OpenCulture Conference 2014

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The annual OpenCulture conference hosted by Collections Trust will take place from 25-26 June 2014 at the Kia Oval, London.

> Inspirational keynote addresses
> Insightful practical seminars
> Knowledge sharing, CPD and networking
> Major exhibition of leading suppliers

OpenCulture_stack_negative.jpgThis year’s conference will explore how museums, galleries, libraries and archives can ensure they are putting their collections to work so that they can deliver impact, value and sustainability for their organisations. The programme will look at how to promote effective Collections Management, lead change and innovation, focus on core values and look outward to build new partnerships. There will also be sessions dedicated to Informatics Skills and Digital Skills.

Book now at www.openculture2014.org.uk

 

 

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