.  Tech Champions are on hand to provide you and your team with one-to-one support.  They can offer you assistance in:

  • working and collaborating remotely
  • keeping up engagement with your audiences
  • strategies for generating income through online retail and donations
  • maximising your website offer

Find out more and get in touch here


Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance

CHWA have put together Coronavirus resources for practitioners and organisations which can be found here

These include:

  • Links to the AMA’s free online events in response to COVID-19
  • Voluntary Arts #CreativeNetwork – an online get together of people involved in arts, culture & creativity to chat through these challenging times and make connections
  • Eventbrite’s new resource  ‘how to host an online event’

Disability Cooperative Network (DCN)

DCN have advice and guidance on how to be more accessible on social media: Twitter, Snapchat, Vimeo which can be viewed here

Other tips include:

  • Ensure any tweets with images of statements also include a direct link to your web pages.  Images can not be read via screen readers to your visitors
  • Ensure any films produced by you about your organisation are captioned for people who are hard of hearing, D/deaf and have sensory processing difficulties.  Advice on this can be found from StageTEXT here

East Midlands Museum Development

There is also useful information on the East Midlands Museum Development team’s website where they have pulled together some useful information on remote volunteering, digital equipment and communication and can be found here


MCN

MCN have produced the Ultimate Guide to Virtual Museum Resources, E-Learning, and Online Collections. Find out more here

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