by Julian Hartley, Dim Sum Digital Mental health is suffering due to the social and economic impact of covid-19. This insight charts how data driven public engagement can help museums protect mental wellness in the hardest hit areas. With COVID-19 […]
“Equity, Empathy, and Ethics in Digital Heritage Practice and Research” is a joint project between the Institute for Cultural Practices and the School fo Social Sciences (University of Manchester), the iSchool, Faculty of Information (University of Toronto), The Manchester Museum, The Whitworth and the Museums and Heritage Services of the City of Toronto. It is funded by the Manchester-Toronto Research Fund.