For museums to be able to take full advantage of everything digital can offer, they must first understand how and where digital sits within their organisation.
The Digital Culture Compass is a powerful tool which can help a museum to evaluate how digital relates to their organisation. However the toolkit can be daunting to use, particularly for smaller museums.
In this three part online course you’ll will be guided through using parts of the Digital Culture Compass, to complete an assessment of some of your museum’s digital activities. After you’ll have the confidence, tools and resources needed to complete the full toolkit within your own organisation.
With a small group of up to 16 delegates from eight museums there will be plenty of time for discussions and active learning. There will be some short self-led workshop exercises in between the sessions.
Thursday 21 October, 10am-12noon
Thursday 4 November, 10am-12noon
Thursday 11 November, 10am-12noon
Who should attend?
Two members of staff from each participating museum should attend to ensure that they are able to enact and embed change more effectively within their organisation:
- A senior leader (eg chief executive, director, trustee or senior manager)
- A member of staff or volunteer involved in the digital activities of the museum
By the end of this course you will have:
- A full grasp of how to use the Digital Culture Compass
- A fuller understanding and overview of some of your organisation’s digital activities
- Plans, guides and resources on using the Digital Culture Compass as a strategic exercise within your own organisation and teams
- Practical next steps to implement within your organisation
- An area of focus to begin assessing and improving your digital activities
- Signposting to free online resources to support you going forward
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